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Will My Dental Crowns Match the Color of My Teeth

Will My Dental Crowns Match the Color of My Teeth

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While your dentist has the primary role of helping you maintain proper overall oral health over the years, from your teeth to your gums, that’s not all they do. Part of a dentist’s job is their ability to give people beautiful smiles. For some people, it starts with needing their teeth straightened, while others want to go in and have stains removed and make their teeth look white and bright. In some cases, due to fractures, cavities, etc., dental crowns are needed. If you think that a dental crown is going to stand out from your natural teeth (they used to), then think again. Modern techniques and progressive new materials allow the dentist to not only match the shade of your natural teeth, but also the opacity.

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

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

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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.

Dental Crowns: what are they and How Do They Help our Teeth?

Dental Crowns: what are they and How Do They Help our Teeth?

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Dentist visits are not always fun and games, but they are necessary for the health of your teeth and gums. Many people still do not realize how important oral health truly is, and may not practice the best dental hygiene habits. It is important to be aware of having a healthy mouth in order to have a healthy body. People who are health-conscious realize that they must follow a good diet and exercise routine on a regular basis. The same goes for oral hygiene, as it can help us live a longer life.