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Crown and Bridge Procedure
Dental Hygiene - Periodontal visit
For Americans in their 30s and beyond, the threat of gum disease (periodontal disease) is a very real and potentially dangerous condition. By the age of 40, over 70 percent of the nation's population is affected by the disease to some degree. Although genetics may play a small role in its development, doctors agree that gum disease is most often directly related to how well people care for their teeth and gums.
Complete and Partial Dentures
Amalgams (Silver Fillings) Amalgams are comprised of mercury, silver, copper, tin, and zinc. They are very durable and resistant to wear, however they do not have the cosmetic result of a composite filling. The safety of silver fillings has been under scrutiny in recent years due to its mercury content. The FDA has not found any conclusive evidence to support that it is detrimental to our health at this time.
Invisalign (Clear Braces)
The benefits of Invisalign often go beyond the obvious physical changes of an improved bite and straighter teeth; it’s also a great way to improve a person’s overall self-image. While having beautiful straight teeth is important, even more important is the need to alleviate any potential health problems associated with the teeth or jaw.
Root Canal Therapy
Temporary dental crowns are usually cemented into place using "temporary" cement so they can be removed easily when it is time to cement the permanent crown on. Because this cement is not as strong as other types of dental cement, you should take some precautions so not to dislodge your temporary crown.