Solutions for general problems, illnesses, and severe medical conditions the teeth, gums, and jaw include diagnostic, treatment techniques, and maintenance, are all part of the General Dentistry paradigm. Preventing and caring for your gums and recognizing and treating problems before they become painful and costly help maintain good oral health.
If a problem is discovered, your dentist will ensure that you receive prompt and suitable treatment. The removal of tooth decay and placement of a filling in the afflicted tooth is perhaps the most common (and highly effective) dental restoration. However, that isn't the sole restorative service offered by general dentists. They provide a location to go if you have a dental emergency, such as a fractured, dislocated, or knocked-out tooth.
The reasons for toothache and periodontal gum disease can be diagnosed and treated by general dentists. They could also restore missing teeth, install crowns or partial dentures, and assist you in getting dentures placed. Some dentists also offer more complex procedures like root canal therapy, Invisalign, and dental implants.
These aid in maintaining good oral health by preventing the disease from taking hold in your mouth. A fundamental of prevention is regular exams (containing diagnostic imaging and x-rays) and expert dental cleanings. Your general dentist may provide you with specific advice to help you improve your dental hygiene at home, as well as recommend preventive procedures like sealants if necessary. In addition, if you live an active and healthy lifestyle, your orthodontist could fit you with a made-to-order mouthguard.
With many aesthetic dental procedures, most general dentists will offer patients the dazzling smile they have always desired. Teeth whitening, cosmetic bonding, and even porcelain veneers are among them. If you want a brighter smile, speak with your general dentist about something like a smile makeover.
Some dental problems reflect problems in other parts of your body and vice versa. Your oral health is an indicator of your overall health in many ways. Untreated oral infections, for example, can result in poor diabetic control, an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, and pregnancy difficulties. General dentists are educated to recognize these and other disorders and, if necessary, provide treatment or refer patients to specialists.
Get complete general dentistry services from Belmont Dental Associates by Robert W. Bury and Taylor Bury at York, PA, and say goodbye to your dental problems. For more details and appointments, call us at (717) 848-1463, book online, or visit us at 3210 E Market Street, York, PA 17402.
3210 E Market St, York, PA 17402
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Phone: (717) 848-1463