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If you have broken a tooth, you may well feel a sense of panic – particularly if the damage is quite extensive. Fortunately, broken teeth are a fairly common occurrence and an experienced dentist can easily assess and resolve the issue, restoring the function and appearance of your teeth. Nevertheless, knowing what to do in the event that you suffer a broken tooth can help you feel in control and ensure that you do not cause yourself any further problems. What can cause a tooth to break?
t probably doesn’t surprise you to learn that we have an abundance of bacteria living in our mouths. In fact, studies estimate that at any one time, there are between 10 and 50 million bacteria occupying our mouths. Some bacteria are good and help to keep our oral cavity as healthy as it possibly can be.
Many people think that dental implants are just single crowns attached to an artificial root. However, that is just one type of dental implant currently available. In fact, you are probably surprised to learn that dental implant technology is not being utilized in a number of different ways, giving patients more choice for their restoration than ever before.
A full mouth reconstruction is a term given to a program of different treatments that are all being carried out with the intention of reconstructing and restoring all of the teeth and oral structures in the mouth, normally in the instances of severe wear and decay.
Fixed dentures help patients avoid discomfort and slip from removable dentures. Learn more about the differences between fixed and removable dentures.
Dental implants are the leading solution for tooth loss. Learn more about dental implant FAQs here.
Dental fillings, also known as composite or tooth-colored fillings, are the most common type of dental procedure performed outside of dental cleanings and exams
In a long ago, but not forgotten, past, dentures were seen as the last resort and only used for those who did not take care of their natural teeth
It’s amazing to hear how many people view dentures as an old-fashioned form of restorative dentistry
Do you have any dental crowns? Most modern dental patients already have at least one, or can count on requiring one in the future