Everything You Need to Know About Dental Crowns

All About Dental Crowns When you look in the mirror, you might not feel happy with your smile, especially if there is a broken or damaged tooth. What’s more, a tooth that needs a cap may also cause pain or become infected. If a dentist told you there is something wrong with your tooth and…

Types of Crowns: Which Is Best for You?

We do damage to ourselves all the time without meaning to. This is especially true of our teeth and gums. Sometimes, adults can break a tooth chewing on a piece of ice. There are other times when a tooth can break or crack because you clench or grind your teeth at night. Teeth can also…

Children's Chipped Teeth

Follow These Steps When Dealing With Children’s Chipped Teeth Children are going to get hurt as they grow; it’s a natural consequence of being a kid. If your child chips or breaks a new permanent tooth, you need to treat it as a dental emergency. Take the following steps to minimize the pain and trauma…

Understanding Cracked Tooth Symptoms and Treatment

Know The Types Of A Cracked Tooth, Symptoms & Relief You bite onto a hard piece of candy and feel a pop in your tooth. Upon further inspection, you notice that your tooth appears to be cracked. Whether the pain sets in immediately or doesn’t begin for days, this is a sign that you need…

4 Ways to Improve Your Smile without Metal Restorations

Metal-Free Dentistry More people than ever are turning to metal-free dentistry in order to correct dental health issues. For decades, metal has been used to create dental restorations and fillings. However, recent research suggests that better options may exist. Studies indicate that metal fillings could be connected to tooth fractures, and people living with metal…

Cosmetic Dental Procedures

What are the best cosmetic dental procedures for me?   Do you have chipped, cracked, misshapen, uneven, overcrowded, protruding, weak, damaged, stained, or discolored teeth? Are there unsightly gaps between them? Have you lost one or more teeth because of injury, gum disease or tooth decay? Do you have a gummy smile that some people…

Crowns in a single visit!   A dental crown is a dental prosthesis that is used to cover a damaged tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and appearance. When this tooth-shaped “cap” is firmly cemented into its place, it completely encases the visible portion of the tooth, giving the impression that you have a…

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