Laser Treatment in Dentistry

Dentists use Laser Treatment:    to expose partially erupted wisdom teeth    to manage gum tissue during impression for crowns    to remove overgrown tissue caused by certain medication    to perform biopsy procedures    to reduce and heal inflamed gum tissue    to speed up tooth whitening procedures    to replace the need to use drill or anesthesia in some procedures    to reduce bacteria in diseased gum tissue, tooth cavities and...

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Composite Restorations vs. Amalgam Restorations

What is the difference between a composite restoration and an amalgam restoration?  Amalgam restorations have been used to restore decayed and damaged teeth for over 150 years. Most people refer to amalgam fillings as ‘silver’ fillings because of their color when first place. But, in actuality, amalgam fillings consist of silver, 50% mercury, tin and copper with small amounts of zinc, indium and palladium. Amalgams are considered by...

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Composite Bonding for Anterior Teeth

Composite bonding for the anterior teeth can be utilized for both cosmetics as well as for restoration of small cavities and damaged tooth structure. By utilizing composite bonding, abrasions, cracks, chips, discoloration, gapped and sometimes misaligned teeth can be given a more desirable and enhanced looked.

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Porcelain Veneers and Your Smile

Porcelain veneers are a great solution for improving and beautifying your smile.  

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Fixed and Removable Implant Restorations

The patient that desires implants to replace all of their teeth in either upper, lower or both jaws has a variety of options that need to be discussed during the Examination and Consultation Process.

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Porcelain Materials

A new generation off very strong porcelain materials for fabricating crowns, veneers and inlays helped to advance dentistry in many ways.  

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