At Baltimore Dental Co., we take a comprehensive approach to treating your dental concerns. Dr. Leah Romay is a Glyndon, Maryland dentist that works with patients one-on-one to address their oral health needs. Dr. Romay accepts patients of all ages who want to maintain their oral health and target their dental problems. Learn more about common dental concerns we treat below. We are always able to diagnose and recommend treatment based on your specific needs.
Common Dental Concerns
Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss your teeth? Constant sore or bleeding gums can be a sign of gingivitis, or gum inflammation, which is an early stage of gum disease, also known as periodontitis. We can easily determine if you have gum disease and recommend the appropriate treatment. Schedule biannual appointments for routine dental cleanings so we can stop gingivitis early on.
Crooked teeth can pose serious oral health problems if they are not corrected. Because it is difficult to clean between misaligned teeth, plaque can easily build upon enamel and gums. Often, patients with crooked or misaligned teeth are more prone to tooth decay and gum disease. However, we offer Invisalign clear aligners to straighten crooked teeth for a healthier and more balanced smile. For patients with minorly crooked teeth, they may want to consider tooth bonding or dental veneers. These cosmetic treatments enhance the appearance of your smile.
If you or your child have dental fear or anxiety, please let us know. Our friendly and compassionate dental team can provide sedation options during routine appointments or dental procedures. We aim to provide dental care that is as comfortable as possible, which is why we explain every step of the treatment process to assuage any fear or anxiety you may have.
Do you have chronic bad breath? Halitosis, or bad breath, is often caused by smoking or tobacco use, poor oral hygiene, dry mouth, or certain medications or health conditions. For fresher breath, remember to brush and floss twice a day. You can even use a tongue scraper to remove bacteria from the tongue. Regularly clean your mouthguard, dentures, or dental bridge if you have one for fresher breath.
At Baltimore Dental Co., we offer multiple replacement options for missing teeth, including dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants. Missing teeth can not only compromise the aesthetics of your smile but your overall oral health. If gaps left by missing teeth are not filled, remaining natural teeth could shift and become crooked and overcrowded. However, Dr. Romay works with patients on an individual basis to replace missing teeth with options that work best for their oral health needs.
Contact Our Glyndon, MD Dental Office
Do you want to treat crooked or missing teeth? Schedule an appointment with Dr. Romay online. You may also call Baltimore Dental Co. at 410.220.4680. Feel free to ask questions about your specific dental concerns or our treatment options. We will be happy to assist you.