Category: Restorative Dentistry

How Restorative Dentistry Influences Your Grin

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The dental processes that impact your smile’s health consists of many moving parts. For instance, cosmetic dentistry helps address surface-level concerns, while preventive care prioritizes your smile’s strength and integrity. Indeed, prevention is the name of the game when it comes to a healthy smile, but it is important you do not forget that it… Read more »

When Dental Fillings Can Be Shade-Matched

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It goes without saying that dental decay is among the most common oral health issues out there, affecting millions of people every year. What’s more? It exists on a spectrum, meaning there are varying degrees of the concern that only get worse the longer it goes on. Because of this, our team encourages you to… Read more »

Treating Internal Decay

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While nobody wants their smile to become blemished with a variety of noticeable concerns, sometimes threats to your oral health can cause problems below the surface without your knowledge. In fact, decay can spread inside a tooth and essentially rot it from the outside-in, significantly impacting your oral function as well as appearance. In today’s… Read more »

When a Root Canal Can Save Your Smile

Tooth decay is one of the more common dental concerns out there, affecting many people yearly. Minor instances can usually be addressed with a restorative filling procedure, however, when cavities and decay progress past a certain point, it can seem like extraction is the only solution to saving your oral health. In today’s blog, your… Read more »

Dental Concerns that Might Warrant Reinforcement

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As one of the strongest parts of the human body, teeth are meant to endure a lifetime of biting, chewing, and more. While they may be durable and strong, they are not indestructible, meaning there may be circumstances in which reinforcement is required. Indeed, restorative measures such as a dental crown may be sought in… Read more »

Dental Crowns Can Do It All

Your teeth are durable and resilient. They are built to stand up to a lifetime of use, as long as you take proper care of them. Even if there are some bumps in the road and you deal with cavities and root canal infections, your teeth are resilient enough to recover. That’s thanks in part… Read more »