Dentistry Articles

Three-unit bridge replaces missing teeth

Three Unit Bridge

When a tooth is missing, a three-unit bridge can be a good choice for replacing it. In a three-unit bridge, an artificial tooth is connected on each end to crowns. The crowns are placed over the neighboring teeth to hold the bridge in place. A three-unit bridge can be made of gold, porcelain, or porcelain-fused-to-metal.

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Anxiety Free Dentistry

Anxiety-free dentistry is the perfect solution for those avoiding the dentist out of fear. Recovery is quick, and we will work with you to accommodate your budget. You don’t have to be afraid to go to the dentist anymore!Is anxiety-free dentistry right for you?By answering the following 4 True/False questions related to your life and

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Beautiful Smile, Beautiful You

Lumineers are an ultra-thin, ultra-comfortable, and ultra-simple form of *dental veneer that is applied seamlessly over your teeth for a bright, beautiful, natural looking smile. There are many differences between Lumineers and traditional veneers. We encourage you to take a few moments to look some of them over below and ask us questions; know your

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Gum Disease and Your Heart

Many studies show an as-yet-unexplained association between gum disease and several serious health conditions–including heart disease–even after adjusting for common risk factors.  Gum disease is an infection of the tissues that support the teeth and is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. Below are some of the most important things you can do to avoid

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Improved Facial Appearance With Advanced Tooth Prosthetics

Reconstruction of the dentition extensively damaged through tooth surface loss may require the use of removable prostheses. This can be the most appropriate type of treatment when either the teeth are very severely worn or the patient wishes a simpler and more economical approach than a fixed reconstruction. Today, in a world where we are

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The Best Solution For Stained Teeth

Intrinsic Teeth Stain Removal Intrinsic stains refer to staining of the dentin, the sensitive tissue that lies just below your enamel. This layer naturally takes a yellower or darker color, which can then be seen if the enamel wears away due to poor mouth health. There are many possible reasons for this type of staining,

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