The American Dental Association recommends visiting your dentist twice yearly for a routine check-up and cleaning. The frequency of dental visits can vary depending on an individual's oral health needs. Your dentist may recommend more or less frequent visits based on your specific situation. Our dentist might want to see you more frequently if you have a history of cavities or gum disease.
Several types of tooth filings are available to seal a dental cavity and prevent further decay, including-
Our dentist can recommend the best option for you depending on the cavity size, location, and budget.
There are several signs that you may have a cavity, including:
It's important to note that sometimes cavities don't show any symptoms in their early stages, so having regular check-ups with your dentist is essential.
Treatment options for toothache vary depending on the cause of the pain. Some of the most common treatment options include-
The recovery time for a dental implant varies depending on the patient and the specific type of implant procedure. It can be from 3 to 6 months for the implant to heal and integrate with your jawbone. You must refrain from hard foods and maintain good oral hygiene during healing. After the implant heals and the replacement tooth is placed, you can enjoy the full function of your new tooth.
You should schedule a dental cleaning and examination once every six months or twice a year. The frequency of dental cleanings and examinations can vary depending on your oral health needs. Our dentist may recommend more or less frequent dental cleanings and examinations depending on your dental history. It's important to follow your dentist's recommendations and to schedule regular cleanings for good oral health.
Several situations might qualify as dental emergencies necessitating emergency dental treatment:
If you are experiencing the symptoms mentioned above, it is important to seek emergency dental treatment.