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Porcelain Veneers Trivia from Lake Forest Dentist

If anyone knows porcelain veneers, that person is Dr. James Fondriest. Skilled in the art of dentistry, Dr. Fondriest has transformed hundreds of smiles with this cosmetic dentistry procedure. Test your dental knowledge with this porcelain veneers trivia from your Lake Forest cosmetic dentist, Dr. Fondriest. Q1. True or false: The first porcelain veneers were… Read more »

Lake Forest Cosmetic Dentist Answers Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal Crowns FAQs

What are PFM crowns? Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns, often called PFM crowns, are full tooth coverage dental restorations. Crowns cover the entire exposed portion of your tooth. These dental restorations are commonly used for building back tooth structure lost to dental injury or tooth decay. Crowns can also be used for cosmetic purposes, to correct misshapen teeth,… Read more »

Is TMJ Disorder the Cause of Your Migraines?

National Migraine Awareness Month If you or someone you know suffers from migraine headaches, you know that the pain can be debilitating. In fact, according to the National Headache Foundation, half of people surveyed with migraine headaches report that their headaches cause them to miss work and school. Even worse, 24% of those surveyed have… Read more »

Lake Forest Dentist Encourages Teenagers to Put Down the Sports Drinks

Sports drink advertisers market to a young audience inspired by athletic role models. They encourage teenagers to drink their product to be a better athlete and feel more hydrated throughout the day. What advertisers do not mention is the damage sports drinks cause to teeth. Lake Forest dentist, Dr. Fondriest invites you to learn more… Read more »

Foods that Improve Your Oral Health

Strawberries Can Help Whiten Teeth Unlike most colorful berries,  such as blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries, that stain your teeth, strawberries can actually whiten your teeth. Malic acid, an organic compound found in strawberries, works to lightly remove stains and whiten teeth. Malic acid in excess can cause foods to become extremely tart and irritate the… Read more »