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3. What are the advantages of replacing a single missing tooth with dental implant rather than a conventional bridge? View

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5. What can be done to repair a chipped or cracked tooth? View

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7. What advice do you have for parents of young children regarding proper dental care? View

8. What are the advantages of invisalign and what has been your experience with it? View

9. What are patients' options regarding dental whitening? View

10. Why do some patients need a dental clearance prior to heart surgery? View

13. What precautions do you take to ensure proper sterilization and infection control in your office? View

14. How do you make yourself available to patients who have a dental problem after hours? View

15. What do you say to patients who have concerns about dental x-rays? View

16. Why are dental implants often a great option, even for older patients? View

17. Why is it so important for patients to have a proper bite? View

18. How have tooth-colored materials revolutionized getting a cavity filled? View

19. What have been some of the recent advances in dental materials in terms of cosmetic dentistry? View

20. How is it possible for people to keep their teeth for a lifetime? View

21. Why should patients consider dentistry to be a long-term investment? View

22. What is a full-mouth reconstruction and when is it indicated? View

23. Why is root canal treatment conservative and something that should not be feared? View

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What are the advantages of replacing a single missing tooth with dental implant rather than a conventional bridge?

 

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Posted 03/18/2019

Single Tooth Dental Implants Have Advantages Over Three-Unit Bridges

Dental implants are often preferable to a bridge for various reasons. The implant is a single tooth, whereas a bridge will involve three teeth and span over the empty space where one natural tooth used to be.

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Posted 03/11/2019

Invisalign Can Be Removed for Dinner and for Photographic Moments

These days we have the technology to straighten teeth with no wires or brackets using nearly invisible braces. The system we use is Invisalign, which incorporates computer-based imaging to create a digital mockup of the teeth prior to treatment.

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