A Loose Bridge or Crown Needs a Dentist’s Attention

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Dental work like crowns and bridge restorations are typically cemented into your mouth with a strong dental adhesive. This bonds them to the anchoring abutments with the same strength and integrity that you experienced from the natural tooth. Yet there are still times when poor oral hygiene problems or a recent dental trauma can loosen… Read more »

Multiple Missing Teeth Could Be Replaced by a Dental Implant Bridge

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Having multiple teeth knocked out or lost to untreated decay, periodontal disease, or treatment-based extraction can severely compromise your oral health and function. While a removable partial denture can replicate some of the original teeth, it can never fully replace their strength and permanence. For a mouth so affected, Dr. might recommend installing a pair… Read more »

Cracked Teeth may Need Extraction before Bridge Work

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Tooth enamel is made up of densely packed microscopic mineral crystals. This is what gives your teeth the hardness needed to bite off and chew hard food foods. As strong as it is, tooth enamel is still not impervious to the potential damage caused by a hard blow to the face. In some instances, an… Read more »