Periodontal disease treatment in Webster

If your gums bleed when you brush or appear red and swollen, it's more than just a nuisance. It could lead to tooth loss and is even a risk factor for heart and lung disease. Most adults are affected by periodontal disease at one time or another. Don't let yours lead to costly and painful health problems. Call Giangreco Family Dental today!

"Wait" is a four-letter word

That big job interview or high school reunion is coming up before you know it. You don't have weeks to wait for over-the-counter teeth whitening products to work. At Giangreco Family Dental, we can get your teeth several shades lighter. We even make custom bleach trays to use at home. Call today and ask about teeth whitening options. 

Crowns in minutes not weeks

Once upon a time, getting a crown for a cracked or damaged tooth required multiple visits to the dentist and weeks of waiting, sometimes enduring pain in the process. Enter CEREC - Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics. Now you can get your crown, then get on with your life. Call Giangreco Family Dental today! 
Women having dental treatment to prevent periodontal disease in Webster

Smiles are just the beginning 

Getting your teeth clean, healthy and white is an important step to take for your health, well-being and appearance. If moderate to severe wrinkles, naso-labial folds or marionette lines are taking away from your newly radiant smile, Giangreco Family Dental can help with that, too. Call today to ask about Botox or Juvederm treatments. 

Do you grind your teeth?

Bruxism is a habit of grinding or clenching the teeth. There are a few symptoms that are commonly associated with bruxism. People suffering from bruxism may experience:
  • headaches
  • sore jaw
  • frequent toothaches
  • facial pain
  • worn or fractured tooth enamel
  • loose teeth
  • earaches
  • insomnia
Bruxism can develop at any age, and although the causes aren't certain, several factors may be involved. These include stressful situations, sleep disorders, abnormal bite, and crooked or missing teeth.

How is bruxism treated?

Depending on what is causing your bruxism, different treatment options may be recommended. A few examples include:
  • Reducing stress: including reading a book, using a warm compress on your face or counseling
  • Wearing a night-guard: this is a custom made guard worn on the upper or lower teeth to prevent contact between them, relieving pressure from clenching and grining
  • Reshaping or reconstructing of teeth: this can be done with inlays or crowns for patients who have an abnormal bite
The pain from bruxism can be relieved by paying attention to the symptoms, frequent dental visits and good communication with your dentist.

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