Restorative Dentistry



Crowns

Teeth are often restored using plastic (composite) or porcelain (ceramic) materials. However, when too much of a tooth’s structure has been worn away (by decay, a fracture, an injury, or large filling), a crown or “cap” may be needed. A crown may be needed to Restore a tooth when it is unable to support any type of filling Support other dental work Protect a weak...

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Cosmetic Bonding

Bonding is an excellent way to repair or change the shape or color of teeth, particularly front teeth. Bonding is usually a one-appointment procedure that starts with a careful matching of the color of the bonding materials to your tooth color. Next, your teeth are lightly roughened and a gel is applied to ensure that the bonding materials will adhere. Then the bonding material is...

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Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap

Healthy, strong teeth support and maintain your jaws alignment. That is why when you lose one or more teeth, your remaining teeth may shift, and your ability to chew and speak can be affected. A bridge replaces missing teeth with artificial teeth, eliminating the gap where those teeth had been. The bridge is connected to adjacent teeth for support. Regardless of the type of bridge...

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Better Sex And Gum Disease

Is there a link? Well Dr. Oz, better known as Oprah’s Doctor, knows a little about gum disease and he mentions it on his webpage RealAge.com. In an article on how the Economy can affect your dental health, Dr. Oz and Dr. Mike Roizen, the doctor authors of the best selling: “YOU: The Owner’s Manual” and “You: On A Diet”, recommend that despite the financial...

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