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At Fort Dental Hospital our dentist team IS dedicated FOR providing the most thorough and advanced dentistry care available in the most relaxing environment possible.
Preventing cavities and promoting good oral hygiene should start early on in life. Taking great care of your child’s teeth now sets them up for great oral health in the future.At Fort dental hospital dentist and staff are experienced in pediatric dentistry. Babies and children have specific dental needs and our professional staff is trained to provide the care they need. It’s never too early to have great oral health.
Smile, it’s a great thing to do! With the advanced techniques in cosmetic dentistry that are offered at FORT Dental HOSPITAL, we are sure to give you something to smile about. Our team has helped many of our patients correct gaps, chips, stains and missing teeth with cosmetic procedures and treatments. AT FORT DENTAL HOSPITAL we will be happy to outline your personalised cosmetic dentistry treatment plan and explain all your options. Take the first step towards enhancing your smile and schedule your cosmetic dentistry exam today…
Available Cosmetic Procedures:
- Porcelain Veneers
- Tooth Whitening
- Dental Crowns
- Dental Bridges
- Dental Implants
- Cosmetic Dental Bonding
- Full Smile Makeover
Invisalign is a great option for patients looking to straighten their teeth without visible metal braces. Invisalign is a gradual method of straightening the teeth using a series of custom-made aligners.DENTIST AT FORT DENTAL HOSPITAL ARE experienced in Invisalign and will determine what is the best method to straighten your teeth. Contact us to make an appointment and we’ll be happy to explain the benefits of Invisalign and to determine whether Invisalign is the best form of straightening teeth for you.
The x-ray is an essential part of a routine dental examination, as it gives the dentist a look at the tooth structure beneath the gum line as well as the jaw bone structure. While the x-ray has long been a part of the dental examination, recent advances in technology have allowed for increased use of the digital x-ray. Benefits of the digital x-ray over traditional film x-rays include:
With digital x-rays, the dentist is able to project a panoramic image of the patient’s entire mouth onto a monitor located in the treatment room. This allows the patient to see exactly what the dentist sees, which is beneficial in explaining issues and prospective procedures and allows the patient to feel as though he or she is part of the treatment discussion.
Digital x-rays expose patients to up to 90 percent less radiation than traditional (film) x-rays.
Since digital x-rays require no chemical fixers or developers, they are much more environmentally friendly than traditional film x-rays.
Digital x-rays produce images that are much clearer and more comprehensive than those created by traditional film x-rays.
Because digital x-rays are instantly displayed on a computer screen rather than printed onto films which need to be viewed against light, the dentist is able to instantly read the x-rays. Furthermore, the dentist is able to alter images by zooming in, enlarging, or highlighting certain areas of the picture to more clearly see potential problems and to explain them to the patient.
ROOT CANAL TREATMENT
Though the term, “root canal” can strike fear into the hearts of many, root canal therapy is actually a common dental treatment for saving an abscessed tooth.
Why would I need a root canal?
The hard outer layers of a tooth are designed to protect the soft center, which is full of nerves and blood vessels. These nerves and blood vessels run through thin tunnels, or canals, through the roots of the tooth, to the gums. If decay or trauma breaks through the hard layers of the tooth, the inner layer can get infected, creating a painful condition called an abscessed tooth. To prevent the spread of this infection to your gums and the rest of your mouth, you have two choices – pull the tooth, or have root canal therapy. Root canal therapy is preferable because it cleans out the infected part of the tooth, but saves much of rest of the natural tooth.
What is a “root canal” procedure like?
Root canal therapy is really not much more complicated than getting a filling. Some procedures are done right in your dentist’s office, and others are handled by a specialist dentist, called an endodontist.
First your dentist will get you numb, with an anesthetic, to keep you comfortable during the procedure. Using special tools, your dentist will create an opening in the top of the tooth, and then remove all the soft tissue from the middle of the tooth and canals down through the roots. These empty spaces are then filled with a substance that disinfects the area and acts as filler. Your dentist may permanently seal the tooth immediately, or may wait one week to make sure the infection has been eliminated.
In most cases where a tooth needed root canal therapy, the visible part of the tooth above the gumline also has extensive damage. In this case, to completely restore the look and function of the tooth, your dentist will probably shape the tooth and fit it with an artificial cap, called a crown.
When a tooth is damaged beyond what fillings, dental bonding, or porcelain veneers can repair, a dental crown, also known as a dental cap, is often the best remedy. A dental crown, which often follows the removal of infected tooth pulp through a root canal, is a cap that fits over the entire surface of a damaged tooth, offering both cosmetic and restorative benefits.
Like veneers, dental crowns are often crafted from tooth-colored porcelain. However, while a veneer is applied only to the front surface of a tooth, a crown fits over the entire tooth. The dental crown process is typically completed in two visits to the cosmetic or restorative dentist’s office. During the first visit, the dentist will ensure that all infected material is removed from the tooth. He or she then prepares the surface of the tooth to make room for the crown. Next, the dentist will take an impression of the damaged tooth, which will be sent to a dental laboratory where the dental crown will be crafted. As a final step to this visit, the dentist will fit the affected tooth with a temporary crown.
Once the customized crown returns from the dental lab, the patient returns to the dentist’s office to have the crown permanently affixed to the damaged tooth. At this time, the dentist will also make minor adjustments to ensure that the crown lends the most optimal support to the tooth and closely matches surrounding teeth.
In addition to lending support and restoring functionality to a severely damaged tooth, a dental crown may also be used to anchor a dental bridge or as a replacement tooth atop a dental implant post.
If a patient is missing one or more teeth but is not necessarily a good candidate for dentures or dental implants, he or she may be fitted with a dental bridge. A bridge is an artificial tooth that is held in place by a dental crown on either side of the gap created by the missing tooth.
Dental implants are the modern alternative for permanent tooth replacement. Using implants, your dentist can actually create replacement teeth which look and function just like your natural teeth. They an incredible solution for anyone who needs to replace one tooth, several teeth, or even all their teeth!
Missing teeth or a poorly fitting and uncomfortable denture can hurt your confidence and make life difficult in a number of ways. If you suffer from tooth loss or denture problems, it’s hard to enjoy some of the little things in life, and some of the big things too. Does any of this sound familiar?
You have trouble eating some foods – good foods that you really enjoy, like salad and steak.
You worry about the way your teeth look, so you don’t laugh and smile as much, even at important events, like parties and weddings.
Your poorly fitting denture makes you second guess everything you do with your mouth, from eating, to laughing, smiling, or even talking. You always worry that the denture will slip or come loose.
Your denture is so uncomfortable, and even painful, that you only wear it when you absolutely have to.
In the past, there were limited options when you lost a tooth, and these options each have drawbacks (see: Why choose implants to replace teeth?) Now, dental implants can help you solve all these problems, permanently, and without the drawbacks. Ask US about all the options available with dental implants, and start enjoying life again!