Obtaining and maintaining your optimum oral health are important goals. We encourage our patients to visit our dental office every 6 months for a dental exam and cleaning by Dr. Kainth and his team. We are accepting new patients, so call our Irving dental office at (972) 432-8811 to schedule your cleaning and exam today.
Dental Exams – Regular exams are foundational to good dental care. They can result in catching problems early before they become painful and costly to remedy, which is why bi-annual exams are recommended. As part of your exam with Dr. Kainth, you will be screened for oral cancer. If caught early, most oral cancers are highly treatable. If dental x-rays are needed, we offer advanced digital x-rays. The digital x-rays save time, use less radiation, and are more accurate than conventional radiographs.
Dental Cleaning – Removing plaque, tartar, and harmful bacteria from your mouth will help you avoid serious dental issues down the road. Even the most careful brushing and flossing at home cannot remove as much as a dental hygienist can, so come on in to our office and take the next step toward excellent oral health with a professional dental cleaning.
Whether through injury, decay, or other unforeseen reason, you may lose the function of one or more teeth. The good news is that Dr. Kainth, your dentist in Valley Ranch, can restore functionality to your bite and smile.
Dental Crowns – If decay or injury happens to a tooth, getting a dental crown may be the solution. Dental crowns are sometimes called “caps,” because they fit snuggly over a tooth and protect it. Dr. Kainth removes the damaged portion of the tooth and prepares the remainder of the tooth and root to receive the crown. Once attached, the crown is permanent and serves to protect the tooth from further damage. It also can be an attractive substitute for the formerly damaged tooth.
Dental Implants – If you are missing one or more teeth, or if a tooth or teeth are damaged beyond repair, dental implants could be your long-lasting solution. A dental implant is composed of three parts – the implant, an abutment, and a crown. The implant is made of titanium and is surgically inserted into your jawbone. It acts as a “tooth root” for the replacement tooth. Over a period of a few months, the implant integrates with the bone, forming a stable base and also protecting you from additional bone loss. Once your jaw has healed, the abutment, which acts as a connector, and the crown are added. Implants can also support a dental bridge, a partial denture, or even a full denture.
Dentures – If the majority of your teeth are irreparably damaged or missing, you may choose to replace them with a set of dentures. Conventional dentures are generally a more affordable way to replace missing teeth than dental implants. Dentures are fully removable and can have a very natural look. However, dentures may need to be adjusted or relined over time to accommodate changes in the supporting gums and jaw.
Root Canal Treatments – If the living pulp inside your tooth’s root becomes infected or damaged, you may require a root canal. A root canal, also known as a pulpectomy, is frequently the best way to remove the pain. Anesthesia is used during the procedure so that you will have minimal discomfort. Once Dr. Kainth removes the pulp and cleans the canal, a crown will be placed over the tooth to prevent further damage.
It’s normal to want a beautiful smile. With cosmetic dentistry, the focus is on improving the appearance of your teeth. Most of the services listed under restorative dentistry also have cosmetic aspects to them. While function is primary, instilling confidence by adding beauty to your smile is a worthy secondary goal.
Teeth Whitening – Your teeth are subjected to lots of substances that will stain them over time. Certain drinks like wine, coffee, tea, or dark sodas cause staining, as do many dark-colored foods like blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries. And nicotine from smoking will also stain your teeth. To rejuvenate your smile, schedule a professional teeth whitening appointment with Coolbreeze Dentistry, your dentist in Irving, TX. You’ll look your best with a whiter, brighter smile. Call us today at (972) 432-8811.