I’m Having a Hard Time Chewing
Restorative Dentistry: We’ll Help You Get Your Bite Back
A good meal is a simple – but extremely satisfying – pleasure. So you shouldn’t let missing or damaged teeth rob you of this enjoyment! Dr. Scott Krosser and our capable team can bring back your oral function so you can dine on all of your favorite foods again.I am having a hard time chewing Read Transcript
Again, there's a bunch of different reasons why people have a hard time chewing. Sometimes it's missing teeth, sometimes it's misfitting dentures, sometimes it's gum disease, sometimes it's cavities. You have to figure out exactly what the problem is and then address the problems. If you're having a hard time chewing, it's one of the things we concentrate the most on. For me, eating is three-quarters of life. I'm a big proponent of chewing well and strong.
Restorative Dentistry Gets A Technology Boost
Dr. Krosser uses the latest dental technology to make sure your restorative dentistry treatments are as quick, efficient, and comfortable as possible. Here we’ve highlighted some of the ways our technology streamlines your dental procedures:
- Root canals. We use digital X-rays that reveal the length of your tooth roots, the location of infected pulp, and other information that ensures the procedure is as hassle-free as possible. We also use rotary tools for quicker and more accurate results.
- Same-day dental crowns. With our CEREC technology, you can get a durable dental crown in a single day because we make them right in our Millburn, NJ dentist office! Compare that to wearing a temporary crown for weeks while you wait for an outside lab to fabricate your crown.
Repair Your Smile With Other Restorative Dentistry Services
Our other restorative dentistry services include:
- Inlays and onlays. These treatments repair teeth when damage is too extensive for a filling but not extensive enough for a dental crown.
- Dental bridges. These restorations can replace a single tooth or multiple missing teeth.
- Dental veneers. Often used for cosmetic dental treatments, dental veneers can also stabilize cracked or chipped teeth and protect them against further dental damage.