One of the most common dental restoration treatments is a dental crown. It’s a tooth-shaped cap that can be made from metals, porcelain, resin, or ceramics, and it covers the visible part of the tooth. Read our blog post to find out what dental crowns can do for you.
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Sometimes, it’s easy to tell when you’ve cracked your tooth. Other times, it’s not so clear. Read our blog post for a look at different symptoms of a cracked tooth.
Whether you’re missing teeth or unsatisfied with your dentures, dental implants are a great way to restore the appearance and function of your teeth. For many patients, dental implants are a versatile and long-lasting solution for missing teeth. Read our blog post to learn about dental implants, including their longevity.
If you’ve lost a tooth, you’re probably looking for the best way to restore your smile for good. These days, there are a number of different tooth-replacement options out there from bridges to dental implants to dentures. Read our blog post where we tackle one type in particular: fixed dental bridges.
Root canals surely don’t have the best reputation when it comes to dental treatments. There are plenty of myths swirling around about the restorative procedure. To clear up some of the basics, read our blog post for answers to the most frequently asked questions we get about root canals.
Modern dental implants have been around since the 1970s, but they’ve improved significantly since those early days. They are one of the best tooth replacements because they look and feel very similar to a natural tooth. Read our blog post to learn about dental implants and see how versatile are they.
Are you missing teeth? If so, chances are you may be a great candidate for restorative dentistry. There are many advanced tooth replacement solutions available for patients looking to fill in the gaps in their smile. Dental bridges are a state-of-the-art treatment that can give you back a complete, natural-looking smile once more! Read our blog post for details.
We are proud to provide family dentistry in a setting that not only makes patients feel relaxed and welcome but also prioritizes their health and safety. Check out our blog post for a closer look at what we do!
We understand that tooth damage and dental pain can be almost impossible to live with. Quick, advanced dental care is crucial when it comes to restorative dentistry! We proudly offer same-day dental care with our state-of-the-art CEREC® on-site milling unit and digital smile lab. Read our blog post for details!
Are you currently suffering from chronic tooth pain and sensitivity? You may be in need of root canal therapy. Read our blog post to learn about root canal therapy, including signs of pulp infection and the process itself.