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When you want to improve the appearance or function of your teeth, your three treatment choices are cosmetic dentistry veneers, cosmetic dentistry bonding, or dental crowns. If you want to improve both a tooth’s appearance and function, then dental crowns will usually be the best choice for you. The Beauty of Porcelain Dental Crowns Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that…Continue reading
Thanks to advances in dentistry, there are many different dental crowns for many different needs. If you only need to improve the front of your teeth, you’ll be happy to hear that there are special dental crowns made especially for your case. The Beauty of Dental Crowns for the Front of Teeth Dental crowns can benefit the look, function, and…Continue reading
Dental crowns have come a long way and can now be customized to suit your specific needs. If you’ve only damaged the front of your teeth, there are dental crowns just for you. Placing Dental Crowns on the Front of Teeth Dental crowns can improve the appearance, function and strength of teeth. They are often preferred over both cosmetic dentistry…Continue reading
Even if you have unsightly dental problems, a radiant, healthy smile is an attainable goal with a little help from cosmetic dentistry. If you’ve already made the wise investment to perfect your smile, you’ll want to be sure it stays at its best for many years. Porcelain veneers, implants, crowns, and other cosmetic treatments need specialized professional and home care.…Continue reading
Dental bonding is a procedure that can correct chips and other defects in your tooth enamel. After your tooth is prepared, a tooth-colored resin is applied to the damaged area. A special light cures or bonds the resin to the tooth. The result is a natural-looking repair that may last up to 10 years with care. Bonding is usually recommended…Continue reading