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Why should I have a crown instead of a filling?

September 30, 2019

Dental damage and decay are two things that are virtually inevitable over time. Our teeth work very hard during our lifetime, both fulfilling the purpose that they were meant for (helping us to bite and chew, as well as to speak) as well as some that they aren’t really cut out for but that we use them for anyway (opening beer bottles or packaging sound familiar?). Whether you suffer from decay or gum disease, or they become damaged during a trauma, such as falling face-first on the floor, one of the first things that your dentist will speak to you about is the best way to restore your affected teeth.

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Am I A Good Candidate For A Full Mouth Reconstruction?

August 29, 2019

Dental problems can take many different shapes and forms and your dentist will be able to advise you of the best way to deal with them. When someone is suffering from multiple issues at once, often the best approach can be to arrange something known as a full mouth reconstruction. This is the name that is used to describe a variety of different restorative dental procedures that are carried out in combination in order to repair, reconstruct and restore the health and function of your mouth as well as the appearance of your smile.  

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The Relationship Between Sleep Apnea and Depression

July 26, 2019

Sleep apnea is a type of sleep disorder in which a person stops breathing intermittingly as they sleep. Unfortunately, this can lead to a variety of health concerns, including insomnia, headaches, and even depression. This type of disruption can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. The more that we understand about the link between sleep apnea and depression, the more likely we can find solutions for it.

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How long is the recovery time for dental implants?

June 20, 2019

If you have decided to get dental implants, you will soon possess a fantastically restored, beautiful smile. You will almost certainly be aware that the procedure to get dental implants is an invasive one, and for this reason, it is important to be aware of the recovery process so that you know when you will be able to start enjoying your new smile.

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