How to Conceal or Replace my Damaged Tooth?

How to Conceal or Replace my Damaged Tooth?

Posted by DESERT MOUNTAIN DENTAL on Apr 28 2022, 01:21 PM

A damaged tooth can be an embarrassing factor for most people. It makes people conscious of their smiles. Advanced dental technology has come to rescue the people who prefer to conceal, replace or treat their damaged teeth. Listed below are major dental treatments offered to patients to obtain a smile transformation. 

Dental bonding

Dental bonding is a cosmetic procedure that uses a composite material to mask dental imperfections. The bonding material is applied to the tooth, sculpted, and hardened into place. 


Veneers are thin shells of porcelain that go over the front of a tooth. They are bonded to the front of the tooth to cover stains, cracks, chips, and gaps. They are also used to straighten teeth.

Dental crowns

When combined with dental implants, dental crowns are one of the most durable ways to conceal a damaged or stained tooth. A crown completely wraps around your tooth, covering up any imperfections. Your crown can last up to 15-20 years with proper care.

Dental implants

Dental implants look like natural teeth and function like natural teeth. They can replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or even a whole row of teeth. The implants themselves are small titanium posts that are surgically placed into the jawbone, where they act as an anchor for artificial teeth.

Orthodontics (braces)

Orthodontics, more commonly referred to as braces, are devices used to straighten crooked teeth. Braces consist of brackets, wires, and bands. Brackets are the bonded parts affixed to the teeth, and the wires and bands are inserted into slots on the brackets. The wires apply pressure to move the teeth into place, and the bands hold the brackets in place.

Orthodontics treatment is usually completed within 12 to 24 months. Braces are worn for most of the day and are adjusted every four to six weeks. A retainer may need to be worn overnight when orthodontic treatment is complete, although many patients are instructed to wear retainers only at night.

Visit Desert Mountain Dental, located in Tucson, AZ 85719, to know more. Call at (520) 324-0100 and schedule an appointment today. 

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