Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry

How We Treat Your Cavities

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From a young age, our parents and dentists tell us that we must brush our teeth and floss in order to prevent the dreaded cavity. It is seemingly the most talked-about ailment that can befall our mouths, yet many of us don’t actually know what exactly a cavity is or how a dentist treats them…. Read more »

Know The Effects Of Leaving A Cavity Untreated?

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Taking care of your smile is an ongoing, lifelong process, and ensuring proper care in all areas is quite the feat. Indeed, quality care from your dentist is only part of the overall routine, and you must make sure to brush and floss adequately at home as well as pay mind to the effects of… Read more »

Dental Restorations And Your Smile

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It goes without saying that participating in a well-rounded preventive dental routine is the biggest gift you can give your smile. After all, taking the necessary steps to protect your teeth from dangerous decay and infection can go a long way when it comes to maintaining a healthy grin for life. Still, however, major concerns… Read more »

Why It Is Better To Fill Your Cavity Sooner

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While they may seem completely different, dangerous jaw dysfunction such as TMJ disorder and dental decay have one thing in common: both can significantly impact your oral health and overall function. Indeed, your health consists of multiple different factors that face a countless number of threats, and your best bet at keeping them at bay… Read more »

Are You At Risk For Gum Disease?

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The notion that your oral health can be negatively impacted by a number of issues can seem like a daunting notion to comprehend, especially since it means that your preventive routine must be in tip-top shape. Indeed, common concerns such as decay and disease as well as uncommon issues such as TMJ disorder and more… Read more »

Is It Time For A Deep Clean?

It goes without saying that the list of factors that negatively impact your smile is far from exhaustive, as excellent preventive care is an ongoing process. In fact, the standard preventive routine consists of more than just brushing your teeth. It consists of brushing and flossing at home, attending routine checkups, and paying mind to… Read more »

Preserving Your Health With Extraction

While oral function serves a major purpose in your ability to perform routine tasks such as eating and speaking, your oral health is the top priority to consider when attending your dental visits. Indeed, there are a number of factors that contribute to the degradation of your smile, and sometimes a circumstance can progress to… Read more »

Why You Cannot Ignore That Cavity

It goes without saying that if you experience a broken bone or even a dislodged tooth, immediacy is key. In other words, you would not just wait around and hope the situation would get better like a stomach ache or a headache, and instead, you would action. Dental concerns such as cavities or discomfort are… Read more »

Restorative Dentistry for Every Situation

Damaged teeth can pose a future health risk to the other oral tissues in your mouth. That’s why it’s important that you address the damage caused by bacteria and physical accidents as soon as possible. Your teeth are strong, but they can still fall victim to infection without proper care. If your tooth has sustained… Read more »

Dental Crowns Versus Dental Fillings

For most individuals, cavities will eventually play a role in their oral health. While keeping up with a preventive dentistry routine can help deter the forces of tooth decay, it’s not always possible to keep harmful bacteria from causing problems for your teeth. If a cavity forms on one of your teeth, you’ll want to… Read more »