Broken Chipped Tooth Dentist in Frisco, Texas
Broken Chipped Tooth Dentistry Frisco, Texas
Painless Oral Injection SystemWe use a variety of methods like topical anesthetics (numbing gel) and selective, controlled anesthetic delivery to minimize the pain associated with Local anesthesia shots. In addition to these methods, we also utilize DentalVibe to eliminate the fear that prevents patients from seeking out needed dental treatment.Children often experience the most anxiety related to needles, and that’s what makes them ideal candidates for relaxing dental care with DentalVibe. If your little one dreads a visit to the dentist or getting an upcoming treatment requiring local anesthesia, you can help eliminate potential discomfort by choosing the DentalVibe from the get-go.
Chipped ToothThe appropriate treatment for a chipped tooth will depend on how much of the tooth has broken off. A small chip isn’t generally an emergency; it can often be repaired with dental bonding, which involves layering on a durable, tooth-colored material to restore the tooth’s shape. This is a relatively simple procedure that can be completed in one dental appointment. Because the bonding material has the same shade and transparency as natural teeth, it creates a beautiful repair. It is possible, however, that the bonding material will wear away over time and have to be replaced eventually. Minor chips can also be repaired with a porcelain veneer, which covers the entire front surface of the tooth instead of just the chipped area.
Cracked (Fractured) ToothA crack can begin from the chewing surface or the root of a tooth and may cause severe pain or just intermittent discomfort. But because even a small crack can open a pathway to infection, it’s important to see a dentist whether or not you are in pain.
Sheer Smiles participates with most PPO insurance plans. Medicaid and CHIP accepted.
Dr. Shir will provide the best Pediatric Dentistry services for your child!
Pediatric Emergency Appointments!
Sudden dental injuries or severe pain can be frightening. In these emergency situations, we will be there to help your child, 24/7/365!
Common Questions for Parents
How often does my child need to see the pediatric dentist?
Are baby teeth really that important to my child?
When should I take my child to the dentist for the first check-up?
Why is it important to see a pediatric dentist instead of a general dentist?
Dr. Solmaz Shir of Sheer Smiles Pediatric Dentistry is a board-certified Pediatric Dentist with more training than a general dentist in treating your kids oral health.
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What diet and nutritional advice can be offered for building strong teeth?
Experts agree that children need food from all the major food groups to grow properly and stay healthy. Too many carbohydrates, sugars (for example, from cake, cookies, candies, milk, fruit juice, and other sugary foods and beverages), and savory foods and starches (for example, pretzels and potato chips) can cause tooth decay. How long carbohydrates remain on the teeth is the main culprit that leads to tooth decay. Read more
The effects of fruit on kids teeth
We all know that fruit is full of vitamins and an important part of kids diets. But did you know that too much fruit (whether it’s fresh fruit, fruit juices, dried fruit or canned fruit) can have a negative effect and contribute to problems such as cavities and erosion, especially if your kids are grazing on fruit all day? Read more
Are sports drinks okay for kids?
Statistics continue to show an alarming increase in the consumption of sports and energy drinks, especially among kids. Along with having the potential to cause various health problems, these beverages can cause irreversible damage to teeth. And sugar is only part of the reason — high acidity levels in these drinks erode enamel, the outer layer of teeth. Read more