Restorative

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 […]

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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 […]

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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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Sedation dentistry has helped many of our patients overcome their fear of dental treatment and attain the care they need. Whether you have high levels of stress or anxiety, sensitive teeth and gums, an overactive gag reflex, or a more general dental phobia, our sedation dentistry techniques can place you in a completely relaxed state […]

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Dental phobia is a common condition that affects many of our patients here at Germantown Dental Group. Our dentists are committed to helping patients who have anxiety about treatment because the consequences of avoiding necessary dental work can be quite serious. In addition to negatively affecting the appearance of your smile, neglecting relatively simple dental […]

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A damaged tooth can detract from your smile’s beauty, but it can also lead to more serious dental concerns when left untreated. If you have a chipped or cracked tooth, there are a number of restoration techniques our dentists can use to repair the damage, strengthen the tooth, and protect the natural tooth structure. Porcelain […]

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The dental implant procedure is completed in two stages: placing an artificial root in the gums and then placing a custom-designed porcelain crown. While it is both normal and common to have some level of anxiety when undergoing dental procedures, the fact is that advancements in dental techniques and sedation dentistry make it possible for […]

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