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Dentures
Dentures

Tooth loss may be caused by gum disease, tooth decay or injuries. Missing teeth can impair your facial structure, verbal and digestive processes, affecting your overall health and quality of life. The good news is that missing teeth can be replaced by implant retained dentures that function like natural teeth. Partial dentures are…
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Wisdom tooth extraction
Extraction of Wisdom Tooth

A wisdom tooth is one of a set of three molars that generally develop when you reach your late teens or early twenties. Most people have four wisdom teeth, but some may have more or less as well. While wisdom teeth are harmless when they’re straight and aligned, more often than not they grow out crooked…
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White Tooth Fillings

Cavities are holes in your teeth that are formed by naturally occurring bacteria present in your mouth. These bacteria digest the carbohydrates in your food and produce acid as a byproduct which destroys healthy tooth structure leaving a cavity. Eating a lot of acidic foods can also cause cavities…
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Digital X-Rays

A visual dental exam may not highlight deeper or less visible damage or decay, and an x-ray may be needed to get to the root of the impairment. Digital x-rays are an innovation in dental technology, aimed at making the procedure safer and more effective…
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CBCT
CBCT

CBCT is a faster, safer and more advanced form of the regular computed tomography (CT) scan. In dentistry, it helps us get a clear image of the interior of your mouth and jaw, so we can pinpoint any issues affecting your oral health. CBCT technology generates sophisticated 3-D scans of dental structure…
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Oral Cancer Screening

Did you know that 75% of cancers have been reported to begin in the oral cavity? The prevalence of carcinogens in the air, water and even our food puts everyone at risk, which makes examining for cancer on a regular basis all the more important…
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Selants
Sealants

When you eat, small pieces of food tend to stick into pits, gaps and fissures in your teeth and cause them to decay. This is especially true for chewing teeth, i.e. the premolars and the molars, located in remote areas of the mouth that are hard to access and clean…
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Cleanings

Like any other organ, teeth are essential to maintaining your body’s continued wellbeing. Good oral health can protect you from dental diseases like tooth decay, tooth infection, gum diseases, oral cancer, swollen gums, and many others. In fact, unhealthy teeth can impact the functioning of other parts of your body…
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Cavity Risk Assessment

Cavities, caries, tooth decay… These are all terms used to describe the same dental problem, which is in fact one of the most common issues that people face with their teeth. In fact, dental caries is probably one of the few things keeping the tooth fairy in business…
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Transitional Bonding

In the pursuit of a perfect smile, dental bonding is one of the most effective and comprehensive techniques in use today. It’s a great way to correct gaps in your teeth, as well as chips, breaks, cracks, severe wear and stains that affect how they look…
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