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Dental Splinting

COSMETIC DENTAL SPLINTING

Gentle Solutions for a Stronger Smile

Why Consider Dental Splinting?

Three Reasons to Consider Dental Splinting

Improved Comfort and Function

Dental splinting can significantly improve the stability of loose teeth, making everyday activities like eating and speaking more comfortable.

Preventive Care

It serves as a preventive measure, helping to avoid further dental complications and potentially costly treatments in the future.

Minimally Invasive Approach

The procedure is minimally invasive, offering a gentle yet effective solution to enhance your oral health without extensive dental work.

What Is Dental Splinting?

Imagine if we could give your loose teeth a little hug, holding them together so they feel secure and stable. That’s essentially what dental splinting does. When teeth become loose, often due to gum disease, we can join them to their stronger neighbors like linking arms in a line of solidarity. This not only helps the teeth feel sturdier but also can make eating and talking more comfortable. 

Why Might You Need It?

Loose teeth can come from many places – maybe an injury, gum disease, or just the wear and tear of life. If your teeth start to feel a bit loose, it’s important to take action. Not only does it affect how you chew and speak, but it can also lead to further dental issues down the line. 

Conditions Associated With Dental Splinting

The dental implants at Concierge Dental Group are small, sturdy, titanium posts that are designed to replace the root structure of a naturally growing tooth.

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Dental Splinting Treatment FAQ

Dental splinting is generally not painful. Most patients report little to no discomfort during and after the procedure. Local anesthesia can be used to minimize any discomfort during the application process. 

The longevity of a dental splint can vary depending on the type of splint used, the condition being treated, and the patient’s oral hygiene habits. On average, splints can last from several weeks to years. 

Yes, most patients can eat normally with a dental splint. However, it’s recommended to avoid hard and sticky foods that might damage the splint or further loosen the teeth. 

Caring for a dental splint involves practicing good oral hygiene, including regular brushing and flossing. It’s also important to visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and to ensure the splint is functioning as intended. 

While dental splinting can provide stability and comfort, it’s not a permanent solution for loose teeth. It’s used as a part of a comprehensive dental treatment plan to address the underlying cause of tooth mobility. 

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Our Process -- And Yours

Non-surgical treatment, the method of choice for early-stage gum disease, essentially amounts to a deep, professional cleaning of the teeth that gets at the tartar under the gumline and includes the application of a local antimicrobial.

Vigilance (yours)
It's important to be vigilant for gum disease because it can be painless, revealing itself only when valuable treatment time has been lost.
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Local anesthesia (if needed)
Root-planing and scaling clean down to the roots. We may use a local anesthetic to make you more comfortable.
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Root-planing and scaling (deep-cleaning)
If diagnosed in the early stages, the preferred and more conservative (i.e., non-invasive) option is scaling and root-planing.
3
Anti-microbial application
We proactively apply an antimicrobial to the affected areas to kill and guard against any bacteria there that could pose a setback.
4
Ongoing home care and vigilance
You establish and make a habit of a rigorous home dental-health regimen that includes thorough brushing and flossing, and ongoing vigilance for flare-ups.
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Our Process -- And Yours

Non-surgical treatment, the method of choice for early-stage gum disease, essentially amounts to a deep, professional cleaning of the teeth that gets at the tartar under the gumline and includes the application of a local antimicrobial.

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5
Vigilance (yours)
It's important to be vigilant for gum disease because it can be painless, revealing itself only when valuable treatment time has been lost.
Local anestheisa (if needed)
Root-planing and scaling clean down to the roots. We may use a local anesthetic to make you more comfortable.
Root-planing and scaling (deep-cleaning)
If diagnosed in the early stages, the preferred and more conservative (i.e., non-invasive) option is scaling and root-planing.
Anti-microbial application
We proactively apply an antimicrobial to the affected areas to kill and guard against any bacteria there that could pose a setback.
Ongoing home care and vigilance
You establish and make a habit of a rigorous home dental-health regimen that includes thorough brushing and flossing, and ongoing vigilance for flare-ups.

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