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By Evolution Dentistry
January 19, 2021
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Crowns   Bridges  

When Are Crowns And Bridges Needed?

In an ideal world, we wouldn't have to worry about damaging or losing our teeth. Ideally, if either scenario were to happen, it would be good to know that professionals had the tools to make our smiles right again. Well, thanks to dental crowns and bridges, your Parkland, FL, dentist can do just that. Situations vary and with them, so does treatment, so to learn more get in contact with Dr. Hector Naranjo of Evolution Dentistry.

Protection

If your tooth is damaged your dentist may likely choose to use a dental crown to keep it from further harm. As well as to restore it so that it will look again like your natural tooth and may function just the same.

Decay is a common culprit for tooth damage, in its early stages causing problems like cavities. But once decay progresses to the center of the tooth where nerves reside which connect to the rest of the body, then your dentist may have to perform a root canal to save your tooth. The procedure halts decay but a large portion of the tooth is removed in order to perform it. So in this case you will typically also require a crown.

Restoration

Without a root canal to save it, if the decay has progressed enough, an extraction may be necessary. But teeth can also be lost due to accident, or other means. Whatever the reason, your dentist can use a dental bridge to help restore your smile.

A dental bridge works by supporting your new tooth, or rather, a crown, with the adjacent healthy teeth.

Filling a gap isn't merely for aesthetic reasons, surrounding teeth can often shift because of the empty space, and your bite may also be altered, causing problems of its own.

Dental Crowns and Bridges in Parkland, FL

Dental crowns and bridges can give you back your smile, not just its look, but its former usefulness. To find out how they can improve your own specific case make an appointment today, call Dr. Naranjo of Evolution Dentistry in Parkland, FL, by dialing (954) 255-8055.

By Evolution Dentistry
December 23, 2020
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Dentist   Dental Checkups  

Although you may not need to see the dentist every day, it is a good idea to know when it is the best time to see the dentist. Dr. Hector Naranjo is seeing new and existing patients at Evolution Dentistry serving the Parkland, FL, area.

When should you see the dentist?

Try to go for your bi-annual checkup and cleaning to care for your teeth. Your dentist will work with you to clear up any concerns as they clean and protect your smile.

You may have other reasons to go to the dentist, such as: 

  • If you have had any accidents or injuries involving the mouth, it is probably a good time to make an appointment to see your specialist.
  • Sores and throat pain that will not go away within a reasonable amount of time is a great reason to visit your dentist. You will be inspected thoroughly and given sound medical advice based on the condition of your mouth.
  • Bumps that stay swollen, red, or infected may warrant a trip to the dentist. These symptoms can indicate an impacted wisdom tooth or infected gums.
  • Excessive blood after brushing your teeth could be a signal that it is time to make an appointment. Another set of eyes can tell you if you are brushing too hard, or if there is something else occurring.
  • Some of us struggle with grinding our teeth, or other behaviors that would damage or shift the teeth. If this is you, you may need to go to the dentist to acquire an oral appliance or find out ways to cease the habit.

As you can see, there are many reasons that one would choose to visit a dentist. Should you experience these or similar symptoms, contact Dr. Naranjo at Evolution Dentistry in Parkland, FL, at 954-255-8055

By Evolution Dentistry
October 21, 2020
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: Cosmetic Dentistry  

Too often, people live with smile issues because they simply don't realize how many cosmetic treatment options are available. Cosmetic dentistry treatments provided by Dr. Hector Naranjo of Evolution Dentistry in Parkland, FL, enhance dull, damaged and unattractive teeth, renewing your smile.

What you can do about a dull or discolored smile

Stains caused by foods and beverages and smoking make your teeth look dull or yellow. Fortunately, teeth whitening offers a quick, simple solution to the problem. When you schedule a professional whitening appointment at the Parkland Dental office, your teeth will be as much as eight shades lighter in just one appointment.

Although many people are happy with the effects of whitening, sometimes whitening can't lighten teeth as much as you would like. If that's the case, veneers will give you the whitest smile possible. The thin shells are attached to the fronts of your teeth covering your stains. Veneers are available in an almost endless array of shades, making it easy to choose your ideal tooth color.

Do you have one or two discolored teeth? Veneers, bonding or dental crowns can improve the appearance of the teeth. Bonding involves applying tooth-colored composite resin to cover stains, while hollow dental crowns completely encase the tooth.

Repairing damage may be easier than you think

Bonding, veneers and crowns also offer an effective way to repair or hide cracks or chips in teeth. If your tooth is broken or fragile, a dental crown will probably be the best choice. Crowns restore the normal height and width of broken teeth and can also prevent weak or cracked teeth from breaking.

Crooked teeth don't have to disrupt the symmetry of your smile

Invisalign, an orthodontic system that realigns teeth with removable aligner trays, is a discreet way to improve spacing issues, crowding, overlapping teeth and bite problems. The custom-made trays are clear and don't change your appearance during your treatment.

If you only have one or two crooked or twisted teeth, bonding, veneers or crowns might be the best choice. Adding composite resin to the teeth during the bonding process can alter their shape. Both veneers and crowns easily conceal tooth irregularities and can also lengthen teeth if needed.

Are you unhappy with your smile? A cosmetic dentistry treatment offers smile-changing benefits. Call your Parkland, FL, dentist, Dr. Naranjo of Evolution Dentistry, at (954) 255-8055 to schedule your appointment.

By Evolution Dentistry
June 23, 2020
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Invisalign  

Would you like to enjoy good oral health and a beautiful smile? Have you considered orthodontic correction with clear Invisalign aligners? At Evolution Dentistry in Parkland, FL, Dr. Hector Naranjo evaluates patients for treatment with this innovative aligner system. Discreet and comfortable, Invisalign appliances could deliver your smile goals. Talk to your Dentist Parkland professional to learn more.

The details on Invisalign

Appropriate for teens and adults, Invisalign clear aligners correct mild to moderate orthodontic problems without the wires, brackets, and long treatment times of traditional braces. Made from proprietary SmartTrack acrylic, the snugly fitting aligners are thin, smooth, invisible, and completely removable for meals and oral care.

Over 6 to 18 months, your aligners move your teeth into proper position. Invisalign corrects bite issues, buck teeth, poor spacing, tooth rotation, and more. Invisalign has helped millions of people worldwide achieve their best smiles over the past twenty years. It's why your Dentist Parkland professional offers it to his patients.

The details on treatment

Your Invisalign treatment plan begins with a qualifying exam with your dentist at Evolution Dentistry in Parkland FL. Dr. Naranjo will examine your teeth and gums, using special Invisalign scans to determine your alignment issues and how to correct them.

If Invisalign is right for you, your Dentist Parkland expert sends his treatment plan and your scans to the Invisalign lab where your aligners are customized just for you. Each aligner accomplishes a specific task as you wear them 20 to 22 hours a day in the sequence Dr. Naranjo lays out.

Additionally, you'll visit the office once a month to receive your aligners and for a progress check. That's all. There are no complex adjustments, and oral hygiene is as simple as brush, floss, clean your appliances, and replace. You may experience some mild discomfort when you start treatment as your teeth adjust to the gentle pressure the aligners exert.

Interested?

Come to Evolution Dentistry to learn more about what discreet Invisalign aligners can do. We think you'll be amazed at the difference straight teeth make in your self-confidence and health. To consult with Dr. Hector Naranjo, your dentist in the Parkland FL, area, call (954) 255-8055.

By Evolution Dentistry
May 12, 2020
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Oral Care  

Visiting the dentist on a regular basis is essential if you want to maintain strong, healthy teeth. If you don't take care of your teeth, you can end up with gum disease and tooth loss. Poor oral care is even linked to serious medical conditions such as heart disease. While most of us understand that regular dental checkups are important, it's still important to have proper oral care at home too.

If you need a dentist and you live in Parkland, FL, schedule an appointment with Dr. Hector Naranjo of Evolution Dentistry. He and his staff provide a wide range of dentistry services that will help you enjoy excellent oral health. Read on for more information about how to keep your teeth beautiful and strong.

Brush Your Teeth

One of the best ways to keep your teeth healthy is to brush them at least twice a day. Brushing your teeth with a fluoride toothpaste gets rid of the food particles on your teeth and removes bacteria-containing plaque, a material that causes cavities. If the plaque isn't removed, it can also turn into a hard substance called tartar. This tartar makes it more difficult for you to effectively brush your teeth and causes your gums to become inflamed.

Floss Your Teeth

Brushing your teeth is just one component of proper oral care. You have to floss your teeth as well. Brushing can't remove the food and bacteria trapped between your teeth and under your gumline. That's where dental floss comes in. It removes the debris that your toothbrush can't reach. Proper flossing helps you avoid plaque buildup. Your dentist in Parkland, FL, can help you learn the proper way to floss your teeth.

Cut Back on Sugar

Sugar attracts the bacteria that leads to tooth decay. For this reason, you should cut back on sugary drinks and foods. Refined sugar, the kind of sugar in sweetened cereal or candy, is the worst kind of sugar for your teeth. Eating too many of these sweet foods can cause a number of dental problems.

Schedule an Appointment

Proper at-home oral care combined with regular dental checkups will protect your teeth and prevent any serious dental issues. To schedule an appointment with your dentist in Parkland, FL, contact Dr. Hector Naranjo of Evolution Dentistry: (954) 255-8055.





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