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Cosmetic Dentistry, Implant Dentistry   •   February 2, 2017

Implants are the Best Choice for Missing Teeth

It is normal to lose a tooth and can happen due to various reasons, from sports, accidents, to cavities, decay and gum problems. Recovery options include getting fitted with dental implants. They are sturdy and imitate the entire tooth including the root which makes them an ideal candidate for replacing a missing tooth. The best option […]

Cosmetic Dentistry   •   January 23, 2017

Cosmetic Dentistry: Before and After (Pictures)

Want to Improve Your Smile? See what braces, crowns, veneers, teeth whitening, bridges, implants, gum reshaping — or even a complete dental makeover — can do for your smile. Content Source: www.webmd.com Originally published at medium.com

Cosmetic Dentistry   •   November 10, 2016

Secrets of Cosmetic Dentistry you Always Wanted to Know

People believe that cosmetic dentistry is used just to make your teeth look appealing. While that is the main idea, cosmetic dentists aim to make your teeth better so that it appears white and healthy. Rather than just painting over the blemish, the treatments can strengthen and protect your teeth from further damage. Let’s delve […]

Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Dentures, Medicaid Dentist   •   November 2, 2016

4 Reasons Why Dentures are Ideal for Replacing Missing Teeth

We all wish for that perfect smile. But as we age, our dental health diminishes and we tend to lose most of our teeth. Dental dentures can help restore that flawless smile that we all desire. The disadvantage with missing teeth aren’t just cosmetic, missing teeth can also contribute to obstruct even the simplest everyday […]

Caring For Sensitive Teeth After Having Fillings

After getting a filling put in or replaced in a decayed or damaged tooth, it is common for the tooth to be sensitive; usually after the effect of anesthetic wears off. Your teeth may be sensitive to temperature, sweet or sour foods and air pressure. There are various explanations for sensitivity around fillings and each […]

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