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Dental bonding is a procedure that can correct chips and other defects in your tooth enamel. After your tooth is prepared, a tooth-colored resin is applied to the damaged area. A special light cures or bonds the resin to the tooth. The result is a natural-looking repair that may last up to 10 years with care. Bonding is usually recommended…Continue reading
An abscessed tooth can be an extremely painful problem. It’s caused by bacterial infection at the root of a tooth or between the gums and teeth. It’s usually related to severe tooth decay, but trauma and gum disease can also be causes or contributing factors. Advanced abscesses involve infection of the tooth’s inner pulp. In severe cases, the infection can…Continue reading
Does missing teeth embarrass you? Learn how dental bridges can repair and restore your smile. The Deal on Dental Bridges Dental bridges are one of the fastest, easiest, and most affordable ways to replace missing teeth. These dental restorations fill in the gaps in your mouth from lost teeth with a “bridge” of replacement teeth. For secure placement, dental bridges…Continue reading
If you grind your teeth or clench your jaw at night while you sleep, you are suffering from a condition called bruxism. Teeth grinding affects up to 40 million adults and children in the United States alone. The habit can develop at any age, and symptoms may even occur when you’re awake. You may unconsciously clench your teeth together when…Continue reading
If you didn’t get braces as a teen, don’t worry; the option of adult braces is still open. Many adults are turning to orthodontics to gain the beaming smile and perfect bite they’ve always wanted. The correction methods employed by adult orthodontist braces are basically the same as those used for teens, but special considerations are required when dealing with…Continue reading
With more and more children getting dental sealants today, you probably want to know how effective they really are. Find out about the effectiveness of this protective dental measure. Evidence of the Effectiveness of Dental Sealants Family dentistry experts have evaluated more than 15 years of research and concluded that dental sealants are a highly effective way to protect children…Continue reading
Everyone has wisdom teeth, but not everyone knows what they are. Discover more about these teeth and why they have people talking. What you Need to Know about Wisdom Teeth You’ve probably heard people talk about wisdom teeth, but do you know what they actually are? These teeth are the upper and lower third molars in the back of your…Continue reading
With age comes wisdom, but it also comes with questions about your changing dental care needs. Uncover all of the answers you need to keep your smile healthy. Can I get braces as a senior? Yes. Braces are now popular with people of every age who want to improve the appearance or function of their teeth. Ask your dental clinic…Continue reading
Forget the metal braces of the past and discover the next generation of orthodontics with removable, invisible braces. See how this new option has made braces better than ever. What are Removable Braces? Braces no longer have to be a burden because advances in family orthodontics have made them invisible and removable. The most common type of removable braces is…Continue reading
If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, you may want to consider teeth veneers. Discover what you need to know about this dental care option. How are cosmetic dentistry veneers applied? A dental veneer is a thin, porcelain covering that is bonded over a tooth to enhance its shape, size, and appearance. They can be placed onto a…Continue reading