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A dental abscess is the result of an infected tooth or may be the result of severe gum disease. The abscess itself—which is a swollen area typically filled with pus—forms at the root of the tooth that’s infected. A dental abscess is usually painful and will require treatment as soon as possible. But how exactly is …

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With dental implants, your missing tooth is securely replaced with a titanium post and a dental crown. Dental implants can also be used to replace multiple missing teeth. A dental implant is the strongest, most reliable dental restoration you could invest in. With more patients with missing teeth considering …

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The crown is the part of your tooth that’s visible above the gumline. Normally, the gums protect your tooth roots beneath this tissue and only expose parts of the teeth that are necessary. However, for some patients or some procedures, a dental crown lengthening is needed. Dental crown lengthening is a process …

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Dental implants are an excellent replacement for your missing teeth. Although they cost more than other alternatives, they’ll last for life and never need to be replaced. Dental implants are permanent replacements that are secure, functional, and look just like your natural teeth. The traditional process for …

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If one or more of your teeth needs a dental crown, you might wonder why your dentist has fitted you with a temporary crown. Dental crowns are custom and often take two or more weeks to be completed at an outside lab before they can become permanent additions to your mouth. Here’s why you need a temporary crown and …

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Your dentist may have spoken with you about getting a temporary dental crown on your tooth before getting your permanent crown. Why is this? And what exactly is a temporary dental crown? Here is the total 411 about temporary dental crowns—everything you need to know before getting one! What Are Temporary Dental …

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