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4 Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Crown Placement

Dental crowns, or caps, are hollow restorative devices created in the shape of natural teeth. A dental crown is typically crafted in a dental laboratory, but some clinics may be able to create them on site. Various types of dental crowns are used to correct common dental problems in adults’ and children’s teeth. A crown is placed over the entire…

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Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Losing your teeth is never a pleasant part of life, but dental implants can assist when this problem occurs. Here we will address how adult teeth may be lost, how to determine if you are a good candidate for affordable dental implants, and the types of implants that exist. Ways Teeth Can Be Lost Adult teeth can be…

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The Ins and Outs of Nitrous Oxide

Despite your best efforts to brush, floss and rinse with mouthwash regularly, you may have to undergo some type of dental procedure at some point or another. Feeling a little nervous about an upcoming appointment? Perhaps your dentist will suggest nitrous oxide, which is more commonly referred to as “laughing gas.”

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Three Types of Dentures to Consider with Your Dentist

Depending on the state of your oral health, you may need to wear dentures to protect your gums, help you eat food and improve your smile. And while you may picture a full set of dentures when you imagine yourself wearing them, the reality is that there are different types. Here are three that your dentist may recommend according to…

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What is a Root Canal?

While regularly brushing your teeth, flossing and using antiseptic mouthwash is a good way to ensure the health of your teeth, sometimes things happen that may require dental procedures. One such procedure is a root canal, but do you know exactly what’s involved?

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What is a Dental Crown?

You may have heard the term floating around at your dentist’s office, but do you know what a dental crown is? While regular flossing, brushing and rinsing with mouthwash should lessen your chances of needing a crown, it never hurts to gain more information about oral health.

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