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Reconstructive Dentistry

Chipped Tooth? Don’t Panic

It can be terrifying to bite down on your dinner and realize a moment later that the hard chip in your mouth has come off of your tooth. We sometimes think of our teeth as indestructible, and we certainly put them through so much wear and tear that they can seem that way. But chipped [...]

By |December 30th, 2019|Porcelain Veneers, Reconstructive Dentistry, TMJ|Comments Off on Chipped Tooth? Don’t Panic

How to Fix a Damaged Smile

Americans take their smiles seriously. Down the aisles of any grocery store, you’ll find a plethora of whitening products, promising beautiful, bright smiles. While checking out, you’re bound to see the latest celebrity giving a toothy grin next to whitening gum. If your teeth are stained, this might be helpful — although not as effective [...]

By |March 28th, 2019|Reconstructive Dentistry|Comments Off on How to Fix a Damaged Smile

Acid Reflux and Teeth Don’t Mix

Those with acid reflux know the drill. If you drink even one beer and try to enjoy a piece of pizza, you’ll pay for it a few hours later. But unlike what you may think, gastroesophageal acid reflux disease or GERD can be much more complicated than heartburn or an upset stomach. Left unchecked, it [...]

By |July 5th, 2018|Reconstructive Dentistry|Comments Off on Acid Reflux and Teeth Don’t Mix

What’s the Difference Between Cosmetic and Reconstructive Dentistry?

If you’ve ever looked into updating your smile with dental implants, porcelain veneers, or orthodontics, you may have wondered whether what you’re seeking is cosmetic dentistry or reconstructive dentistry. Although there are key differences between the two types of dentistry, they can have some crossover and often serve similar purposes. Reconstructive Dentistry The primary goal [...]

By |October 26th, 2017|Cosmetic Dentistry, Reconstructive Dentistry|Comments Off on What’s the Difference Between Cosmetic and Reconstructive Dentistry?

New Tech Could Improve Root Canals

Nobody wants a root canal, but they’re generally still more desirable than the alternative, which is tooth loss or a painful infection that can spread to your brain and lungs, becoming fatal. Often, a root canal is the last ditch effort to save an infected or decayed tooth. But while root [...]

By |June 29th, 2017|Reconstructive Dentistry, Root Canal|Comments Off on New Tech Could Improve Root Canals