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Newport Beach CA Wisdom Teeth Removal

Dentist in Newport Beach CA

Newport Beach CA Wisdom Teeth Removal

Newport Beach CA Wisdom Teeth Removal

If you are experiencing painful wisdom teeth, you should visit us at our dental practice, J Foster Weems DDS, for emergency dental care. At our dental practice, our dentist, Dr. J. Foster Weems, can provide you with Newport Beach CA wisdom teeth removal.

Wisdom teeth are much more likely to have problems erupting then other teeth do. This is because the wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt, and by this time there can be little room left in the mouth. Wisdom teeth are often referred to as the third molars. Wisdom teeth are prone to developing many different types of problems and may try to come in sideways, only partially come in, or can even become impacted underneath the gums. For this reason, wisdom teeth can be the source of much pain and infection in the mouth. They can also cause facial swelling and other oral problems. If a wisdom tooth becomes infected, the infection can even spread to other parts of the mouth or other parts of the body. It is important that you see our dentist for any wisdom teeth problems. Our dentist will be able to thoroughly assess the situation and let you know if you are a good candidate for Newport Beach CA wisdom teeth removal. When wisdom teeth are removed, they do not need to be replaced with dental implants or other teeth replacements. It is very common for wisdom tooth removal to be performed. If your wisdom teeth have fully erupted without causing any pain or any disruption to existing teeth, there is no need to see our dentist regarding your wisdom teeth. However, if your wisdom teeth are causing tooth pain, have only partially erupted, or are causing any type of disruption in your mouth, you should visit our dentist as soon as possible.

If you are experiencing tooth pain caused by wisdom teeth, and need to have Newport Beach CA wisdom teeth removal, contact our office for an appointment.

J Foster Weems DDS
1617 Westcliff Drive, Suite 201
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 371-8817

Dentist in Newport Beach

Dental Veneers in Newport Beach

Dentist in Newport Beach

Dentist in Newport Beach

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if our dentist in Newport Beach could just place some thin shells over your teeth, ones that look like teeth, and simply cover any and all of the imperfections that your smile has? Well, it’s not only possible, but with dental veneers, it’s a simple, safe, and effective reality. It doesn’t matter if your teeth have chips or cracks; or if the gaps between them are too wide. Even poorly-sized, misshapen, crooked, and discolored teeth will all look better thanks to veneers. In fact, the more of these issues you have, the more valuable this cosmetic service is for you. But even if you only have one concern about the appearance of your teeth, there is every reason to take advantage of veneers as permanent solution to the problem.

Dental veneers are often made out of porcelain, a material that has two major benefits to recommend it. First, because it is a very good match for the color of your teeth, there is no awkwardness of self-consciousness about them. To anyone else’s eyes, they just look like your natural teeth. Second, porcelain is resistant to stains. So if you engage in any typical habits that cause tooth discoloration, such as smoking, drinking tea or coffee, or eating berries (among other foods and drinks), you can feel much more confident in continuing your indulgences without worrying about the whiteness of your veneers. Our dentist in Newport Beach wants you to have the best-looking smile possible for as long as possible.

The process of getting dental veneers starts with an exam and consultation to ensure that you’re a good candidate for them. Once that is established, impressions will be taken by our dentist in Newport Beach. They will be sent to a dental lab, where your new veneers will be created. You will then return and have them fitted over your teeth and adjusted, as necessary. There is a small loss of natural tooth material when you get veneers. This is to keep the thickness of your teeth constant, and allow room for the thinness of the veneers to be placed over them.

J Foster Weems DDS
1617 Westcliff Drive, Suite 201
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 371-8817