Three Frequently Asked Questions about Dental Bridges

By Tooth Fairy on Dec 7, 2017 10:32:50 AM

Dental bridges offer a natural-looking, permanent solution to replace missing or damaged teeth. They are a more traditional alternative to dental implants. According to Colgate, dental bridges may be a better option than implants “if the neighboring teeth have large fillings and need crowns or caps in the future.”

You should always talk to your dentist to find the option that’s right for you. If you decide that a dental bridge is your best option, here are 3 frequently asked questions you’ll want the answers to.

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When Do I Need Dental Implants?

By Tooth Fairy on Nov 30, 2017 12:51:11 PM

When you are faced with a missing tooth, there are a few options you can consider to restore your smile. Modern dental prosthetics offer a variety of viable solutions for people, regardless of their age and budget.

Many people choose dental implants because they provide a high-quality, lasting solution to missing teeth. No more embarrassment. Never worry about it again. You will achieve a beautiful, top of the line result and care-free function for the rest of your life!

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Professional Teeth Whitening: Knowing Your Options

By Tooth Fairy on Nov 21, 2017 10:52:12 AM

Are you self-conscious about stained or discolored teeth?

You may have tried at-home strategies like eating foods that promote a healthy smile. However, if you want the best results, professional teeth whitening is your best bet.

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Great Reasons to Choose Invisalign

By Tooth Fairy on Nov 15, 2017 10:10:41 AM

Invisalign is quickly catching on as an alternative to traditional metal braces. Wondering if it could be right for you? Here are five advantages Invisalign has over traditional braces, plus five common issues it is used to fix.

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3 Times When Dental Bonding May Be Right For You

By Tooth Fairy on Nov 2, 2017 9:38:30 AM

Dental bonding is an increasingly popular cosmetic procedure because of its affordability and low time commitment. But when is dental bonding the right solution for your teeth?

Here are three times when your dentist may recommend dental bonding, plus what to expect at your appointment, and how to care for your smile.

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Get a Smoother Smile with Dental Recontouring

By Tooth Fairy on Oct 26, 2017 8:13:11 AM

Are you self-conscious about a minor overlap in your teeth? Do you need to repair a small chip or crack? Have you considered dental recontouring?

Dental recontouring is ideal for patients who would like to improve their smiles without surgery or lengthy procedures. 

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Achieve the Smile of Your Dreams with Porcelain Veneers and Crowns

By Tooth Fairy on Oct 19, 2017 8:04:00 AM

If you are considering restorative and cosmetic dentistry for decayed or damaged teeth, you have a lot of options.

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A Great First Impression Starts with a Smile

By Tooth Fairy on Oct 12, 2017 8:42:05 AM

Whether you’re interviewing for a job, on a first date, or in another new situation, making a good first impression is crucial.

So, how do you make a good first impression? A lot has to do with how you approach the conversation. Do you make eye contact? Is your handshake firm? Are you prepared for your initial meeting with subject matter knowledge or insightful questions? Can you practice active listening?

Another key? Starting off with a smile.

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Smile! 5 Non-Surgical Options for Cosmetic Dentistry

By Tooth Fairy on Jul 27, 2017 8:06:00 AM

It’s far too easy to look in the mirror and not like what you see, especially when it comes to your teeth.

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Sedation Treatment Options for People with TMJ and Dental Anxiety

By Tooth Fairy on Jun 29, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Everything is in order to get a handle on your TMJ disorder and take your life back. So, what’s stopping you from going through with the treatment plan? For many people like you, it’s just two words: dental anxiety.

You knew it was coming: the TMJ diagnosis that explains the discomfort and pain in your jaw you’ve been enduring. You understand that your TMJ disorder treatment may include bite adjustment, orthodontics, restorative dental work, or surgery. You’ve even found a local dental office with hours that are so convenient that you won’t have to take time off of work.

If you're suffering from TMJ but find yourself procrastinating about taking the next steps in your treatment, you may be suffering from a different kind of uncomfortable disorder: dental anxiety or even white coat syndrome.

 

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