Four Reasons Your Child Needs Their Cavities Fixed

Posted on: 15 October 2017
As a parent, you might be wondering just how important your child's dental is when they still only have their baby teeth. After all, those teeth are going to fall out, so how important can they really be? This way of thinking is one of the main reasons child with cavities do not get those cavities treated. Here are four reasons that needs to change: Baby Teeth Help Adult Teeth Come In: If there is a cavity that is not filled in the baby teeth, then the tooth can become so decayed that it is lost before it's actually ready.
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Dental Bonding Vs. Veneers: Which One Is Right For You?

Posted on: 19 September 2017
If you have any tooth aberrations, like chips, discoloration, or gaps, you may be looking into cosmetic dentistry procedures. Two popular options for fixing imperfections are veneers and dental bonding. But each procedure has its pros and cons, so of course, it's a good idea to compare them both and pick the one that's best suited for your situation: What is Dental Bonding? A dental bond (also known as composite bonding) is just what it sounds like: a resin is bonded to your tooth.
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Why The Dentist May Make You Wait Before Dealing With Your Dental Emergency

Posted on: 23 August 2017
Sometimes the pain from a toothache becomes so unbearable there's no question in your mind it's a dental emergency. Maybe it's some other dental issue plaguing you. However, the dentist's office still schedules you for weeks out, rather than immediately. Is the dentist being unnecessarily cruel? Or, is there some other reason he or she cannot help you immediately? It's Probably Not an Emergency Many dental problems aren't actually emergencies. They can seem that way, but often, what you think of as an emergency is a common problem.
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Questions About Fixed Bridge Dental Implants

Posted on: 27 July 2017
A dental bridge can be supported by natural teeth or by dental implants. The bridge is designed to replace lost teeth by filling the gap left by the missing structures. However, in order for the bridge to function naturally, without moving about, the bridge must be fixed in the mouth for stabilization. As a result, dental bridges usually include dental crowns on each end of the device. The bridge crowns fit over natural teeth or dental implants to secure the bridge into position.
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