Your Dental Crown Questions Answered

Posted on: 18 March 2022

A dental crown covers your entire tooth's crown, and it can be made from metal, porcelain, or composite resin. While metal crowns are usually more durable, porcelain crowns look the most like natural tooth tissue. Composite resin is also white like teeth, but it isn't as attractive as porcelain. If you would like to know more about dental crowns and why you may need one, keep reading. Why Might You Need a Dental Crown?
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How Going To The Dentist Does More Than Keep Your Teeth Healthy

Posted on: 8 February 2022

When you visit the dentist and have your family regularly attend your family dental care, you do much more for all of your family's health than just ensuring everyone has healthy teeth and gums. There are other health benefits that follow and you can learn more about them here. Remember, you should see the dentist a few times a year for cleanings and checkups, so if you cannot remember the last time you scheduled dental work, now is the time.
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Can A Dental Implant Replace A Long Absent Tooth Without Any Bone Grafting?

Posted on: 29 December 2021

If you're considering implant dentistry to replace a long-absent tooth, it's possible to be discouraged by your initial research on the topic. Your eligibility for a dental implant can depend on the density of your jawbone at the site of the empty dental socket. For many patients, this means that bone grafting is an unavoidable prerequisite for having an implant installed. But this isn't the case for all patients or all teeth.
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Emergency Dental Interventions For Apical Abscess

Posted on: 12 November 2021

An apical abscess is a severe infection of the nerve of a tooth. The abscess is filled with bacteria-laden pus, and can cause a severe toothache, a bad taste in your mouth especially when biting down or chewing, fever, fatigue, and muscle pain. If emergency dentist services are not implemented, your apical abscess may spread to other parts of your body. Here are interventions your dentist may recommend to treat your apical abscess.
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