Chewing your food should be a joy, not a chore. If you’ve been avoiding foods you love due to dental issues, it’s time to talk with Dr. James Eike. He and the rest of our Smile Creations team understand how important it is for you to enjoy each meal. It’s one of life’s simple pleasures!Patients Who Have a Hard Time Chewing Read Transcript
If you were to come see me saying you were having a hard time chewing, what we would do is we would want to make sure that we understood the reason why. Was it because of a toothache? Was it because of you're missing teeth? We will kind of decide and figure out what it is that is causing your problem. Then once we've figured out what the problem is, we can start to look at how we can treat it and get you back to better health.
There’s more to it than that, though. If you aren’t properly chewing your food, you could experience digestive issues. You could also cause damage to your gums and other teeth by changing your chewing patterns.
That’s why we want you to check out the info below, then give us a call today at 920-243-4122 to make an appointment at our Neenah, WI dentist office.
Restorative Dentistry: Helping You Go Back For Second Helpings
At Smile Creations, we provide restorative dentistry solutions to repair and replace any of your teeth so you can love every breakfast, lunch, and dinner that will surely help you if you have a hard time chewing.
These solutions include:
- Dental Implants, which can provide you with a stronger bite and healthier smile
- Dentures, which can replace all of your teeth
- Tooth Fillings to repair teeth damaged by cavities
- Root Canals to eliminate pain caused by damaged pulp in your teeth
- Dental Crowns to repair broken or damaged teeth
- Dental Bridges to replace a few missing teeth (we also offer bridges supported by dental implants)
We also offer free consultations for our services in our comfortable office!
Speaking of comfort, we will always make sure you have the most relaxing experience possible while being treated. We will numb your mouth before any procedure that could cause discomfort. Distracting yourself with a TV show can also help calm you if you’re nervous to be in a dentist’s chair.