Too many people needlessly cringe when they hear that they need a root canal. This treatment can actually provide huge benefits to your overall oral health without much of the pain people think of when they think of root canals. Keep reading to learn more about root canals and how they can help you maintain a healthy and natural smile:
Root canals are needed when decay or infection has spread all the way to the pulp of the tooth. This condition causes significant pain that makes it difficult to talk, to chew, or even to rest with your mouth closed. During a root canal, your dentist will remove the damaged pulp and cover the tooth with a new crown. This gets rid of the pain and allows you to keep your natural tooth.
Whether you have tooth pain or you want a whitening treatment, Glenwood Premier Dental is here to ensure that you get the best dental care in the area. We take advantage of top technology to help you improve the look and feel of your smile. Call (732) 847-9224 to learn more.
Crooked teeth can negatively affect your oral health and your confidence. Straightening your teeth with Invisalign offers many benefits that drastically improve the look and the feel of your smile. Keep reading to learn more about the advantages of Invisalign:
It Is Practically Invisible
Just as the name suggests, Invisalign aligners are clear, which makes them almost impossible to detect as they sit on your teeth. Unlike metal braces, Invisalign aligners improve your smile in a subtle way. This makes Invisalign the teeth-straightening treatment of choice for many adolescents and adults.
It Is Removable
Invisalign aligners are easy to remove, which means you can take them out as needed. Other teeth-straightening options are fixed onto the teeth throughout the duration of the treatment period. You can remove the aligners to eat so you do not have to give up your favorite foods while you straighten your teeth. You can also maintain your oral hygiene routine so your teeth are straight, clean, and healthy when you finish the treatment period.
It Is Effective
Invisalign is becoming more popular than ever because it offers an effective way to straighten the teeth and correct issues with spacing or crooked teeth. Your dentist will give you a thorough exam before you start your Invisalign treatment to see where your teeth are now and where they need to be. You will then get a custom set of aligners that are designed to shift your teeth into their correct position. Most people get a new set of aligners every two weeks until the teeth are in the proper position.
If you are ready to improve your smile, Glenwood Premier Dental can help. With an upcoming Invisalign Day on May 14th, our team is committed to helping our patients get straighter, more attractive teeth with this simple and convenient teeth-straightening option. Visit our website or call (732) 847-9224 to schedule a consultation for Invisalign aligners.
Spring is the time to refresh your smile, and there is no better way than with Invisalign. If you’ve been putting off straightening your smile now is your chance to have the straight, beautiful smile you deserve without anyone knowing you’re making a change. Call our office at (732) 264-4477 to take advantage of our ONE DAY SPECIAL, Thursday, May 14th, from 3-6 p.m.
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Getting Invisalign does much more than give you a more attractive smile. Crooked teeth can also have a negative impact on your oral health.
Issues like crowding, spacing, deep bites, open bites, cross bites, edge-to-edge bites, and excessive over jets can put too much pressure and stress on the teeth. This might lead to unnecessary wear and tear. It is much more difficult to clean crooked teeth. If you do not straighten them, you might be more susceptible to issues like tooth decay and periodontal disease. Learn more about the health benefits of straight teeth in this video.
At Glenwood Premier Dental , we believe that everyone should have a straight and beautiful smile. With dental services like Invisalign, we make it easy to improve your oral health. To learn more about our office, call (732) 847-9224.