Though we aren’t all blessed with a perfect set of teeth from birth, for the most part, nature has us set up for success when it comes to being able to chew our food, talk, and smile brightly at people. When nature betrays us, and we’re born with dental issues, turning to a dentist that specializes in cosmetic and restorative procedures…
Though we aren’t all blessed with a perfect set of teeth from birth, for the most part, nature has us set up for success when it comes to being able to chew our food, talk, and smile brightly at people. When nature betrays us, and we’re born with dental issues, turning to a dentist that specializes in cosmetic and restorative procedures can be just what you need to make your mouth the way nature intended it. The same thing goes for teeth that succumb to damage due to injury or poor oral hygiene. Your Knoxville dentist, Dr. Jim Erpenbach, explains how you can replicate nature with the help of a good dentist.
Restorative Dental Procedures
Have you let cavities get the better of you? Do you have severe gum disease that has led to missing teeth? Trying to go through life with these dental issues is no picnic. Thankfully, there are restorative procedures that can solve a variety of problems with your teeth. If decay has gotten out of control, tooth-colored crowns might be a solution if your decay has gone into the roots, or a tooth has been severely broken. Bridges, dentures, partials, and dental implants can turn a mouth full of missing teeth into a mouth that makes you want to smile at everyone you see.
Cosmetic Dental Procedures
Are your teeth gapped or just slightly crooked, but enough to bother you? Are your teeth so dull and yellow that whitening treatments don’t seem to take? Are you an athlete that has succumb to chips, cracks, and breaks in your teeth as a result of a high impact sport? Cosmetic procedures can help. Professional teeth whitening might give you the brightening boost you’re after. If not, porcelain veneers can not only give you a white smile, but can smooth over cracks and cover up small chips. If your teeth are crooked, you may be a perfect candidate for Clear Correctinvisible braces, providing you with orthodontic teeth straightening, minus the mouth full of metal.
Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry in Knoxville
Your dental needs may be few or many, but if you are wanting to start 2013 with a bright, confident smile, contact Dr. Erpenbach for a consultation. You can call 865-329-7815 to schedule an appointment at our 37919 dentist office. We welcome patients from Knoxville and the greater metropolitan area.