Restorative Dentistry

Laser gum disease treatment
How Exactly Does Laser Gum Disease Treatment Work?
A Gentle, Noninvasive Approach to Treating Gum Disease Dental technology is always advancing at a rapid pace, with new treatment options continually becoming available to improve your oral health outcomes and patient experience. Laser gum disease treatment is one such advancement, and it is an incredibly effective option that can stop the progression of gum…
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Dental Root Canal Treatment For Tooth Decay
Root canals unfairly get a bad reputation. I can’t tell you how many times I have heard a patient groan at the prospect of a root canal. “I heard root canals are so painful,” says the patient. The reality is that the root canal therapy/root canal treatment is the “good guy” and is what brings relief to…
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Cracked Tooth Symptoms and Treatment
People are walking around every day completely unaware that there is a cracked tooth in his/her mouth. Why? This is because cracked teeth do not necessarily hurt. We see cracked teeth in our practice every single day. Sometimes it’s during routine hygiene appointments, because the tooth has broken, and other times it’s because it hurts when the…
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Taking Care of Your Dentures-DOs And DONTs
Taking care of dentures is super important because they serve a vital function for you. If you wear dentures, maintaining them is part of oral care for you. To ensure your oral health is optimal, follow these dos and don’ts of denture maintenance: DO take them out before you sleep Try not to go to bed with…
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Missing Teeth & The Importance of Dental Implants
Pull aside any adult and ask them what George Washington’s teeth were made of. Odds are most of them will say “wood.” And while they’re not entirely correct—his dentures actually included different replacement materials like human teeth, animal teeth, ivory and metal alloys—that example goes to show just how prominent false teeth have been in…
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Dental Stabilization: A Possibility For You?
About 15 percent people have dentures in the United States; whether you have dentures or need to replace your missing teeth, you can benefit from dental implants to secure your denture in place. This increases your chewing power and can make your denture feel more secure in its place. Denture stabilization is a process through which implants…
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To Go for Dental Implants or Not? Experts Tell You All You Need to Know to Decide
Losing your teeth can shake your confidence especially if you’re missing one of the front teeth. It affects your confidence and restricts you from enjoying your life. A study found that tooth loss can also lead to depression. Dental implants provide a viable alternative to outdated bridges and dentures and provide a long-term tooth replacement option and help…
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