Your Trusted Emergency Dentist in North Palm Beach, FL
Results matter, especially when it comes to emergency dentistry. At Bellagio Dental Implant Center, we have the skill, experience, and compassionate care to address the problem and relieve the unbearable pain you may be feeling.
Don’t put off severe toothaches, chipped teeth, or painful cavities any longer — they can spiral into larger, more costly problems if left untreated. Call Bellagio Dental Implant Center at (561) 705-0045 for your FREE emergency exam right away, and let us take care of you with outstanding emergency dentistry services.
Emergency Dental Issues We Can Address:
- Chipped, Cracked, or Broken Teeth
- Severe Toothaches
- Deep Cavities
- Emergency Root Canals
- Broken Veneers
- Dislodged Fillings & Crowns
- Gum Pain
- TMJ & Jaw Pain
- Knocked-Out Teeth
- And More
Smile With Confidence Again
Have you lost a tooth? A dental implant can seamlessly take the place of your lost tooth and restore your smile. Dental implants are replacement teeth that are designed to match your surrounding teeth, and they function just like any other tooth. What’s more, dental implants restore your ability to eat naturally, preserve your jawbone health, and look beautiful. Patients who need dental implants can turn to us for surgical implant dentistry.
What Are Dental Implants?
Implants are custom-made artificial teeth with a titanium root. During dental implant surgery, we insert the titanium root into your gums so it can fuse with your jawbone. The artificial tooth will sit on the metal anchor and act just like any other tooth. Once an implant has been surgically installed, it will last for years with the proper care.
Benefits of Dental Implants:
- Fill in the gaps in your smile
- Easier to eat & speak
- Prevents jawbone deterioration
- Last for years
- Permanent and non-removable
- And more
Fighting Back against Periodontal Disease
A common dental problem, periodontal disease is a gum infection that occurs from poor oral hygiene. When left untreated, patients might even lose their teeth. As experienced periodontal disease specialists, our dentists can catch your infection before it leads to tooth loss. Our team optimizes your oral health with regular treatments and dental care.
Signs You May Have Periodontal Disease:
- Swollen red gums
- Gums that bleed easily
- Bad breath
- Loose teeth
- Receding gumline
- Painful chewing
What is Periodontal Disease?
Periodontal disease starts with gingivitis, which is a disease where gums are swollen and bleed easily. If caught early, gingivitis can be easily treated with good oral hygiene habits and dental cleanings. But if left to progress, gingivitis will develop into periodontal disease. Your gums will begin to pull back from the teeth and form pockets, which will be infected and cause bone loss.
We treat periodontal disease with a deep cleaning to scrub plaque and tartar off your teeth, known as scaling and root planing. If that fails, we’ll have to conduct flap surgery, a procedure that involves cutting into your gums to remove the bacteria. If that occurs, you may need gum or bone grafts to recover from periodontal disease.