Get your dental fillings and crowns replaced today and get back to enjoying life.
If your filling or crown falls out, it can be painful. You may also have sensitive teeth or notice a hole in your tooth. It is recommended to see your dentist as soon as possible to prevent further damage.
If you have lost fillings or crowns, come see us at Joondanna Family Dental right away. We can help replace your filling or crown so that you can get back to enjoying life without any pain or discomfort.
Why You Need To Visit The Dentist If You Lost Your Dental Fillings or Crowns
Exposed tooth tissue can be painful. If not treated promptly enough, decay could reach sensitive nerve endings. Joondanna Family Dental can replace a filling or crown quickly and easily, so you no longer have to suffer pain.
Bacteria can quickly accumulate in the spaces left behind by a fallen-out filling or crown because the tooth is unprotected. By leaving the gap open, bacteria and food particles may adhere and cause decay. Joondanna Family Dental can restore your lost filling or crown to prevent tooth decay.
In the absence of fillings or crowns, the inner structure of your tooth is exposed, posing a risk of further damage. Fillings or crowns not replaced as soon as possible can cause serious complications, such as infection. A new filling or crown can be completed quickly and easily at Joondanna Family Dental, restoring your tooth to its original state.
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Joondanna Family Dental offers a wide range of sedation options to ensure that you’re comfortable during your procedure. Whether you’re getting a filling or a crown, we want you to be relaxed and stress-free. We offer nitrous oxide and oral sedation, as well as IV sedation. Our experienced staff will carefully monitor you throughout the procedure to ensure your safety.
Frequently Asked Questions
To prevent fillings and crowns from falling out:
- At least twice a day, brush your teeth with fluoride toothpaste.
- Floss daily.
- Avoid biting into or chewing on hard foods.
- Be extra cautious when eating sticky or chewy foods.
- Do not open bottles or packages using your teeth.
- When playing sports, wear a custom mouthguard
- If you grind your teeth, wear an occlusal splint (a mouth guard for bruxism).
- To catch any problems early, we recommend visiting your dentist at least once every six months. Your dentist can detect if a filling or crown needs to be replaced before it falls out.