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Category: Dental Crowns

Should You Replace Your Traditional Fillings With Dental Bonding?

Posted May 30, 2022

4 Minute Read:  Many people will experience dental wear and tear over time that necessitates professional care by an experienced dentist.  In some cases, tooth decay and damage may be corrected with silver amalgam fillings. These types of fillings have been used in dentistry for over a century and can produce lasting results. While they […]

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What Is the Difference Between CEREC® 3D and Traditional Crowns?

Posted December 07, 2020

3 Minute Read: Even though dental restorations are not always topics people wish to discuss, the process of getting these restorations is sometimes unavoidable. Dental restorations with crowns are necessary to repair cracks, chips, or dental decay that is not fixable with a filling.  For years, men and women who needed crowns only had one […]

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Do Crowns Get Cavities?

Posted October 14, 2020

3 Minute Read: The teeth, along with many aspects of the human body, are known in the scientific community as a biomechanical marvel. Even so, the teeth can still suffer from structural damage, discoloration, breakage, and even decay. Tooth decay is one of the main reasons patients need to visit their dentist at least twice […]

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How Long Should My Same-Day Crowns Last?

Posted August 10, 2020

2 Minute Read: Traditional crowns may take multiple appointments and potentially weeks to finally get installed.  Have you ever wanted a quick alternative that prevents further injury from happening while you wait for your new crowns to be made? Do you live a hectic and busy lifestyle?  Patients who discover the existence of same-day crowns […]

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5 Reasons Why You May Need a Tooth Extraction

Posted September 21, 2019

Sometimes, you have to get a tooth pulled. It’s no walk in the park, but it is a necessary part of maintaining dental health in cases where leaving the tooth in question could pose an array of other—often much more serious—health concerns. Impaction, tooth decay, periodontal and gum disease, trauma, or tooth overcrowding are all […]

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