Cosmetic And Restorative Dentistry
San Ramon Cosmetic Dentist Helps Fight Bad Breath
As a cosmetic dentist in San Ramon, Dr. Kachalia wants to ensure that no patient is unhappy with their smile. Things happen, and sometimes we need to consider cosmetic dentistry and our options.
Tooth decay, dental emergencies, and toothaches often make people think they are going to need to have their tooth extracted. Thanks to restorative and cosmetic dentistry, however, people not only get to keep their natural tooth in many situations, but their teeth are restored to appear aesthetically attractive and function better than ever!
If your tooth is starting to decay, it is important to contact your San Ramon dentist immediately. Dr. Kachalia can help to restore the tooth and prevent the decay from spreading. Depending on the oral issue, there are many different treatment options to choose from.
Veneers: This is typically used to improve the look of the frontal teeth. They cosmetically alter the shape, color, and length of the teeth. They are a great solution for many problems, and best of all, they appear natural and beautiful!
Dental Crowns: Dental crowns are typically made of a porcelain material, and they are caps that are custom shaped to cover a tooth (or teeth). Crowns are often used to improve the size and shape of teeth, as well as to strengthen them and improve the overall appearance.
Dental Bridges: Dental bridges are often used to fill gaps and missing teeth. They involve using dental crowns as anchors for a natural-looking false tooth.
Dental Implants: Dental implants are used to replace the roots of a tooth. They consist of a post-shaped metal structure that is fitted into the bone socket of a missing tooth. Dental crowns are then used to cover the implant, restoring a tooth back to its original look and function.
To learn more about the cosmetic and restorative dental options offered by your cosmetic dentist in San Ramon, click here. Call (925) 804-6440 to schedule an appointment for your restorative and cosmetic dentistry needs.