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Dental Bridge, What Is It?

Get A Dental Bridge Today Replace a missing or damaged tooth. You've probably heard of a dental bridge, but unless you've had one yourself, you may not know precisely what it entails. A bridge is a replacement option for a missing tooth or a tooth that has too extensive damage to be effectively repaired. We will always do what we can to save your natural tooth, repairing it with cavity [...]

Dental Bridge, What Is It?2022-08-09T08:00:56-07:00

Missing Teeth? Know Your Options

Modern Dentistry Can Replace Missing Teeth When you have one or more missing teeth, you may experience difficulty eating, chewing, or even speaking properly. And (if you're missing one of the front teeth), it can detract from your appearance as well, affecting your confidence and self-esteem! Instead, choose one of the options made available by modern dentistry. What Are My Options? Dental Bridge - A dental bridge is one of [...]

Missing Teeth? Know Your Options2022-01-18T08:00:02-08:00

Removable Partial Dentures, aka Flipper Dentures

When it comes to replacing a missing tooth, several factors determine what treatment option will be best for each individual. Sometimes a patient is missing just a single tooth (or very few teeth) and aren't ready for dental implants or dentures. Sometimes the gums and underlying bone are too weak to support an implant, or need time to heal before it's placed. And, unfortunately, sometimes insurance and financing options are [...]

Removable Partial Dentures, aka Flipper Dentures2019-03-12T08:00:32-07:00

How Old Is Your Smile?

The concept of dental age is surprising to people when they first ear it. Dental age is independent of chronological age. From a biological stand point, we are youthful until we reach maturity around age thirty, we are adults from thirty to sixty years, and elder from sixty on. From a dental stand point, we are youthful at any age as long as we have close to a full compliment [...]

How Old Is Your Smile?2015-07-28T00:00:09-07:00
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