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Welcome to Inland Choice Dental - Riverside Dentist! With state-of-the-art infection control procedures in place, our goal is to keep you and your family safe. Our friendly and experienced dental professionals provide a wide range of dental services including dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign, emergency dental care, and more. Our in-house dental savings plan is a great alternative to dental insurance, providing 10-50% off most dental procedures. New patients are welcome. So, in case you are looking for the best dentists in Riverside, schedule an appointment at our dental office
We can only imagine what our bodies would look like without bones. This scaffolding provides support, form, and protection to our organs and delicate tissue. The bone around your teeth, called alveolar bone, holds the teeth firmly in place. The particular height, shape, and density of this specialized bone can be compromised due to gum disease, tooth removal, and other forms of trauma. If bone shrinks away from your teeth, it never grows back. In some cases, bone can be encouraged to fill in with grafting materials placed by the doctor. Every situation presents a different scenario, but more options than ever exist to promote bone repair in the jaw. For example, when a tooth needs removal, a large hole then exists in the bone. While it will eventually fill in, the site tends to shrink, drawing bone away from the area jeopardizing surrounding teeth.
Toothaches are a vivid reminder that teeth aren’t just pieces of hard tissue floating around in the gums. They are intricately formed sensory organs with layers of dentin and enamel protecting a living pulp. Coursing through the tooth’s pulp is a vital bundle of nerves and blood vessels providing nutrients and sensation to each tooth. As long as the pulp stays healthy, you’re rarely aware of the systems at work. Tooth pain can be especially alarming, but it’s meant to warn you that something’s not right. Pain tells us that the bundle of nerves and vessels inside your tooth is irritated, damaged, or under attack. A deep cavity can give bacteria access to the inner nerve bundle. In some cases, a significant infection, called an abscess, may develop in your jaw without any symptoms at all. If Dr. David Choi and Dr. Andrew Choi determines that the nerve won’t recover or if an infection is present, then root canal therapy may be suggested.
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