Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry

Cracked Tooth Syndrome FAQs

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Symptoms of cracked tooth syndrome are sometimes difficult to distinguish from symptoms of other dental health issues. For instance, like bruxism or TMJ disorder, cracked tooth syndrome causes sensitivity to extreme temperatures. For example, eating ice cream, or drinking hot coffee may produce an aching sensation in your teeth. In severe cases, breathing hot or… Read more »

Major Concerns: When You Haven’t Seen A Dentist In “Forever”

If you haven’t seen a dentist in what you call “forever,” and you’re feeling somewhat insecure about the damage that has occurred over that time, you may really want to see a dentist. However, you may have also resigned yourself to planning on not seeing a dental team any time soon because you feel very… Read more »

What Makes Working With A World-Class Ceramicist So Special?

When you think about the restoration or cosmetic treatment you’re going to receive, you probably don’t spend a whole lot of time thinking about who’s crafting it or where it is coming from. However, you may certainly dedicate some brain power to hoping it’s a good fit, that it looks beautiful, and that it’s everything… Read more »

Full-Mouth Reconstruction: When You Feel Like Hope Is Gone!

It’s very easy to find yourself feeling like you’re so far away from a healthy and beautiful smile and that even if you wanted to, you probably wouldn’t be able to restore your grin. We understand that advanced issues like decay and esthetic damage, broken teeth, missing teeth, and more can make you ignore your… Read more »

Restoring Unhealthy Teeth With Life-Like Dental Crowns

Cavities create an urgent problem for a tooth, and should be dealt with as soon as possible. With prompt care, it is possible to minimize the damage caused by decay. Unfortunately, many people will not realize they have a problem until they need more substantial care. While dental crowns are effective against more advanced decay,… Read more »

Will My Crown Look Natural?

When we see patients with damaged and misshapen teeth, or serious oral health issues, we can often correct the problem with a restoration. Because we know how important a beautiful smile is to our patients, we offer lifelike and custom-made restorations, such as our porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns (PFM).