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Types of Dental Bridges

There are four main types of dental bridges: traditional, Maryland bonded, cantilever, and implant-supported.

What to Do if a Filling Falls Out

There is something extremely alarming about a lost filling. But don't panic! This usually isn’t usually a dental emergency.

Types of Sedation Used at the Dentist

For each person who doesn’t mind visiting the dentist, it seems there is someone who avoids going to the dentist out of fear, anxiety, or stress. For these patients, dental sedation may be recommended.

Dental Bridge vs. Implant

When it comes to replacing a missing tooth, you have options. In this blog, we compare dental bridges and dental implants to help you decide which option is best for you.

Mini Dental Implants Vs. Traditional Dental Implants

When it comes to replacing a missing tooth, you have options. If you choose to replace those teeth with the help of a dental implant, you have even more options.

When is a Dental Crown Needed?

Because dental crowns are so frequently recommended, many dentists find that patients are confused about why they need one.

Is Teeth Whitening Covered by Insurance?

For most people, the ideal smile includes a sparkly set of pearly whites. When our patients are interested in teeth whitening procedures, a question we get a lot is, “Is teeth whitening covered by insurance?”

Is a Dental Implant Painful?

One common questions we hear in the office is, “Is a dental implant painful?” Our short answer – possibly. I know. It’s not what you were hoping to hear but let me explain.

Are Dental Implants Worth It?

Dental implants have so many great benefits, and they are advantageous to patients in a variety of situations. However, the process of placing a dental implant is a surgical procedure, so you might be wondering “Are dental implants worth it?” Glad you asked!

Dental Implant FAQs

So, you’ve decided to have one or more teeth replaced with the help of a dental implant. Congratulations! Dental implants are one of the most popular methods of replacing missing teeth. Here are a few of the most common questions we hear from patients who have chosen dental implants.

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