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The development of dental implants was truly a seismic shift in the dental field. Instead of utilizing appliances such as a denture prosthesis, this new treatment suddenly allowed patients to replace missing teeth with results that were specifically designed to look, feel, and function exactly like natural teeth. Over the last few decades, further advances ...
Chipping a tooth is an extremely common occurrence, and can happen to any of us. Accidents, falls, facial impacts during contact sports, and trying to open bottles or packages with one’s teeth are just some of the more frequent causes of chipped teeth. When a tooth is chipped, particularly in the front areas of the ...
Common orthodontic issues such as misaligned teeth, crowded teeth, and bite irregularities can be successfully addressed with state-of-the-art treatment options. While many individuals have these treatments as adolescents, a large number of adults with orthodontic concerns question whether they want to undergo a procedure to correct what may have been lifelong problems simply because they ...
TMJ disorder refers to a wide range of dysfunctions affecting the temporomandibular (TMJ) joint, the point of connection between the jaw and the rest of the skull. This essential juncture allows the jaw to open and close, enabling critical functions like chewing, yawning, and speaking. Any disruption in the complex balance between the muscles, ligaments, ...
One of the most common problems associated with TMJ Disorder is the fact that it can cause symptoms that seem completely unrelated to oral structures. TMJ Disorder, also referred to as “TMD,” is a condition that affects the proper function of the temporomandibular joint between the jaws. Many patients who are suffering from the condition ...
Our cosmetic dentists recently attended the 2018 American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Scientific Session, and they report that this year’s meeting was a resounding success! The AACD’s annual meeting gathers top dentists from all over the country to share information, discuss the latest technologies and treatment techniques, and help progress the field of cosmetic dentistry ...
Dental implants are an effective restorative dentistry procedure designed to help individuals replace one or more missing teeth. Implants are anchored to the jawbone, ultimately serving as an artificial tooth root. A customized crown is then affixed to the top and color-matched to blend in with the surrounding teeth. Dental implants can be a great ...
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