Replace your broken or missing Tooth

April 26, 2022 - toothbar - 0 comments Replace your broken or missing Tooth

The problem of broken or missing teeth is a common one. A missing tooth or a broken tooth can cause plenty of problems, as it has done for more than 36 million Americans. The American College of Prosthodontists estimates more than 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. In addition, around 15% of the population uses dentures.

When you have been affected by a missing or broken tooth, you can rely on the experts at Toothbar in Austin for restorative dentistry. There are many reasons why the number of broken and missing teeth is growing. A rise in the number of those affected is expected over the next two decades. The dentists at Toothbar understand the feelings of patients who are affected by damaged teeth.

There are many reasons why patients in Austin are affected by missing teeth. Included in these reasons are sports injuries and car wrecks. Our diet can negatively impact our oral health, according to the American Association of Endodontists. Chewing ice, hard candies, and nuts can damage our teeth. A large cavity can result in damaged and lost teeth leading to mental health problems.

At Toothbar, we understand the use of implants and bridges can have a positive impact on your mental health. A broken tooth can cause you to limit your smile and laugh less than you may like. Instead of enjoying a happy and carefree life, you will feel self-conscious and not want to live life to its fullest. Our Austin restorative dentists can return your smile to being straight and happy. Cosmetic bonding can return you to a beautiful smile that allows you to feel confident in yourself.

There are plenty of types of broken and missing teeth, including craze lines. These small cracks in the outer enamel of your teeth do not require treatment, but you can feel self-conscious. Our Austin cosmetic dental office in the downtown area can help you feel better about your smile when you have a fractured cusp stemming from a dental filling. Other types of broken teeth include split teeth and a vertical root fracture.

You can be unaware of the problems with your missing tooth until you bite into food. Pain can be felt in your broken teeth when you eat or drink hot and cold items. Here at Toothbar, we will help you restore your teeth into a beautiful smile through a range of options. Cosmetic bonding is an option, with the resin used to plug the gap in your tooth. A crown or veneer can also be used to repair problems with some broken teeth; a root canal is sometimes needed to repair damage caused by long-term oral health problems. Contact us today for more details.

Dr. Kimberley Barclay

Co-founder and owner Dr. Kimberley Barclay is actively involved in local and national dental societies, including the Capital Area Dental Society and Spear Education courses on cosmetic dentistry. She is also a member of the Seattle Study Club, one of the most advanced education groups for dental professionals.

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This content was fact-checked by Dr. Kimberley Barclay and Dr. Lauren Jacobsen following editorial guidelines. Dr. Kimberley Barclay is actively involved in local and national dental societies, including the Capital Area Dental Society and Spear Education courses on Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Lauren Jacobsen is an active member of the dental community and engages in further education and training through membership with a local chapter of the Seattle Study Club and Spear Education courses.

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Our team is ready to book your appointment. The proper Dental Care can make the difference in years to come. We don't just improve the aesthetics of your smile, we make sure your dental health is set for the long run.

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