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Dental Implants 101

  Whether you are missing a tooth, or at risk of losing many, dental implants may be a great solution   for you. Dental implants are an increasingly popular fix for missing or dying teeth, and have many benefits. What is a Dental Implant? Dental implants are high tech teeth. The root of your current tooth […]

Tooth Restorations: How Dental Crowns Can Help

When a patient’s teeth have been damaged by decay or injury, it’s preferable to take measures to save the biological tooth rather than extract it and replace it with a prosthetic. Dental crowns can help patients and dentists achieve this goal. Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that slide over the natural tooth. They restore the […]

Can dental crowns improve the appearance of natural teeth?

Your smile can suffer from any number of aesthetic flaws, such as chips, cracks or stains. A severely damaged tooth or an undersized one can detract from the smile, as well. When these problems occur, dental crowns can enhance the appearance of biological teeth that are less attractive than the patient would like. These tooth-shaped […]

What Types of Dental Crowns are Available?

Dental crowns are important and common restorations. Patients may require the placement of a crown for a number of reasons. The most common reasons a patient will need a crown is tooth fractures, extensive decay, or infected root canals. Our dentist and our skilled team provide a number of restorative and cosmetic services to help […]

Do dental crowns require special care?

Dental crowns offer a valuable treatment technique to preserve a natural tooth that might otherwise have to be extracted due to advanced decay or severe injury. These tooth-shaped caps can restore a beautiful appearance to a smile that has been affected by a damaged tooth. After the dentist places a dental crown, most patients are […]

When is a dental crown necessary?

When a tooth is significantly damaged but still salvageable, your dentist will likely take all steps possible to save that tooth. Although tooth replacement technology has advanced significantly in recent years, biological teeth still are the best option for long-term oral health. If your dentist is attempting to save a tooth, you may be fitted […]