Inlays And Onlays: A Cosmetic Dentistry Primer

Posted on: 22 August 2016
There are numerous cosmetic dentistry procedures you might want to pursue. Inlays and onlays happen to be two of the most common. The former is a process that is similar to that of a filling, although a composite mixture is used to "fill in" any damaged or cracked area. Onlays are a essentially a cast prosthetic tooth made from the same composite resin as inlays. They are placed over the damaged tooth in question.
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2 Tips To Prevent A Dislodged Tooth From Developing A Bacterial Infection

Posted on: 2 August 2016
High impact sports and accidents can often result in serious injuries to your body. However, these accidents and activities can also result in minor damage, in the form of a dislodged tooth. A dislodged tooth can create a precarious situation because it may still be attached to the socket in your mouth. Therefore, this can leave your mouth open to developing a bacterial infection. This type of infection can be extremely dangerous because it has access to your dental root and pulp.
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Don't Let An Oral Health Concern Effect Your Child's School Performance

Posted on: 14 July 2016
In many parts of the country the countdown to the start of the new school year has already begun. If you're the parent of a school-age child, it goes without saying that you're probably getting uniforms, school supplies and other things your child will need for school. Don't forget about their oral health. Did you know that your child's oral health can have an effect on their experience at school? Children with poor oral health often suffer a number of negative consequences at school.
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3 Tooth Replacement Options That Employ Dental Implants

Posted on: 28 June 2016
 The dental implant has become a popular method of restoring one or more lost teeth. A tooth  may require extraction due to trauma, such as a crack through the root of the tooth or dental decay that is beyond repair. Once a permanent tooth has been lost, there is no way for the body to regenerate it. However, the tooth can be replaced using a dental implant. The dental implant does not simply rest at the gum line.
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