Sometimes it’s easier to find the solution by addressing the problem you know you have. Here are some of the most common dental problems:
We can determine the cause of your bad breath and offer solutions!
We have options for fixing a chipped or broken tooth, depending on the location and extent.
A cavity is when bacteria gets inside your tooth and starts destroying it, sometimes causing a hole or discoloration. We have options to restore your tooth back to normal.
If you are looking to brighten up your smile, Pensacola Family Dental has a few different types of whitening procedures that fit almost any budget and time frame!
If you tend to be nervous or anxious at the dentist, you’re not alone! Dental fear is a very common problem, and our team is well-trained to help put you at ease. If needed, we also have options such as laughing gas or medicine to help you relax.
Gum Disease, also known as periodontal disease, is the most common reason that adults lose their teeth. Signs of gum disease can include bleeding with brushing/flossing, swollen gums, and loose teeth. We can stop the disease process and get your mouth back to health.
Toothaches can be caused by many reasons, including a cracked tooth, a cavity, infection of tooth, infection of bone, recession, or an improper filling/restoration. We have solutions to get you out of pain fast!
Signs of an infection can include swelling, tenderness, and pain. We offer various treatment options for infections, depending on the location and extent.
A misaligned bite could cause uneven and accelerated wearing of your teeth, leading to greater problems down the road. We have options that will correct your bite while also straightening your teeth to give you a better smile.
A root canal is needed when damage occurs to a tooth’s nerve. This can happen due to an injury or due to a very large cavity. We can repair your tooth’s nerve by doing a root canal.
Wisdom teeth can present unique challenges, including difficulty cleaning them, not having enough space for them, or developing an infection and sometimes pain because of them. We have treatment options for the removal of wisdom teeth.