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 Dental Bridges vs. Dental Crowns: Which one is right for me?

Dental Bridges vs. Dental Crowns: Which one is right for me?

by Stephanie Meadows
If you have missing or damaged teeth, you may be wondering which dental procedures are right for your specific needs. The short answer is that everybody is different, so it depends on your needs. Only a qualified dentist can accurately evaluate your oral health and determine what course of treatment is a good fit. At Dedicated Dental, we care about you, both as a person and a patient. That’s why we created this handy guide to explain some of the differences between dental bridges and dental crowns, and which one may be right for you.

Are Invisalign Braces Right for Me?

Are Invisalign Braces Right for Me?

by Stephanie Meadows
Invisalign braces may be the safe, easy, and practically invisible way to get that straight and lovely smile you have always wanted. As great as they are though, Invisalign braces may not be for everyone. One of the biggest determining factors is going to be based on how severe your dental issues are. For instance, patients with a moderate to severe overbite may need other cosmetic and dental services to correct any fundamental or underlying issues. Additionally, while older teenagers and adults are often great candidates, children are not because their teeth are still growing. Below is a helpful guide to help you determine if Invisalign braces are right for You.

Preparing for Your Full Mouth Reconstruction

Preparing for Your Full Mouth Reconstruction

by Stephanie Meadows
You don’t have to be embarrassed about your missing, badly worn, or damaged teeth anymore. A full mouth reconstruction can help restore your teeth using a combination of advanced cosmetic and reconstructive dental techniques. Whether you need crowns, onlays, inlays, veneers, bridges, implants, dentures, or other services, to help correct the damages of cancer, accidents, poor dental health or damage caused by certain medications, we can help. That’s why we created this handy guide to help you prepare for your full mouth reconstruction.

What receding gum lines could mean

What receding gum lines could mean

by Stephanie Meadows
Have you been told by your dentist or hygienist that your gums are receding? It’s a common oral health problem that happens gradually – so you might not be aware of it until you have a dental checkup. The gum tissue that protects your teeth can shrink and draw away from the surface of the tooth, painfully exposing the root in some cases.

Things Your Dentist Knows about You By Looking at Your Mouth

Things Your Dentist Knows about You By Looking at Your Mouth

by Stephanie Meadows
It may seem like a stretch, but it’s true, our mouths are often a clear indicator of our health. Dentistry is more than dealing with cavities and plaque build-up. Dentists can tell a variety of issues and ailments just by one glance into your mouth and at your teeth and gums.