Cincinnati Root Canal

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Where can I get a Cincinnati Root Canal?

When a tooth has been severely compromised by traumatic injury or extensive decay, root canal therapy may be the best treatment option. At Fountain Square Cosmetic Dental Group, our team is skilled and experienced in providing root canal therapy. Using state-of-the-art equipment and sophisticated techniques, our team will make sure that you are as comfortable as possible while they restore your smile to mint condition. Our Cincinnati root canal  therapy is a highly effective method for preserving or saving a damaged tooth and relieving the symptoms of a toothache.

When you visit Fountain Square Cosmetic Dental Group, you can expect to be greeted with the individualized attention and care that you deserve. Our staff believes that the defining virtues of a dental practice include providing expert care as well as being sensitivity to every patient’s unique set of needs. In addition to helping you to schedule a convenient appointment time by offering flexible scheduling options, we strive to make every visit to our office a positive experience. 

At Fountain Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we do our utmost to preserve a natural tooth that has sustained damage and to prevent or treat any related infection. Our Cincinnati root canal  treatment is a precise procedure involving the gentle removal of the diseased pulp from the interior of the tooth and then thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing the area. As a final step, a biocompatible material is inserted into the canals to prevent any new infections from developing. After the procedure is complete, the tooth is ready to be rebuilt to its natural form and full function with an appropriate restoration.

 At Fountain Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we make sure that you are comfortable and relaxed throughout your Cincinnati root canal treatment. It’s our goal to provide the highest levels of compassionate care and service. To schedule an appointment, call our office today.  

105 E. Fourth Street Suite 1175
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 290-1144

45202 Dentist

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Where can I find a 45202 dentist?

Whenever a dental emergency occurs, whether in the midst of a busy day, or in the middle of the night, having a reliable 45202 dentist only a phone call away can be a great relief.  A dental emergency is an uncomfortable, upsetting, and inconvenient experience that requires the prompt attention of a dental professional. When you have the skilled team at Foundation Square Cosmetic Dental Group at your side, it can make a dental emergency much easier to handle. At our state-of-the-art practice, we combine compassion with leading-edge technology to provide dental care at the peak of excellence.

When faced with a dental emergency it’s important to act immediately. If your tooth has been injured in an accident, call us right away. Ignoring the problem increases the risk of irreversible damage. Your trusted 45202 dentist will prioritize your call and at the first opportunity will schedule you for treatment to alleviate your discomfort and restore your smile. A toothache can be debilitating and make even simple, but essential activities such as and eating and speaking difficult. At Foundation Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we’re here to help when you need us most. 45202 dentist

Another dental emergency may be a damaged or broken bridge or denture. While that may not  be a physically painful emergency, our caring and experienced dentists treat any issue seriously affecting the function and aesthetic appeal of your smile with the same level of urgency. At Foundation Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we understand the importance of your denture for basic functions such as eating and speaking, as well as how important your denture is for your appearance. We will make every effort to repair your denture as quickly as possible.

 

At Foundation Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we’ve established ourselves as a leading 45202 dentist by providing comprehensive, and compassionate care to our patients in urgent need. Our welcoming staff will make you feel at ease in our ultramodern dental center as we work to restore your smile to mint condition. Give us call, we’re here to help. 

 

 

105 E. Fourth Street Suite 1175
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 290-1144

Cosmetic Dentist in Cincinnati

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Cincinnati Cosmetic Dentist

Has a dazzling white smile always been on your wish list? Well, thanks to advances in modern dentistry, the smile of your dreams can be achieved.  At Fountain Square Cosmetic Dental Group, your reliable cosmetic dentist in Cincinnati, we will guide you in selecting the best cosmetic solution to enhance the appearance of your smile. Our office provides a wide range of general, restorative and cosmetic services including teeth whitening, tooth-colored fillings, Invisalign, dental implants, and porcelain veneers.

 One of our most popular cosmetic dental services addresses improving the look of a smile that has been affected by teeth that are gapped, chipped, stained or slightly misaligned. Porcelain veneers are ultra-thin facings made of the highest grade of dental porcelain and are bonded directly to the front surface of imperfect teeth to improve their appearance. The procedure’s popularity can be attributed to its convenience and conservative approach. Only minimal preparation to your teeth is required beforehand and the whole process only requires a few short visits to our office. Porcelain veneers are a simple cosmetic solution that produces dramatic results. As a leading cosmetic dentist in Cincinnati, we prioritize quality in everything we do. We only use high-grade dental porcelain in the fabrication of veneers to not only ensure their attractiveness but their durability. This premium material also possesses a translucent quality that reflects light the same way real teeth do, creating a remarkably natural appearance. It’s a great long-term investment in a beautiful smile as well. They require very little maintenance beyond regular brushing, flossing, and checkups at your local dentist. 

 

At Fountain Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we use state-of-the-art equipment with sophisticated techniques to create smiles our patients can be proud to show to the world. By consistently providing everyone who comes through our doors with the highest levels of personalized care, we’ve established ourselves as a leading cosmetic dentist in Cincinnati. For any of your family’s general, cosmetic, restorative, and preventive dental needs, give us a call today to schedule an appointment. 

 

105 E. Fourth Street Suite 1175
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 290-1144

Early Oral Cancer Detection Helps Save Lives

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Most patients have no detectable symptoms during the early stages of oral cancer, but with routine dental check ups we can help you find signs and and review symptoms that might indicate oral cancer.  In the United States alone, over 35,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer every year.  While early detection boosts the survival rate to 80-90%, many times the diagnoses doesn't happen until the cancer has progressed.  For the month of April we are trying to get the awareness of oral cancer out to our patients to help that survival rate go up.  Listed below are some signs and symptoms that you can watch for yourself:

  • Patches on the lining of the mouth or tongue, usually red and white in color
  • Mouth ulcers that do not go away
  • A sore that does not heal
  • A swelling in the mouth that persists for over three weeks
  • A lump or thickening of the skin or lining of the mouth
  • Pain when swallowing
  • Loosening teeth (tooth) for no clear reason
  • Dentures don't fit properly
  • Jaw pain
  • Jaw stiffness
  • Sore throat
  • A sensation that something is stuck in your throat
  • Painful tongue
  • A hoarse voice
  • Pain in the neck that does not go away

If you have some of these symptoms you should see your doctor/dentist.  There are many other conditions and diseases with similar symptoms, but it doesn't hurt to check.


             

Please visit this link to read about an oral cancer survivor:

www.butlerfirststep.org/2012/06/oral-cancer-survivor-impacts-students/ 

Early Oral Cancer Detection Helps Save Lives

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Most patients have no detectable symptoms during the early stages of oral cancer, but with routine dental check ups we can help you find signs and and review symptoms that might indicate oral cancer.  In the United States alone, over 35,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer every year.  While early detection boosts the survival rate to 80-90%, many times the diagnoses doesn't happen until the cancer has progressed.  For the month of April we are trying to get the awareness of oral cancer out to our patients to help that survival rate go up.  Listed below are some signs and symptoms that you can watch for yourself:

  • Patches on the lining of the mouth or tongue, usually red and white in color
  • Mouth ulcers that do not go away
  • A sore that does not heal
  • A swelling in the mouth that persists for over three weeks
  • A lump or thickening of the skin or lining of the mouth
  • Pain when swallowing
  • Loosening teeth (tooth) for no clear reason
  • Dentures don't fit properly
  • Jaw pain
  • Jaw stiffness
  • Sore throat
  • A sensation that something is stuck in your throat
  • Painful tongue
  • A hoarse voice
  • Pain in the neck that does not go away

If you have some of these symptoms you should see your doctor/dentist.  There are many other conditions and diseases with similar symptoms, but it doesn't hurt to check.


             

Please visit this link to read about an oral cancer survivor:

www.butlerfirststep.org/2012/06/oral-cancer-survivor-impacts-students/ 

What to Expect When Expecting

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There must be something in the water because lately we have seen a lot of pregnant women in the office. First of all, we would like to say congratulations! We thought it would be a good idea to offer some oral health advice on what to expect when expecting.

 We know that you have a lot to think about during pregnancy, but we don’t want you to neglect your oral hygiene at the same time. The hormonal changes that occur can affect your gums and some women experience something called “pregnancy gingivitis”, which is an infection of the gums that can result in swelling and tenderness. One indicator of gingivitis during pregnancy is bleeding gums while brushing or flossing.

 

Sometimes, the gums in between the teeth can become enlarged, bleed easily, and look like a raw mulberrylike surface. These growths typically appear during the second trimester and are known as “pregnancy tumors”. These are not cancerous and normally disappear on their own after pregnancy.

 You should continue to see your dentist regularly during pregnancy for oral examinations and cleanings. Some dentist may even recommend more frequent cleanings in order to prevent gingivitis. It is very important to maintain good oral health because studies indicate that pregnant women with periodontal disease, or gum disease, are at increased risk for pre-term delivery, which increases the risk of having a low-birth weight baby.

 Patients are normally concerned about taking dental x-rays during the pregnancy; typically, we can defer taking x-rays until the baby is born. Pregnant women should not be treated with tetracycline because it can cause staining of the fetus’ developing teeth, causing them to look gray or brown permanently. Believe it or not, children’s teeth begin forming as early as 4 months in utero!

 Your oral health is an important part of your overall health, and untreated dental disease can be harmful to you and your baby. The keys to maintaining good oral hygiene are brushing your teeth thoroughly twice a day, floss in between the teeth daily, and limit exposure to sugars because the longer it remains on the tooth, the greater the risk of decay. For more information on oral health during pregnancy, please visit the American Dental Assocation website.

Hello Chicago!

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The entire office recently got back from the Chicago Dental Society 146th Midwinter Meeting. While we were there, we attended a few seminars and continuing education courses, looked into new products and technology, and of course, did a little shopping!

Our assistants, Megan, Katie, and Amanda, attended a principle-based course on improving patient satisfaction, smile enhancement, and laser therapy. Our front office staff, Teresa and Sheryl, learned how to communicate more effectively and help the practice run smoothly. The hygienists, Brandie, Devin, and Erica, became more knowledgeable about the multifaceted world of medicine and how we play a vital role in our patients’ overall health and well-being. We left the heavy lifting up to the doctors of course. They were on a mission to find the latest and greatest in the world of dentistry! 

Throughout the year, the office staff attends various courses to stay up to date on treatment protocols in order to provide our patients with the best treatment possible. We take pride in the advancements that have been made in dentistry and spend upwards of 40 hours a year outside of the office keeping up with everything.

 Don’t worry, our time in Chicago wasn’t all spent in seminars! We did get to eat at the famous Weber Grill, and do a little shopping on Michigan Avenue. Feel free to ask us about our trip next time you are in the office!

 

Your Furry Friend's Bad Breath...

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month! The American Veterinary Medical Association is trying to help out Man's Best Friend and make owners aware of the significance of their pet's oral health. We don't want you to neglect your teeth and gums or your pet's either! If your furry friend has bad breath it could signify a serious health risk, not just with their teeth and gums, but their internal organs as well. Dogs and cats can develop periodontal disease (gums disease) just like the rest of us. Daily homecare is essential, but it is also recommended that dogs get a professional cleaning once a year, at the vet's office of course. Sorry, we do not treat pets at our office; humans only please! : ) 

At Fountain Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we don't just care about your health and happiness, but your whole families-including your four-legged friends!

Click below to watch an instructional video about how to brush and take care of your pet's chompers!