Best Dentist McKinney
What causes tooth sensitivity?
There are many things that can cause sensitive teeth. Whitening, restorative treatments, and orthodontic treatments can all cause short-term sensitivity. If you have ongoing sensitivity, it can be caused by chipped or broken teeth, an exposed tooth nerve, wear, receding gums, and movement of fluid within the dentin of your tooth.
What can I do about sensitive teeth?
Let us know if you are experiencing sensitivity. We can screen for any serious underlying issues and advise on your best options for treating the discomfort.
What is cosmetic dentistry?
Cosmetic dentistry includes treatments that are designed to improve the appearance of your smile, in addition to improving your oral health and function.
What treatments will be offered to me?
Your cosmetic dental solution will be tailored to your unique smile, but may include cosmetic bonding, porcelain dental veneers, whitening, dental crowns, or other treatment options.
How do I know what treatment I should have?
Our expert doctor is trained and experienced in many cosmetic dental treatments. Before you make any decisions regarding your treatment plan, we will take time with you to discuss your goals and priorities, our recommendations, and your options.
How do I know if you are the right cosmetic dentist for me?
Our cosmetic dentist is highly skilled and experienced. We invite you to look at the before and after photos and patient reviews on our website to see the beautiful results our patients have achieved. If you have any questions or concerns, we are happy to take time to talk with you.
Does cosmetic dentistry have any benefit besides appearance?
Great cosmetic dentistry provides a wide range of benefits to you. Some of these include:
- Improving confidence
- Boosting self-esteem
- Creating a healthier appearance
- Making hygiene habits more effective
- Increasing function (in some cases)
- Providing a younger appearance
- Giving you a beautiful smile
What are symptoms of Sleep Apnea?
There are many symptoms of sleep apnea. The most common ones include loud snoring, restless sleep, periodic stoppages of breathing, significant daytime sleepiness, irritability or personality change, and difficulty concentrating or poor memory. Other symptoms include headaches, excessive sweating at night, weight gain and depression or moodiness.
If you are suffering from any of these symptoms, talk to our doctor.