By Schneider Family Dentistry
May 08, 2020
Category: Dental Health
Tags: Dental Emergency  

How your emergency dentists in Gaithersburg, Maryland can help when you have a dental emergency

Dental emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, and when you least expect it. Your emergency dentist can help. Dr. Adam Schneider and Dr. Katie Staub at Schneider Family Dentistry in Gaithersburg, Maryland offer family, and emergency dental services to help you when you have a dental emergency.

So, how do you know if you are dealing with a dental emergency? There are a few things to pay attention to, such as:

  • If you have a toothache that doesn’t go away
  • If you have a tooth that is painful when you eat or drink hot, cold, or sweet foods or beverages
  • If you knock your tooth loose or knock it out completely
  • If your filling or crown is loose or has fallen out
  • If your dental implant or dental bridge is loose

You may also be involved in an accident or had an injury affecting your face, jaws, or teeth. In these cases, seek out help from your dentist as soon as you can.

One of your body’s first lines of defense is pain, and that includes tooth pain. When you are experiencing tooth pain, it could be a sign of tooth decay, and you may need a dental filling. If you have lost a substantial amount of tooth structure, you may need a dental crown.

If you are experiencing tooth pain that increases when you eat or drink hot or cold foods or beverages, it could be a sign you have damaged the inner layer of your tooth, an area known as the pulp. The pulp is where the nerves and blood supply are located. When the pulp becomes damaged, you probably need a root canal.

Your emergency dentist will take x-rays and do a thorough dental examination to determine the appropriate treatment for your dental emergency. The key is to seek out treatment early before your dental problem can become worse.

When you have a dental emergency, it’s nice to know that your family and emergency dentist is on hand to help when you need it. To find out more about dental emergencies and dental emergency treatment, call Dr. Adam Schneider and Dr. Katie Staub of Schneider Family Dentistry in Gaithersburg, Maryland at (301) 948-3111. Call today!

By Schneider Family Dentistry
February 24, 2020
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: dental implants  

Say goodbye to those unsightly gaps in your smile and say hello to a full smile again.

Dental implants are providing countless adults dealing with tooth loss with a new lease on life and you could be next. If you are missing one or more teeth then it might be time to talk with our Gaithersburg, MD, dentists Dr. Adam Schneider and Dr. Katie Staub about whether or not dental implants are right for you.

What is a dental implant?

Dental implants are the only tooth replacement out there that actually functions just like a real tooth does. The metal implant itself is an artificial tooth root, which is placed into the jawbone where it will, over time, fuse together with bone and tissue to become a permanent part of the jawbone. From there, our Gaithersburg, MD, restorative dentist will place a dental crown over the implant.

What are the benefits of dental implants?

Since implants are as close to real teeth as you can come, it should come as no surprise that implants offer some pretty amazing benefits. The benefits of dental implants include,

  • Restore chewing and speaking
  • Improved appearance and self-confidence
  • Preventing teeth from shifting into open gaps in your smile
  • Preserving the jawbone, preventing bone loss and supporting your facial structure

Implants are also considered long-term tooth replacements so you won’t have to worry about having to replace the restoration every few years. In fact, an implant is strong enough to last several decades, which means that you could end up having this new tooth for the rest of your life.

What makes someone a good candidate for dental implants?

Dental implants can be used to replace one, several or even all of your teeth. Therefore, healthy adults dealing with some degree of tooth loss could be right for dental implants. During your consultation, we will perform an oral exam and take x-rays to check the health of your teeth, gums and jawbone. We will also go through your medical history to pinpoint health problems or issues that could affect the implant process.

Don’t just ignore your tooth loss. Our dentists here in Gaithersburg, MD, offer many ways in which to treat your tooth loss. Call Schneider Family Dentistry today and let’s talk about how dental implants could improve your smile.

By Schneider Family Dentistry
February 19, 2020
Category: Dental
Tags: Tooth Replacement  

How your dentists in Gaithersburg, Maryland can give you back your smile.

If you are living with missing teeth, you are living with an incomplete smile. Fortunately, thanks to modern dental materials and techniques, your dentist can give you back your smile. You can regain your ability to chew and enjoy your food. You can also regain your self-esteem and self-confidence, knowing you have a great-looking smile.

Dr. Adam Schneider and Dr. Katie Staub at Schneider Family Dentistry in Gaithersburg, Maryland offer a full range of tooth replacement options to complete your smile. Consider these amazing ways to give you the smile you deserve:

Dental implants, which look and function just like natural teeth; you brush and floss them just like natural teeth too, so it’s easy to keep your smile healthy. The dental implant crown is made of light-reflective material that looks just like tooth enamel, and it’s stain-resistant so your dental implants will look beautiful for years. Dental implants are the most successful surgical implant, boasting a success rate of over 95 percent. You can replace a single missing tooth, multiple missing teeth, or a complete arch of teeth with dental implants.

Dental bridgework, which has one or more prosthetic teeth, known as pontics, which replace your missing teeth; the teeth adjacent to the space are crowned and the pontics are attached to them for support. Dental bridgework provides sturdy tooth replacement which becomes a permanent addition to your smile that you never have to take out. You brush the bridge normally, and floss using threaders to go underneath the bridge.

Dental appliances, including partials to replace a few teeth, or dentures to replace an entire arch of teeth; Dentures are realistic looking and comfortable, and you remove them at night and to clean them. They are excellent, budget-friendly tooth replacement which will provide years of smiles.

You don’t have to live without your smile. If you need to replace missing teeth, you and your smile need to discover the magic of great tooth replacement options. It’s time for you to call Dr. Adam Schneider and Dr. Katie Staub at Schneider Family Dentistry in Gaithersburg, Maryland at (301) 948-3111. Call today.

By Schneider Family Dentistry
December 18, 2019
Category: Oral Health

Concerned about the health of your gums? You may have good reason—gum disease (i.e. periodontal disease) not only damages your gums, but it is also one of the leading causes of tooth loss today. Fortunately, regular dental checkups provided by your Gaithersburg, MD, dentists, Drs. Adam Schneider and Katie Staub, provide effective gum disease treatments to help protect your smile!

How can I tell if I have periodontal disease?

Often the most obvious symptoms of this condition are bleeding or tender gums. Although a little bleeding when you brush may not seem like a huge problem, bleeding can point to gingivitis, the beginning form of periodontal disease. Other gum disease symptoms can include:

  • Chronic bad breath
  • Swollen, red, puffy gums
  • An unpleasant taste in your mouth
  • Receding gums
  • Spaces between your gums and teeth
  • Pus between your gums and teeth
  • Pain, especially when you chew or eat hot, cold or sugary foods and drinks
  • Loose teeth or dentures

What types of treatments are available?

Gingivitis can often be reversed with a dental cleaning and improved oral hygiene. Visiting your Gaithersburg dentist every six months for exams and cleanings is a simple way to protect your gums.

If the disease has progressed passed this stage, your dentist may recommend a deep cleaning. During this cleaning, plaque and tartar are removed above and below your gum line. You may also need to use oral or topical antibiotics for a short period of time following the cleaning.

Severe gum disease destroys gum tissue and may also affect the bones and ligaments that hold your teeth in place. If you have this form of the disease, you may need oral surgery to close the spaces/pockets around your teeth to remove the debris, bacteria, plaque, and tartar. Tissue and bone grafts might also be required to replace the lost gum tissue and bone.

Lasers are often used to perform gum surgery today. Many people can return to their normal activities within just 24 hours after laser surgery.

If you've lost teeth due to gum disease, your dentist may recommend bridges, dental implants, full dentures or implant-supported dentures, depending on the degree of tooth loss.

Contact us

Don't let periodontal disease destroy your smile. Call your Gaithersburg, MD, dentists, Drs. Adam Schneider and Katie Staub, at (301) 948-3111 to schedule a consultation.

By Schneider Family Dentistry
September 05, 2019
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry helps patients achieve their dreams smiles through the help of several different aesthetic treatment options. Of course, with today's advancements in dental technology, our Gaithersburg, MD, family dentists, Dr. Adam Schneider and Dr. Katie Staub, can now offer more ways to get a beautiful smile than ever before. Here are some of our top cosmetic dental treatments and how they can help you:

Dental Bonding

Dealing with a small aesthetic defect such as a chip or discoloration in a tooth? Do you have a small gap between your front teeth that you wish you could cover-up? Bonding is one of the easiest and most inexpensive cosmetic dental treatments available at our Gaithersburg office, and it can quickly take care of these issues. Bonding involves applying thin layers of tooth-colored resin on to dental flaws in order to cover them. Once the resin is applied, it’s hardened into place with a special light—thus creating your new smile!

Gum Contouring

Are you embarrassed by your gummy smile? If so, then gum contouring may be right for you. This simple procedure involves removing excess gum tissue to reveal more of your teeth and reshape an uneven gum line.

Teeth Whitening

If your teeth have been discolored from years of coffee and darkly pigmented foods, professional teeth whitening can get rid of those serious yellow stains and completely rejuvenate your smile. In as little as a single whitening session, we can get your smile several shades whiter, making it the fastest way to get a brighter smile.

Dental Veneers

If you want to get a smile that’s just as beautiful as your favorite celebrity’s pearly whites, then dental veneers may be right for you. During treatment, our dentist will bond these thin porcelain shells to the front of your teeth in order to improve the overall shape, color, and alignment of your smile. This cosmetic restoration is ideal for hiding more widespread dental flaws.

Interested? Give us a Call

Want to further discuss your cosmetic dentistry options? Then call Schneider Family Dentistry's Gaithersburg office today at (301) 948-3111 to schedule your consultation.





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