Solution: Make an appointment for a dental checkup at the clinic. That way we can determine the source of pain and we can eliminate it at best. N.B. If the pain is unbearable, remember that it’s possible to get an emergency examination as soon as possible.
Solution: Following an assessment of your needs by a dentist, we will be able to explain your options for you to make an informed choice. There are removable apparatus (e.g. conventional prostheses) that allow you to remove and clean the device at your leisure, and there are fixed pieces that are permanent in the mouth. Among the stationary solutions is the bridge anchored to adjacent teeth, and there is the implant which is an artificial root inserted in the bone under the gums. In some situations, orthodontic treatments could also be a solution.
Solution: If you wish to change the color of your teeth, a simple teeth whitening could solve your problem. If the shape of your teeth bother you, there are more reversible solutions than others. The addition of white filling could help with the shape of your tooth, while inserting veneers or porcelain crowns are much greater alterations.
Solution: Orthodontic treatments are without a doubt most beneficial in this situation.
Solutions: Prostheses supported by dental implants could improve your situation. Ask the dentist about teeth implants.
Solution: While there may be no pain with partial eruption of wisdom teeth, know that these can be time bombs. Indeed, they are more susceptible to tooth decay and often lead to gum problems, which in turn can bring unwanted infections. The best time to remove wisdom teeth is at under 30 years old.
Solution: This may be due to a crack or a fracture in your tooth. Take an appointment as soon as possible and let the dentist explain your options before it’s too late and the tooth be unrecoverable.
Solution: You feel this pain especially in the morning or during stressful events of the day. It is possible that you clench teeth without realizing it. There are solutions to prevent a deterioration of your teeth caused by a great force applied consistently to the masticatory apparatus, ask the dentist about it.
Solution: Sleep apnea (breathing stops during sleep) is a major health problem with direct implications on overall health. Make an appointment with Dr. David Côté so he can recommend a sleep study. Subsequently, he will explain treatment options for you, if necessary.