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A dental crown helps to protect a tooth that’s otherwise damaged, such as a cracked tooth or a tooth that’s seen extensive decay. In the past, dental crowns were part of a restoration that could take weeks to complete. However, new technology is allowing patients to go home with their permanent restoration that …

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Of course you want your teeth to look as bright as possible. Whiter teeth give the appearance of health and youth as well as boosting your confidence, so it’s understandable that white teeth would be a priority! But what happens when you want a professional teeth whitening but you have dental implants or dentures? …

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Contrary to the belief of some, it is possible for cavities to form under dental fillings! Although dental fillings are designed to seal your tooth and protect your teeth, no dental filling material lasts forever. Whether you have silver amalgam fillings or composite resin ones, your filling will need to be …

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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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Gold is one of the oldest materials used in dentistry and has been used for thousands of years to help restore teeth. Gold has many advantages for restoring teeth: it’s biocompatible, meaning there’s an extremely small chance the body would react to it. It’s not considered to be toxic to the body, resists …

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While our teeth experience normal wear and tear, teeth can experience damage that goes beyond what’s considered normal. Worn down teeth can impact your chewing, your appearance, and may even be painful. Tooth wear can happen quickly or over a long period of time. Unfortunately, most people don’t notice the wear …

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Dental fluorosis is a condition in which the appearance of the tooth enamel is marked by faint white spots or streaks in the teeth. Dental fluorosis may be mild and hardly noticeable, or it may be severe and affect the appearance of your smile. How does dental fluorosis happen and what can you do about it? Here’s …

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The New Year is upon us, and you want your smile to look and feel its best. Whether you’re on top of your oral care or you’ve been skipping the dentist for the last few years, everyone deserves to have a healthy and beautiful smile. If you’ve been considering getting your smile treated before the New Year …

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Your wedding day is supposed to be one of the most magical days of your life, but when you’re worried about how your smile will look in your wedding photos, anxiety can outweigh joy on this special day. Fortunately, you have several cosmetic dentistry options to create your dream smile and make your perfect day …

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Dental crowns can help save your smile! These strong teeth protectors act as caps that cover your tooth in order to achieve a variety of both cosmetic and functional goals for your smile. These crowns are permanently adhered to your smile and can restore the appearance of your teeth! Dental crowns have a variety …

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