Do you have some bad teeth issues? If so, you might have been wondering how to fix them. Here we are going to give you a few excellent options for fixing bad teeth.
Braces or Invisalign Clear Aligners
Braces and Invisalign aligners will both straighten crooked teeth. Braces use small metal brackets to straighten your teeth. They even have colorful options for kids.
There are also Invisalign clear aligners that can be used by kids and adults. These aligners do the same thing as braces without the metal brackets. Invisalign aligners are clear meaning they are less visible. These aligners also give you more flexibility because they can be removed while you eat. Your dentist will be able to go over both options, so you can decide which one is right for you.
Dental implants are designed to replace missing teeth. Implants look, feel, and function just like real teeth, and they are a permanent solution. The dentist will take the implants and position them firmly in or above your jawbone. Then, the implants are covered with crowns that look like real teeth. You can care for your implants just like you would your natural teeth. There are two different types of implants and your dentist will inform you which type will work with your situation.
Crowns and Bridges
Crowns can be used for several types of dental issues. These are generally used when you have a tooth with a significant amount of tooth decay. Crowns will be used after the tooth’s root has been removed or your tooth has been removed, and you have opted for a dental implant.
Dental bridges can be used if you have one or more missing teeth. Unlike dental implants, dental bridges are supported by the teeth that are on either side of the problem tooth or teeth. Bridges will help prevent your remaining teeth from shifting. They will also make it easier for you to chew and talk, not to mention they will help improve your smile.
Bonding is a quick and easy solution for fixing chipped or broken teeth. Your dentist will apply a composite resin to the damaged tooth and shape that resin to make your tooth look like it did before the damage occurred. Bonding can also be used to reattach a piece of a broken tooth or to fill in chips or cracks.
If you want more information about what options you have for fixing any of your bad teeth, please Contact Tran Dental today. We will discuss your issues and help you decide which corrective procedure is right for you