Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Dental Root Canals Dentist Purcellville VA

Saving Hopeless Teeth
Teeth with roots that have been damaged or infected used to require extraction, which can cause a lot of problems and should be done as a last resort. When dental decay reaches the nerve of the tooth (or the tooth has become infected), a simple filling does not suffice. A root canal can save the tooth by removing the pulp of a tooth and replacing it with a filling material. Root canals of the past were quite painful and gained a reputation as something to be avoided. However, with today’s modern anesthetics and technology, we can perform root canals that are quite tolerable and often times even painless!

Dental Root Canal Dentist in Purcellville VA

Monday, September 20, 2010

Smile Makeover Dentist Purcellville VA

‘Smile Makeovers’ in as Little as Two Visits!
If you have misshapen teeth, unsightly gaps, or deep discoloration, our veneers may be the answer. Veneers are contact-lens thin and super translucent. These porcelain coverings fit over and are bonded to your teeth, look natural, and are made from the most advanced dental ceramic available. Since these are so thin, little to no tooth reduction is necessary. Often times you won’t even need a shot

Visit us at PurcellvilleDental.com to learn more about our dental treatment services in Purcellville VA.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

White dental fillings Purcellville VA

No Mercury! No Metals! No Kidding!
For years, the silver-mercury amalgam was the standard filling material used in dental practices, and many practices still use it. While they are a reasonable restoration, amalgams have certain shortcomings. Metal does not bond well to teeth, so decay can and does eventually leak into the tooth. But the biggest reason many of our patients are choosing the white bonded fillings has to do with the way they look. Many people just don’t want an ugly black plug in their teeth. We offer modern, state-of-the-art restorations that are a natural-looking white, contain no metals, and can actually strengthen your teeth. They also bond very tightly with the healthy part of the tooth so there is much less chance of decay in the future.

Visit our main web site to learn more about our white dental fillings!