Have you just chipped a tooth? Do you have tooth wear or dental erosion? Dr. Suman Chibb and the team at Owings Mills Dental Care offer dental care to repair their patient’s smiles. As a general dentist, Dr. Chibb works with patients to treat their current dental concerns as well as prevent future oral health problems. With her dental team, Dr. Chibb treats patients with tooth damage in Owings Mills, MD. Damaged or worn teeth can create an uneven bite, discolor the enamel, and even lead to further damage. Contact a dental professional to stop further oral health problems and restore your smile.
Treating Tooth Damage in Owings Mills
We offer a variety of solutions for patients who want to prevent further tooth damage and cover dental injuries:
Dental bonding is an efficient way to treat chips, cracks, wear, and other enamel damage. The bonding material is made of composite resin that we shape and sculpt onto prepared teeth. Then, once the material is the correct color and shape, we cure it with a special light. Tooth bonding is best for patients with small cosmetic imperfections like chips or tooth wear in one or several teeth. Additionally, we can complete bonding treatment in just one treatment for quick yet high-quality care.
Similar to dental bonding treatment, veneers cover tooth damage for a brighter, more even smile. Dental veneers are porcelain ceramic shells that we bond to the front of the enamel. Veneers may be used to address each tooth in your smile line, or the teeth that are visible when you smile. Dental veneers may be more costly than bonding treatment, but they offer longer-lasting results.
Tooth crowns are caps that fully cover teeth. Patients with molar damage, extensive tooth fracture, or wear benefit from crowns. Compared to traditional crowns, porcelain ceramic crowns are a much more natural-looking option. Porcelain ceramic crowns not only protect and strengthen damaged teeth but also brighten the smile. We customize each crown to match the shade of your smile. Our dentists can also use crowns to create a more even bite.
Patients who grind and clench their teeth benefit from a nightguard. Similar to a mouthguard, patients wear a nightguard to protect their teeth. Many patients with temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD) clench and grind their teeth unconsciously. Wearing a nightguard during sleep prevents teeth clenching and grinding. In addition, nightguards prevent further wear or damage to the teeth and jaw. Not treating bruxism, or teeth clenching and grinding, can lead to further dental damage as well as chronic headaches and jaw pain.
Repair Your Smile Today
Do you want to treat worn or injured teeth? Request a dental consultation with Dr. Chibb on our website. You may also call Owings Mills Dental Care for treatment at 410-314-9546. If you have a current dental concern or have questions about your options for your damaged teeth, let us know. We look forward to helping you at your next dental visit.