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By Emerald Coast Family Dentistry
March 24, 2022
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: dental crowns  

Unfortunately, it’s possible for your teeth to become damaged because of decay or trauma. It may feel like there’s no way to get back the smile you once loved, but there are options to repair your damaged smile. Dr. Jennifer Georgiades of Emerald Coast Family Dentistry in Pensacola, FL, offers dental crowns to restore your damaged tooth and give you a strong smile that you can be proud of!

Dental crowns from your dentist in Pensacola, FL, can restore and strengthen a weakened tooth. They are used to completely cover your damaged tooth, giving it protection from any further damage. This will also reinforce your tooth and make it easy to bite and chew again, giving you the ability to enjoy the foods you may have been avoiding.

Dental crowns can be made of multiple materials, but are often made from porcelain, which looks like your enamel because it is light reflective. Crowns flawlessly blend into your smile, giving you a completely natural look. They are custom-made to match the shape, size, and color of the rest of your teeth.

With proper care, your dental crown can last for years without adjustments. Luckily, caring for your crown is easy. As long as you brush and floss daily, as well as visit your dentist for regular checkups, your crown should stay clean and free of any further issues.

Contact Your Dentist Today!

Don’t let a damaged tooth ruin your smile! Contact Dr. Jennifer Georgiades of Emerald Coast Family Dentistry in Pensacola, FL, to learn more about dental crowns and how they can repair your smile! Call today at (850) 944-9655.

By Emerald Coast Family Dentistry
March 17, 2022
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: dental implants  

Are you a candidate for dental implants?

When you are missing teeth, it is critical to replace them. Without all your teeth, chewing and eating can be challenging, as well as uncomfortable. Missing teeth can also destabilize your bite. Dental implants are a great option for replacing teeth that are missing or are badly diseased. A dental implant at Emerald Coast Family Dentistry offers relief, support, and stability to your bite, and often, implants are the most natural and effective option available.

Dr. Jennifer Georgiades and our team have helped many patients using implant dentistry at our Pensacola, FL, office restore their smiles to look more natural. Each implant is created to fit in perfectly with the look of the rest of your teeth.

Besides making your smile appear more natural, dental implants have other benefits. They include:

  • Restoring your ability to properly chew food
  • Preventing your teeth from shifting and moving
  • Stabilizing your bite, helping you avoid pain or discomfort

If you are missing a tooth or multiple teeth and feel like you are a candidate for dental implants, Dr. Jennifer Georgiades at Emerald Coast Family Dentistry in Pensacola, FL, encourage you to give us a call to schedule an appointment. Dial 850-944-9655 today for your next appointment.

By Emerald Coast Family Dentistry
December 02, 2021
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: Nitrous Oxide  

At Emerald Coast Family Dentistry, Dr. Jennifer Georgiades offers sedation so that even fearful patients can get all the dental care they need. Your family dentist in Pensacola, FL, wants you to be comfortable and stress-free at the dentist to make a better and quicker appointment for everyone. Don't put off the dental work you need out of fear, come see us today!

Dental anxiety

We can understand that most people don't really look forward to a dental appointment, but for some patients, the experience can be unbearable due to dental anxiety. Whether you've had a negative experience at a previous dentist or have always been wary of the dental chair, sedation can help you get through an appointment and help your dentist get more work done. We never want fear to keep you from delaying dental work because that will only cause more dental problems for you in the future! If you have dental anxiety we will accommodate you with sedation to make your appointment at your family dentist in Pensacola, FL, stress-free!

Sedation with Nitrous oxide

Nitrous oxide is also known as laughing gas because aside from making you relax it can also make you feel happy and giggly. You inhale the gas through your nose, and it is administered and monitored throughout the procedure. You may still be aware of your surroundings but be less responsive to stimuli, so your fears can't get the best of you.

When you are sedated at the dentist, your dentist can get through more work in one appointment, making for less time spent at the dentist overall. You may only have a hazy memory of the appointment as a whole once it's over. With a more pleasant experience at the dentist, we hope to lessen your anxiety for future visits.

Emerald Coast Family Dentistry is happy to offer sedation to anxious patients. Your family dentist in Pensacola, FL, wants you to get the dental care you need even if you have dental anxiety. To make an appointment with Dr. Georgiades, contact us at (850) 944-9655.

By Emerald Coast Family Dentistry
September 16, 2021
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: cosmetic dentistry  

Dental damage can become very persistent and require the best cosmetic dentistry Pensacola, FL has to offer to repair the damage. But what kind of care methods does Dr. Jennifer Georgiades offer at Emerald Coast Family Dentistry? Here are a few of our most common and popular care methods. Utilizing these will help to ensure that you don't run into any long-term decay issues. 

Cosmetic Bonding – A Useful Technique 

Bonding helps repair tiny cracks or chips in your teeth and keeps them strong and healthy for years to come. It uses a material that matches your regular teeth, bonds them to the tooth with an appropriate material, and helps to keep your oral health solid and secure. 

Crowns and Bridges – Help With Missing Teeth 

If you're missing several teeth in a row but don't want to get dentures, this option may be right for you. They'll replace the missing teeth in your mouth to improve your appearance and make it easier to eat. While they do not insert directly into the jaw, they still provide an overall improvement. 

Implants – Great for Missing Teeth 

Are you missing one or more teeth that aren't near each other? Then, you might want to consider implants. This process inserts a titanium rod into your jaw and then an artificial tooth and crown. This approach helps to fill in the gaps of your smile and keeps your jaw bone very strong. 

Fillings – A Very Common Treatment Method 

The most common cosmetic dentistry Pensacola, FL residents receive is fillings. A filling goes into cracks in your teeth to prevent them from worsening. It also protects the roots of your teeth from further damage while minimizing the risk of severe infections and other problems.

Veneers – A Great Way to Protect Your Teeth 

Do you have a large number of cracks and chips in your teeth that are affecting your overall oral health? Veneers can help! They fit snugly over your teeth to create a protective barrier from this problem. In addition, they have a tooth-colored design that helps to make them look more natural and appropriate in your mouth, giving you a look and feel that you enjoy. 

Take Great Care of Your Teeth 

Do you think that cosmetic dentistry in Pensacola, FL, is suitable for your needs? Then, please call Dr. Jennifer Georgiades at Emerald Coast Family Dentistry today. When you dial (850) 944-9655, you can set up an appointment for these procedures to take care of your overall oral health needs and get the solid and healthy smile that you want and deserve. We take many types of insurance for our patients.

By Emerald Coast Family Dentistry
September 13, 2021
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: Teeth Cleanings  

Emerald Coast Family Dentistry and Dr. Jennifer Georgiades are here for you to provide comprehensive dental care for the whole family. Your family dentist in Pensacola, FL, recommends regular teeth cleaning appointments twice a year to help keep your mouth healthy and your smile looking beautiful!

Regular teeth cleaning appointments are the basis of preventative care for all patients. During an appointment, all plaque and tartar are removed from your teeth by a dental professional. This helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease so your smile stays looking great.

When plaque builds up on the teeth it eats away at the enamel, creating a cavity. Cavities start small but only get bigger when left untreated. You should see your family dentist in Pensacola, FL, for regular teeth cleaning appointments so you have exams often and catch any cavities early.

Regular teeth cleanings also help prevent gum disease. When plaque and tartar build up on the surfaces of the teeth, the bacteria irritate the gums and they become red, inflamed, and start to pull away from the teeth. Gum disease can lead to loose teeth and tooth loss when it isn't treated, so it's best to be examined twice a year for signs

When you see your family dentist in Pensacola, FL, for regular teeth cleaning appointments, you are also saving yourself time and money at the dentist. Small cavities can be filled with small fillings but when you have a tooth with a lot of decay, you could need more costly dental work like a root canal or tooth replacement.

In addition to regular teeth cleaning appointments, your dentist will recommend brushing for two minutes twice a day and flossing at least once a day. Keep up a great oral hygiene routine at home, schedule regular dental visits, and you'll keep your mouth healthy!

Come to Emerald Coast Family Dentistry twice a year for teeth cleaning appointments. When you keep up with regular appointments you prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and protect your investment in your smile. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Jennifer Georgiades, contact us in Pensacola, FL, at (850) 944-9655.





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