Category: Restorative Dentistry

Fillings That Match Your Smile

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A cavity could be caused by a number of factors, and could lead to issues like infection or even tooth loss. To provide treatment, your Silver City, NM, dentist may recommend a dental filling. In today’s blog, we’re going to explain how we create a restoration that blends with your smile and is safe for… Read more »

What To Know About Restorative Dentistry

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It goes without saying that dentistry in and of itself is a complex topic. Indeed, it takes into consideration the cosmetic treatment you may seek to enhance your grin’s appearance, the preventive care you provide that strengthens your oral structures, and the restorative procedures needed to preserve natural teeth. Each of these areas serves an… Read more »

Addressing Various Levels Of Decay

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Whether you are aware of it or not, taking care of your smile is a lifelong process. Indeed, it is always better to start sooner rather than later on excellent preventive habits, and taking the time to ensure your daily routine is well-rounded can go a long way. Even still, countless threats are often plaguing… Read more »

Added Protection With Dental Crowns

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Whether you are aware of it or not, your smile endures a significant amount of wear over the course of your lifetime. Because of this, it is imperative we do all that we can to take care of our health. Indeed, an effective preventive dental routine consists of many moving parts, and falling short in… Read more »

When Fillings Can Be Lifelike

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Many individuals place great value on the quality of their smiles. This can include how it appears, the status of its health, or a combination of the two. Indeed, taking care of your teeth and oral health is a lifelong process that involves more than most are willing to put into it. Because of this,… Read more »

How Decay Can Damage Your Nerves

The concept of tooth loss as an adult is a frightening experience, as unlike with childhood, our adult teeth will not come back once gone. Because this is such a permanent experience, your dentist recommends taking part in excellent preventive habits at home, including brushing and flossing regularly as well as attending routine dental appointments…. Read more »

When A Tooth Can’t Be Saved: What To Do Next

It is always our first choice to preserve every tooth in your smile. You can do your part with dedicated brushing and flossing at home, and by not using your teeth as tools, when it comes to opening packages or chewing on ice, pencils or other hard objects. You can also help protect teeth by… Read more »

What To Know About The Spread Of Decay

As one of the most common dental concerns that is out there, dental decay can cause severe damage if it is not properly treated. It may start off as a harmless concern that can be easily addressed, but the longer you put off attending your office visit, the worse your condition may become. In today’s… Read more »

Lifelike Solutions to Address Your Cavity

A wonderful benefit of cosmetic dental procedures includes their ability to mimic that natural appearance of teeth and ultimately provide a lifelike result. A common misconception that people may have, however, is that a natural finish is exclusive only to cosmetic concerns, often discouraging individuals from seeking treatment for mild to moderate concerns that affect… Read more »

Removing Decay From Inside Your Tooth

While many people are aware that brushing and flossing are necessary factors that contribute to a healthy smile, many aren’t aware that they only represent half of the battle. In fact, excellent oral health is comprised of a combination of preventive care at home, 6-month visits to the dentist’s office for checkups and cleanings, and… Read more »