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General Dentist El Paso Texas

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Our oral cavity is a window to our overall health. Our teeth and gums should be free from dental infection if we want to lead a healthy life. When oral health is neglected, there can be dental problems which may lead to many complications in overall health. According to American Dental Association, a person should visit a dentist at least once in 6 months in order to prevent dental problems and protect his teeth and gums. General dental procedures are dedicated to treating and restoring decayed or damaged tooth and maintenance of oral health. At our practice Sun City Dental in El Paso Texas, through General Dentistry El Paso and Cosmetic Dental Procedures our dentist aims to identify and cure dental problems through early intervention. By educating our patients about oral care, we aim to build healthier communities in El Paso and Fort Bliss Texas.

Importance of Oral Health and General Dental Care:

Our oral cavity is responsible for several crucial functions in our body. Problems with soft or hard tissues of the oral cavity can disturb these functions and directly affect the overall health of the person. Studies and research have proven that heart problems, kidney functionality, and diabetes can all be linked to oral health. Therefore, by promoting good oral health, a general dentist actually promotes healthy living. General dental procedures help in identifying and preventing dental problems at an early stage through corrective measures.

What are General Dental Procedures?

The general dental procedure is an umbrella term used to indicate a wide-range of treatments offered by the general dentist. Professional dental cleaning, periodontal care, composite fillings, crowns and bridges, sealants, Dentures El Paso and Fort Bliss Texas, root canals are some of the key terms used in general dentistry. The aim of general dental treatment is to treat a problem and ensure that it does not reoccur. During a routine Dental Visit, our dentist performs a thorough oral check to look for signs of a problem and take steps to cure the same. Following are some of the key procedures performed during the course.

Professional Dental Cleaning

This procedure involves removal of plaque and tartar from the tooth surface and from under the gums. There are different methods that can be followed to achieve this. Through professional dental cleaning, the risk of dental infection is reduced greatly.

Restoring Tooth

A tooth which is decayed should be treated quickly. Sealants, Composite Fillings, Teeth Whitening, Inlays and Onlays, Crowns and Bridges are some of the restorations used to protect the tooth from further damage. The restoration process ensures that the decay does not proceed to cause serious harm.

Root Canals Treatments:

A root canal is performed with the help of local anesthesia. The tooth is numbed, dried and isolated from the nearby teeth. Our endodontist makes an opening in the tooth using dental drills and removes the infected pulp. The root canal treatment is cleaned using a dental file. A using anti-bacterial agent may help in killing the remaining bacteria in the root canals. Once the area is clean, the root canal is filled using appropriate dental materials. A Dental Filling is used to fill the cavity and the tooth is restored using a dental crown. On completion of the treatment, the patient is informed about how to protect the tooth that has undergone treatment. as undergone treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions - General Dentist El Paso and Fort Bliss TX

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  • Your teeth are sensitive to cold or hot
  • Having puffy and bleeding gums while brushing
  • You have tooth cavity, require fillings, crowns, veneers
  • You are a pregnant
  • You have difficulty in chewing and swallowing
  • You have pain or swelling in your mouth or face or neck
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Diligent removal of plaque by flossing, brushing and removal of plaque by flossing, brushing and regular professional cleaning will minimize your risk of gum disease.
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  • Red, swollen, bleeding and puffy gums
  • Receding gums
  • Persistent bad breath
  • Tenderness or Discomfort
  • Loose teeth and new spacing between teeth.

Office Hours
Monday 1:00 PM 5:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM 5:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 PM 5:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 PM 5:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM 3:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
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Sun City Dental

11240 Montwood Drive STE J
El Paso, Texas, 79936 


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