9 Reasons To Visit Our Dentist in 2019

2019 has arrived! We wish all of you reading this a happy and healthy New Year!

We also hope you will visit our Huntsville, AL dental office a few times in the months to come. With that in mind, we want to share nine reasons you may want to do just that.

Jennifer Perkins, DDS, and our team of dental professionals offer a wide range of services — along with a compassionate care — to help you have your best smile in the coming year.

Take a moment to read our list below, then call 256-801-0002 to make an appointment with us. We look forward to seeing your smiles!

1. Close Your Gaps

If you have a little extra space in your smile, you can get rid of it at our office. We have a few cosmetic services that can correct this particular problem.

Tooth bonding is a quick and effective method for filling in small gaps between teeth. For larger spaces, you may want to as about our orthodontic options, instead.

2. Repair Your Broken and Chipped Teeth

If you lived, then you already know that life doesn’t always go your way. Sometimes with life takes those unexpected turns, it’s your teeth that pay the prices. Running into something or biting down on something hard can cause you to lose a little bit from your smiles.

Again, bonding is one option that could restore your smile. Depending on which of your teeth is damaged, dental veneers or a dental crown could offer a more durable restoration.

3. Fight Gum Disease

The leading cause of lost teeth in the United States is not tooth decay. It’s gum disease, but it doesn’t have to be.

With a good daily oral hygiene routine and regular dental checkups, you can do a lot to fight the onset of periodontal problems. At the same time, Dr. Perkins is more than prepared to turn by infections. We also offer advanced treatments, such as the Chao Pinhole technique to reverse the effects of those infections on your smile.

4. Clean Up Your Stained Teeth

If you eat and drink anything besides water, then your teeth will become stained. Slowly but surely, it happens to all of us because most foods and drinks have the potential to add to the stains on our teeth.

Over time, this becomes more noticeable. It’s also why you’ll be happy to know that you can remove deep stains in a short amount of time with professional teeth whitening.

5. Replace Your Missing Teeth

Lost teeth can limit what you can eat and hurt your self-confidence. You can fix that at our practice, whether you need to replace a single tooth or you need full-mouth reconstruction.

6. Get Rid of Bad Teeth

You want to keep your healthy teeth, but sometimes removing teeth can be the best thing for your long-term oral health. Whether you are dealing with crowding, severe damage, or impacted wisdom teeth, we can help.

7. Straighten Your Smile

Crooked smiles affect people of all ages. Thankfully, we offer orthodontic options that work well for teens and for adults who want to straight smiles.

8. Fight Cavities

More than 90 percent of people with have tooth decay at one time or another. When and if it happens to you or someone you care about, our tooth-colored fillings can restore the function and the appearance of your tooth.

9. Prevent Problems

Of course, you would much rather avoid problems whenever you can. It’s why we hope you will schedule regular dental cleanings and exams with us. You also can take advantage of treatments to make your teeth stronger such as fluoride and dental sealants while you are here.

To request an appointment at our Huntsville dentist office for any reason, you can call 256-801-0002 or fill out our online form.

Call Today to Make an Appointment

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