For a missing teeth, a bridge may cover the gap. As bridges are cemented into place permanently, they are not removable like dentures.
Our crowns and bridges are made of porcelain or zirconia, and carefully color-matched to your teeth to ensure a natural appearance.
Trauma – damage is sometimes be caused by blunt force trauma to the mouth. Immediate action must be taken. Dr. Juarez is trained to handle such injuries, and has on several occasions saved the tooth of a child coming straight from the playground or an athlete coming directly from the field of play.
Tip – Did you know that if a tooth is knocked out, you should preserve it by putting it in a glass of milk on the way to the dentist?
Dr. Juarez makes every effort to save your teeth. If one must be extracted, our staff will discuss options for replacing the tooth. Of course, extractions are done with the most gentle technique possible.
Missing teeth can cause one’s facial appearance to change, remaining teeth to shift, and even affect speech. When food cannot be chewed properly, it can cause damage to the gums and digestive system. Dentures restore your smile & ability to chew, and support your lips and cheeks, helping you to speak more clearly.
An initial exam is needed to determine treatment options. Call us today at 626-289-9075 to schedule an appointment and get started.
The implant is a permanent replacement for your missing tooth, and should last a lifetime. By replacing missing teeth we can help you toward a confident, long-lasting smile. The replacement will look and function like a natural, healthy tooth.
Some patients may experience tooth sensitivity following a whitening treatment. If that occurs, we eliminate the problem quickly & easily in our office.
If you have a cavity or unattractive silver fillings, schedule a consultation today.
In some cases veneers can even reduce jaw pain and wear by aligning a previously uneven bite.