Are you having a hard time enjoying meals, lately, because of dental discomfort? Have you noticed deep discoloration on some of your teeth, like grey lines along their crevices? If so, these could be warning signs of dental decay like cavities. You could even be struggling with teeth that have become infected. The good news is that restorative treatment makes it possible to address most dental issues quickly, and to restore comfort and confidence, as well. So if you think you could have a dental issue, it’s time to schedule a visit with your restorative dentist.
Do You Know the Symptoms of Dental Problems?
While not all patients will experience the same symptoms of dental problems, many people do notice warning signs of issues like cavities. Discoloration, for instance, can be indication that parts of the enamel have eroded away. Heightened sensitivity can be another indicator of enamel damage. Discomfort is generally a sign of dental problems, as well, and one that should not be ignored.
The best way to prevent worsening issues related to the teeth, is to see the dentist regularly for checkups and cleanings. It’s also important to schedule a consultation if you suspect you could have a dental problem, since prompt treatment is key to restoring the health and saving fragile or damaged teeth.
Don’t Ignore Warning Signs or Delay Treatment
Prompt restorative treatment is necessary, because teeth are strong but unable to repair themselves. So, when they become damaged or fragile due to acidic erosion or trauma, they will only progressively get worse without treatment. The great news is that modern dental restorations like tooth-colored fillings and porcelain crowns are designed to be both natural-looking and comfortable, so patients can continue to smile proudly even after restorative treatment.
In Need of Restorative Treatment?
If you suspect you could need restorative treatment, call Stephens and Gatewood Dentistry on Cypresswood Drive at 281-320-2000 to schedule an appointment. Located in Spring, TX, we also proudly serve the residents of Houston, The Woodlands, Tomball, Cypress, and all surrounding communities.