Fishers Dental Care Educational Videos
What sets us apart from other Fishers dentists is our desire to help all of our patients make informed decisions and fully understand their dental needs. To this end, we are providing videos with valuable information about dentistry and treatment options. We encourage you to browse through our online video library and learn about the some of the Fishers dental care options we offer at Advanced Family Dentistry.
Bridges serve as a fixed partial prosthetic replacement for one or more missing teeth. They are called bridges because they span an area that has missing or damaged teeth. Because our bridges are custom-made, they are barely noticeable and can restore the natural shape of your teeth and the proper bite relationship.
Crowns are used for dental restoration at our Fishers dental care practice in order to completely cap a tooth or dental implant. The crowns, when cemented into place, cover the damaged tooth and restore its shape, size, and strength and improve its appearance. We also use crowns to attach bridges, cover implants, or prevent a cracked tooth from becoming worse.
Similar to bridges, dentures are another prosthetic replacement for missing teeth. Dentures can be a partial replacement for missing teeth or a replacement for all of your natural teeth. Unlike crowns or bridges that are fixed, dentures are removable. Dentures can improve chewing ability and speech and greatly enhance your appearance and smile.
If the pulp of a tooth becomes diseased or injured, endodontic treatment or root canal therapy may be required to save the tooth. Root canal therapy is an extraordinary treatment that involves removing the diseased tissue of a tooth to halt the spread of infection and to restore the healthy portion of the tooth.
If you are looking for Fishers dentists who are trained in this specialty, Dr. Arazi has had the proper training and the experience required to perform root canal therapy.
Guru Insight is a video that discusses several dental subjects in more detail including root canals, brushing your teeth, cavities, and veneers.
We hope that you enjoy Advanced Family Dentistry’s educational videos. To learn more about the dental treatments we offer, please contact us at 317-849-1223 today.