Starting Treatment For Multiple Cavities

There are times when patients need to worry about more than one oral health issue. One cavity is reason enough for concern, but we sometimes need to deal with decay that affects several teeth. This is more likely to happen if you take a longer break from routine dental services, where your dentist can look out for cavities that are still earlier in development. Our Seattle, WA dentist's office can work with you on treating all of your cavities if you need to worry about restorative work for several teeth. We can identify which cavities require the most urgent treatment, and we can work out plans to make sure all of your teeth are fully restored without changing your smile.

A Break In Dental Exams Can Lead To More Oral Health Problems

If you have a good daily routine in place, you can lower your risk for problems that will require restorative dental work. With that said, you can have more issues with oral health problems if you go without regular dental visits. A break in preventive care can mean missing important updates about your well-being, which can lead to the formation of several cavities. If this happens, you will need to plan multiple treatments, and you may need to undergo different approaches to care.

Fully Evaluating Your Treatment Needs

In addition to identifying cavities, your dentist will evaluate your teeth to determine how serious your issues with decay have become. For the most advanced cavities, it may be necessary for us to provide root canal therapy as well as dental crowns. Decay that we catch sooner can be resolved through the placement of dental fillings. We can make the treatment of your most advanced cavities the priority - by doing so, we can prevent further complications that put you at risk for tooth loss!

Will My Smile Look Different After Cavity Treatment?

We use dental fillings and dental crowns that can imitate healthy enamel. Because of this, we can take care of your smile without changing your appearance. This can be a relief when you need to have several teeth treated, and whenever you have problems with teeth that are more prominent when you smile and speak.

Talk To Your Seattle, WA Dentist About Cavity Treatment

Cavities can be avoided with the right approach to daily and professional preventive care. With that said, many people - even those who have good habits in place - can experience problems in time. If this happens, Ballard Neighborhood Dentist is here to help. Through the right treatment, we can put problems with decay behind you without changing the way you look! To find out more about how we can support your oral health, please call our Seattle, WA dentist's office at 206-789-2555.

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