At Trust Family Dental, we’re proud to provide specialty dental care known as endodontics that deals specifically with tooth pain, disease, and infection. Our staff has undergone specialty training that helps us diagnose and treat tooth pain, specifically the inside of your teeth. If your blood vessels, nerves, or connective tissues become inflamed or infected due to injury or decay, seeking professional care from our highly trained staff is your best course of action.
- Tooth Pain
- Bacterial Infections
- Tooth Injuries
- Chipped or Fractured Teeth
Our most common endodontic procedure is performing a root canal. This is where we remove any nerve or tooth pulp that has been damaged or infected. Our root canal procedures are all performed under local anesthesia. Your root canal will be enlarged, reshaped, and cleaned with the tooth opening then be filled with a temporary crown or filling.
With our attentive care and dedication to your total comfort, you can rest assured of maximum results with your root canal procedure. We truly care about the preservation and performance of your teeth.
Dental crowns are a specialty of our team at Trust Family Dental and are used for a variety of purposes. When you want to protect some weak teeth, restore a broken tooth, cover a tooth with a large filling, cover an implant, or make a cosmetic modification, a dental crown procedure can be beneficial for you.
Dental crowns are actually a tooth-shaped cap placed over a tooth to restore its shape, size, and strength or improve the tooth’s appearance. Depending on the condition of your teeth and the purpose of your crown, we can install dental crowns made from stainless steel, porcelain, resin, or ceramic.
If you have weak, chipped, or broken teeth, contact us at Trust Family Dental to determine if a dental crown is best for you.
If you have missing teeth in your mouth and want to bridge the gap that’s been created, an effective solution is our procedure of a dental bridge. At Trust Family Dental, we have the skills to fit you with a dental bridge made up of two or more crowns. Supported by your natural teeth, bridges utilize anchoring teeth with a false tooth in between made of gold, alloys, or porcelain.
- Restore your smile
- Restore the ability to properly chew and speak
- Maintain the shape of your face
- Distribute the forces in your bite properly by replacing missing teeth
- Prevent remaining teeth from drifting out of position
Dental bridges have been known to last 15 years or even longer. With proper hygiene and routine dental checkups, you can expect your bridge to last for many years.