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Dentures Then And Now
Did you know that one fifth of American adults over sixty-five had lost all of their natural teeth? Dentist have had to deal with this problem for years with varying causes from that of age or other effects. Dentures Have Ancient Roots Dentures have existed in some form or another since... 04 October, 2017
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A bridge is an excellent way to replace missing teeth. A bridge is permanently attached in your mouth and is non-removable except by a dentist. There are a few different kinds of bridges, and if you’re interested in learning what the differences are, we’d be glad to talk to you... 07 March, 2014
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Dentures And Partial Dentures
Dentures and Partial Dentures are removable appliances used to replace missing teeth. There are two different kinds of dentures: Complete Dentures and Partial Dentures Complete Dentures Complete Dentures are used when all of the teeth are missing. In our office, we make immediate dentures, meaning that on the day that your teeth... 07 March, 2014
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Crowns Or Caps
Dental Crowns are small caps that fit over the tops of your teeth and are cemented in place. They restore teeth to their proper shape and function. There are many different types of crowns and each one has certain advantages and price ranges. If crowns are necessary for you, we... 07 March, 2014
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Dental Implants
Dental implants are an excellent way to replace missing teeth without affecting the adjacent teeth. Many methods of tooth replacement involve modifying or destroying other teeth. While this is cheaper than simply getting an implant placed, it can be very damaging over time. Dental implants are artificial roots, usually made of... 07 March, 2014
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Tooth Colored Fillings
There are a few different types of materials that can be used to fill a cavity in a tooth. Composite fillings are the most common type of tooth-colored filling available. Composite fillings come in a variety of shades in order to match different colored teeth. The most recent research suggests... 07 March, 2014
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Silver Fillings
“Silver” fillings are actually only about ¼ silver! In fact, these fillings are only called “silver” because they are silver in color. The filling is approximately half mercury. Other metals are mixed in with the silver and include tin, copper and zinc. Because the “silver” filling is really a mixture... 07 March, 2014
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