Bleeding in any part of your body indicates a problem. When gums bleed, the cause usually stems from brushing too hard or from early-stage gum disease, called gingivitis. When you come in, we will talk with you about the proper toothbrush and techniques for safe, effective daily care. If your gums show signs of gum disease, Dr. Mosby may recommend periodontal treatment to stop the disease and return your gums to good health. Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss for American adults, and it has been connected to many overall health conditions. Without treatment, gum disease can escalate to create significant damage to your health, so call our Kingwood dental office for an assessment now.
Professional teeth whitening can brighten teeth dramatically. We use the Zoom! and Sapphire in-office teeth whitening systems, which can lighten teeth in about an hour. If you prefer, we can also provide take-home trays so you can whiten teeth on your own timetable. Contact us for a consultation today!
Lumineers are actually a brand of veneers that require minimal or no tooth preparation prior to placement. Some patients prefer Lumineers because of the quick application and reduced risk for sensitivity. However, others prefer traditional veneers because of their completely customized design. Schedule a cosmetic dentistry consultation with Dr. Mosby to discuss which option works for you.
Thanks to modern dentistry, Dr. Mosby can replace dark fillings and metal crowns with strong, aesthetic solutions. Our practice has placed tooth-colored fillings for years, and we also offer porcelain crowns. You can enjoy a healthy, attractive smile, so contact our office to make an appointment.
If missing teeth are hindering your smile, consider dentures or dental implants. Dentures provide you with removable prosthetic teeth. Dental implants are designed as a permanent replacement for one or more missing teeth. To learn more about these options, contact our dental office in Kingwood to schedule a private consultation with Dr. Mosby.
Dental care can get expensive, so we work to maximize insurance as much as possible. Some dental policies cover only a small percentage of fees, while others cover more. Generally speaking, dental insurance covers some restorative dentistry and general dentistry procedures, but cosmetic dentistry treatment is not usually covered. If you have any questions or need any additional information to file your claims, contact our Kingwood office.
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