Common Oral Health Ailments and Treatments

October 18, 2023 - toothbar - 0 comments
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Common Oral Health Ailments and Treatments

Let’s talk about different types of dentistry. The most common type is preventative, which includes cleanings and possible tooth extraction. This type of preventative care is critical to your physical health and well-being. Our office provides all of these basic dental services and more, with the latest technology and caring, certified dentists. It’s natural to feel fearful of dentistry, whether you’ve had a bad experience in the past or feel your needs have not been met. That’s why we’ve made it our personal mission to help you feel comfortable and work with you for your dental care.

It’s true that preventative care can be difficult to obtain, due to lack of insurance or distance from dental health providers. Pain and swelling from untreated cavities, periodontal disease, or impaction can make your life miserable. If you’re experiencing these symptoms, we invite you to come in and talk with us about possible treatments that may help. Toothbar offers a wide range of restorative services, including crowns, bridges, fillings, dentures, implants, and even wisdom tooth removal.

Even when your teeth and gums are healthy, you may feel self-conscious about chips, cracks, or crooked teeth. Your smile is often the first thing other people notice, and common issues like these can be embarrassing and cause difficulties with chewing or biting. We offer traditional orthodontic care, and newer methods like Invisalign, teeth whitening, bonding, and botox to address these issues. Our goal is to help you improve your smile to the best of our ability and give you the confidence you deserve.


Why Try Toothbar?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, almost 100% of adults have had a cavity at some point in their lives. 25% of that number have cavities that have not been treated by a dentist. Periodontal disease, or the swelling of the gums, is almost as common, with 40% of adults experiencing some form of gum disease after the age of 30.

The Texas Oral Health Coalition explains that in Texas alone, only about 60% of adults have recently visited the dentist. The good news is that your odds of finding a dentist or dental specialist near me are much higher in the downtown Austin region. The Texas Health Institute states that the Austin area has “the second highest supplies of…pediatric dentists, and specialized dentists in the state.” Our goal is to help you with a variety of oral health issues, whether cosmetic dentist, restorative, or preventative.

Contact Us

Here at Toothbar, we’ve helped several patients just like you meet their dental goals and brighten their smiles. Whatever your oral health needs, please feel free to contact us through our website or by phone at 512-949-8202. We’re ready to help your smile be the best that it can be.

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