Is cavity prevention enough of a priority for you? How worried should you be about the formation of decay, and how much can a delay in restorative dental work really affect your tooth? When treatment is not provided in time, a cavity can have significant consequences. While the harm done can be limited at first, a cavity will gradually worsen, and that can lead to problems with infection that cause considerable discomfort. In time, bacteria can damage the living tissues housed in the tooth, and eventually even move through the roots to create new health concerns. At our Upton, MA dentist’s office, patients can undergo the appropriate restorative treatment to fully stop a problem. In addition to removing bacteria and damaged tissues, your dentist can make sure your tooth stays safe by providing a custom restoration to stop further problems from occurring.

Cavities Require Professional Dental Treatment

It will take a trip to the dentist’s office to properly deal with a cavity. While your daily routine can certainly help you avoid problems with decay, a problem will only worsen once it has formed. At our practice, we can carefully remove infected tissues to stop the spread of your cavity, then provide you with a dental filling or dental crown. Until this is done, the health of your tooth will continue to worsen!

What Kind Of Care Will You Need For Tooth Decay?

If you act in time, your treatment may only require the placement of a dental filling. A filling is the most conservative treatment option, as it will only occupy a limited amount of space. When a cavity is too large for a filling, it becomes necessary to place a dental crown. This demands more preparatory work, as the tooth must be modified so that a crown can cover it. In cases where decay leads to infection, root canal treatment will have to occur  before your crown is placed.

Limit Your Risk For Advanced Decay By Scheduling Regular Exams

Your dentist can actually identify a cavity, even if when that cavity has yet to cause you discomfort. Every time you schedule routine appointments, your dentist can look for trouble with decay and address it. Because these visits also provide you with updates about your periodontal health and regular teeth cleanings, they help you stay safe against more than just active cavities!

Talk To Your Upton, MA Dentist’s Office About Cavity Treatment

Dr. Goguen is prepared to help patients who experience issues with their dental health. If you are affected by decay, we can treat the problem and makes sure that your tooth’s appearance is preserved. To find out more, or to set up an appointment, please contact Upton Dental at 508-529-4591 to schedule a visit.

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