A Dental Crown May Be The Answer to Your Tooth Troubles

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Dental crowns are very useful for repairing or upgrading your smile, and for protecting damaged teeth. Crowns can be used to hold a dental bridge in place, or to cover teeth that have been broken or cracked, have a had root canal, or can no longer hold together because a large filling. A crown may… Read more »

A Case of Dental Attrition Might Need Treatment

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Minor changes in your dentition can be caused by a variety of things. Changes in your jaw structure, tooth loss, or other oral health complications can alter the correct alignment of your teeth. When this happens two or more of your teeth can start to wear on each other excessively. If it’s not corrected in… Read more »

Inlays and Onlays: The Facts

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Do you think you may need to have your tooth decay treated? Have you heard that a dental filling or a crown are a few of the options you could use to deal with a cavity? While these choices are both effective in the right circumstances, had you heard of an inlay or an onlay?… Read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry Options

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Do you ever yearn for a more beautiful smile? Do smile flaws make you embarrassed, or even ashamed, of your smile? Ask Dr. what cosmetic dentistry in , , can do for your smile. Cosmetic dentistry is growing more and more popular. Our dentist has the tools needed to whiten your smile, replace missing teeth,… Read more »

Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile

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Dental implants have thousands of successful treatment stories when it comes to dental restorations. Here at in , , we are proud to offer dental important as part of your smile restoration. Dental implants can help boost your self-esteem, help make chewing and talking easier, and keep your smile healthy and strong. Dental implants can… Read more »

A Loose Crown Should Never Be Ignored

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Even though your crown has been cemented firmly onto the abutment, there are still times when a hard fall, a blow to the face or pervasive nature of gum disease can cause it to come loose. Early symptoms of compromised cement might include a minor pain when biting down, or even a slight wiggle in the… Read more »