Methods of restoring dental enamel

istock 1199167385 1 Tooth enamel is one of the strongest materials in the body. However, damage, decay, or disease pose a significant threat to the natural teeth. They can cause erosion or structural tooth loss that can impact a patient’s overall health—as well as the health of each tooth in the smile. When dental erosion or damage occurs, it is vital that Houston, TX area patients work with a dental provider in their community who can restore dental enamel.

What causes erosion of the natural teeth?

There are many reasons why patients might experience damage or erosion to the natural teeth. It may include the following factors:

  • Clenching and grinding of the teeth (bruxism)
  • Diets high in sugars and starches
  • Fruit juice beverages and soft drinks
  • Conditions such as dry mouth
  • Acid reflux/GERD diagnosis
  • Poor oral health habits (poor brushing or flossing)

How can a dentist restore tooth enamel?

Dr. Heather F. Fleschler and her team of professionals in Houston, TX are dedicated to helping patients restore their teeth whenever possible. She has a myriad of options that can be used to restore the smile. Methods of restoring dental enamel include:

Which restoration is right for me?

During a consultation appointment and initial evaluation with Dr. Heather F. Fleschler, patients will learn about the many ways in which they can restore their smile. With an eye for design, our dentist will examine the patient’s unique situation and make recommendations based on past experience in dealing with similar types of erosion or damage. Years of experience ensure that patients are getting educated suggestions from a quality dental provider.

Find a cosmetic dentist in Houston, TX that can restore the smile

Dr. Heather F. Fleschler and her team of professionals are dedicated to helping patients restore their smile and enjoy a healthy mouth for life! If you live in the community and are considering working with a dedicated dental provider, call her office today at (713) 660-6500. The office, located at 5252 Westchester Street, Ste. #200, accepts new and current patients and families interested in the best possible care in the area.

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