Fixed Vs Removable Bridges

Posted on: 14 June 2017

Bridges are one of the most common--and the most effective--methods for dealing with the loss of one or more teeth. Yet many patients struggle to decide between getting a fixed or a removable bridge. If your cosmetic dentist has recently suggested that a bridge might be the right treatment option for you, read on. This article will discuss two key differences to consider when choosing between fixed and removable bridges. 
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Reasons to Work With An Endodontist Before Opting For Extraction

Posted on: 17 May 2017

If one of your teeth is in trouble and needs a lot of work, you might think extracting it would be the best route. You can just have it pulled and be done with it, right? Not quite. An endodontist is a specialized dentist who works specifically with saving teeth. He or she uses advanced dental technology to save your natural teeth before opting for extraction. Here are three reasons why you should visit an endodontist first before resorting to something as drastic as an extraction.
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How to Know it's Time to Talk to Your Dentist About Cosmetic Dentistry

Posted on: 27 February 2017

It is important to make sure that you are doing everything in your power to continue to have the best possible smile. This means that you have to carefully consider not only the health of your teeth, but the look of them as well. By reviewing the following tips, you will have a much easier time understanding when it might be time to talk to your dentist about some of the cosmetic options that may be available to you.
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4 Ways To Prepare Your Child For Contact Sports

Posted on: 2 February 2017

If you are going to be putting your young child in contact sports, then you may be a bit nervous about it. Putting your little one into a sport where there is the possibility of injury is scary. However, you have more than likely come to the conclusion that the risk is worth the benefits. Your child will learn discipline, get in better shape, make friends, and gain confidence. There are 4 things you should do when you put your child in any contact sport in order to make sure the both of you are approaching things in the best manner possible.
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