Category: Restorative Dentistry

Woodcrest Dentists Crack the Case of Fractured Teeth

Think of all of the ways that your teeth could end up injured. The simple act of eating can put your teeth in danger. Processed, packaged foods and restaurant meals alike can be suspect. Hardware from machinery such as small screws, or other metal objects could be buried in your meal. All it takes is… Read more »

Moreno Valley Dentists Crown the Queen of Dental Restorations

Moreno Valley Dentists Crown the Queen of Dental Restorations Tooth decay is more than just a little cavity. It’s an honest to goodness infectious disease that results from the spreading of a bacterial strain called Streptococcus mutans. They are generally transmitted to babies by their parents, siblings, or caregivers. Only 1% of the population is… Read more »

Corona Dentists “Root” for Root Canal Therapy

at Dental Associates of Corona will explain more details about root canal therapy. What is a Root Canal? Who needs root canal therapy? In mild cases of tooth decay that only affect a small surface portion of any given tooth, a dental filling will generally do the restorative trick. However, not everyone

Dentures Overview from Riverside, CA Dentists

at Riverside Dental Group will tell you more about one of the longest used methods for restoring missing teeth: traditional dentures. What Are Dentures? Dentures are made out of acrylic and porcelain to provide a natural but flawless look when you smile. The portion of dentures designed to appear like gingival tissues (gums) sit on… Read more »

Crowning Your Tooth as the King of Your Mouth

Crowns may have represented riches and royalty in history. Dental crowns signify something altogether different – dental restoration. If you have lost or broken a tooth due to injury or decay, a crown might be the best way to restore both form and function to your teeth. Sometimes crowns can end up becoming ill-fitted, or… Read more »

Is Your Filling Too High? Riverside Dentists Answer

A great many of us have been recipients of dental fillings at some point. In spite of great efforts to brush and floss and visit the dentist regularly, cavities can still happen to anyone. Do you have any recollection of the dentist putting a piece of paper in your mouth and asking you to bite… Read more »