Posts Tagged ‘ restorative dentistry ’

Nagging Toothache? Cavities, Cracks, Chips, Erosion Could Be the Cause

Dec 29th, 2017 | By

Have you recently found it difficulty to chew on one side of your mouth? Are you experiencing shooting pain after drinking something hot or cold, or eating a sugar-filled treat? If you find yourself nodding in agreement to these questions, it is possible you have something going on below the surface of your tooth and

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Dr. Denes Explains the Difference Between a Crown and Bridge

Sep 8th, 2017 | By

Crowns are used as restorations and prosthetics. This means, a crown can restore a tooth that’s been damaged by decay or breakage, as a restorative application. A crown can also replace a single lost tooth, when attached to an implant post. Crowns are also an important part of bridges, sometimes called crowns and bridges. The

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Fresno Dentist Explains Full Mouth Reconstruction

Aug 22nd, 2017 | By
man with full mouth reconstuction

Oral health is compromised when dental structures don’t collectively work together. Fresno, CA dentist Dr. Claudia Denes corrects dental issues such as malocclusion (bad bite), TMJ disorder, damaged or missing teeth, and unattractive smiles with a comprehensive procedure, full mouth reconstruction. A properly functioning mouth consists of a strong jawbone, healthy gums, and a full

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