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Dental Concerns Port St. Lucie, FL

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Tooth pain, tooth damage, missing teeth, and gum disease are common dental concerns that can lead to deteriorating oral health and have an impact on your quality of life. It is important to have a dental problem evaluated and addressed as soon as possible to minimize permanent damage and allow for the most conservative treatment options. Great Smile Dental is home to a team of highly trained and experienced dentists who are committed to helping patients resolve dental problems with care that is personalized to their needs, aesthetic goals and budget. We take the time to get to know you as an individual and understand the underlying cause of your concerns so that your treatment is effective and the results are predictable.

What seems like a minor dental problem can often progress into a more complex issue that affects not only other parts of the occlusal system but your overall health and wellness. Gum disease is a prime example of an oral health issue that when left untreated can impact the integrity of the teeth and allow harmful bacteria in the mouth to have an effect on your body’s internal system, often leading to inflammation and an increased risk of cardiovascular and systemic disease. Routine dental care plays a key role in minimizing your risk of developing gum disease and other common dental problems, providing the opportunity for our team to spot disease early and treat conservatively.

If you experience dental anxiety or feel embarrassed about the condition of your smile, we welcome you to visit with us and experience the difference that our compassionate, personalized dental care can offer. Our team makes every effort to ensure the comfort and confidence of all patients and we can discuss dental sedation options prior to your procedure.

Getting back a smile that looks and feels great will benefit you in many ways and support your best possible quality of life each day.

Tooth Pain

Tooth pain and discomfort, especially when it is sudden or intense can be the indicator of infection and should be addressed promptly. Identifying the cause and treating effectively will address your pain and restore oral health.

Tooth Damage

A chipped or cracked tooth can lead to a lost tooth over time if not treated and repaired. We offer the dental treatments needed to repair damaged teeth and maintain the natural structure of your smile.

Crooked Teeth

Teeth that are crooked, have gaps between them or are not aligning properly when biting can be the underlying cause of a range of dental problems, often having a detrimental impact on your smile confidence. Great Smile Dental can work with you to find a solution to your concerns and achieve a straighter, healthier smile.

Missing Teeth

Missing teeth have wide-ranging effects on both oral and overall health and well being. From an increased risk for other dental health concerns to changes in the function and appearance of your smile, lost teeth will have an impact on your quality of life. Great Smile Dental can work with you on an individual basis to achieve a new smile with a treatment option that is tailored to your needs and aesthetic goals. We offer experience, training, and advanced technology for the replacement of one or more missing teeth, including Semi-Permanent Teeth which was developed by Dr. Aaron Schamback.

Gum Disease

We can address all stages of gum disease in our Port St. Lucie dental office with the experienced care of our resident Periodontist, Dr. Schwartz. In addition, our team has advanced training in all types of restorative dental care and can help patients with advanced periodontitis receive the treatment they need to resolve their oral health issues in one location.

Teeth Grinding

Worn teeth, recurring tooth damage, headaches, and jaw pain are all common signs that you may be grinding your teeth or clenching your jaw during your sleep or when stressed. Teeth grinding is often the underlying sign of a bite related disorder. Our dental team can help patients who grind their teeth resolve discomfort and side effects by identifying the underlying cause and providing effective treatment.