Preventive Dentistry is the practice of maintaining the health of the mouth, teeth and gums. At Capital Dentistry we strive to ensure that our patients maintain optimal oral health to help prevent cavities, gum disease, enamel wear and more. some aspects of preventive dentistry include 6 month check ups, sealants, Fluoride applications and more.
Dentures are removable prosthodontics devices that are used to replace missing teeth. They can be made of acrylic, or metal and acrylic material.
Dental sealants are a dental treatment intended to prevent tooth decay. It is a relatively quick and absolutely painless process that involves application of a thin layer of sealant on top of the deep grooves of teeth. it is mostly used in children and adolescents to prevent against tooth decay in developing permanent teeth
Fluoride applications helpt to strengthen the tooth enamel and stop the decay process in cases where good oral hygiene routines are followed.
Crowns are fixed prosthodontics devices that are permanently cemented onto existing teeth or implants. Crowns are used to cover a damaged or broken tooth.
Bridges are fixed prosthodontics devices that are permanently cemented onto existing teeth or implants. Bridges are used to fill in space or spaces if you are missing one or more teeth.
Dental implants involve a surgical replacement of tooth roots. They are mostly made of titanium and are placed into the jaw bone and allowed to integrate with the bone over a few months, serving as a replacement for a tooth root. Crowns can then be placed on top of implants to fill in gaps of […]
Caring for baby teeth is very important even though they will eventually fall out. Baby teeth not only help babies eat solid foods, but they are also important to your child’s ability to speak. Furthermore, they serve as space-maintainers for your child’s permanent teeth. If the baby teeth are damaged by tooth decay or have […]
Usually, after age 4, many children receive a set of x rays named bite-wings to check for decay in between teeth. As children begin to get their adult teeth around the age of 6, X-rays become more important as they help the dentist to see if all of the adult teeth are growing in the […]
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that a child should visit the dentist by his/her first birthday or by the time the first teeth come in. National studies have shown that cavities are increasing in-preschool-aged children. More than 1 in 4 children in the United States has had at least one cavity by the […]