Archive for June 2015

Invisalign is the Clear Solution for Straighter Teeth

Springfield, MO – Are you embarrassed by your less than perfect smile, so you hide it at all costs? Now, you can get a straighter smile by visiting your Springfield dentist. That’s right, the dentists at Excel Dental are certified Invisalign providers.

“Our goal is to provide exceptional care to our patients,” says Dr. Nick Matthews. “Part of being cosmetic dentistry specialists is providing all of the options our patients need for beautiful smiles. And Invisalign is a great piece of the puzzle.”

Ozark Invisalign providersSince it was introduced in the late 90s, Invisalign has revolutionized the way teeth are straightened. Using a series of clear plastic aligners, Invisalign gently guides teeth into their ideal locations. It’s a great solution for people with minor issues, and for adults or teens who’d like to straighten their teeth discreetly.

“What makes Invisalign so wonderful is the customized treatment plans,” says Dr. Tracy Davis. “We use digital imagery to precisely map out the proper tooth movement to achieve your perfect smile, and we can even show you what your smile will look like at the end of treatment.”

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Everything You Need To Know, But Were Afraid To Ask, About Root Canals

Springfield, MO – Have you recently been told you need root canal treatment to repair a tooth? Millions of these are performed every year, so it’s a procedure you’ve probably heard about. But do you actually know what happens during one?

Tooth anatomy“We hear about root canals all the time,” says Dr. Tracy Davis of Excel Dental. “But while the term is common, we realize you may not know everything that goes into one. And we think it’s very important that all of our patients are well-informed and understand procedures before they’re done. That gives us the best opportunity to discuss proper care, and to relieve any concerns or fears they may have.”

Root canals are procedures that are done to repair and save teeth that are badly decayed, injured or infected. During the procedure, your Ozark dentists will remove the nerve and infected parts of the tooth. Then they will disinfect the inside of the tooth. The tooth will then be sealed, and repaired with a crown or filling to ensure it functions properly following the procedure.

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