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Crowns vs. Bridges: Which is right for me?

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Both dental crowns and dental bridges are forms of non-invasive tooth repair that either complete a partial tooth or replace a missing one. A dental crown (also interchangeably called a “tooth cap”) is a fitted tooth covering cemented on top of an existing tooth. Restore Dental creates a dental crown after taking impressions of your… read more

To Whiten or Bleach?

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A whiter smile is a younger-looking smile. Products labeled as whitening or bleaching lead to confusion. Is there a difference? Which is whiter? Which is better for your teeth? Are they safe? What are the Differences? The words whitening and bleaching are used interchangeably even by the American Dental Association. Dentists and product descriptions are… read more

How Our iTero Scanner Provides You a More Comfortable Invisalign Experience

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The expert dental team at Restore Dental can deliver superior diagnostics with the iTero Element® 5D imaging system, resulting in better Invisalign® treatment plans for you. The expert dental team at Restore Dental utilizes the iTero Element 5D imaging system to provide you with a faster and more comfortable Invisalign experience. Using the most advanced… read more

Whitening Vs. Bleaching Teeth

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When your teeth are dull looking, stained or dingy and you decide to get them brighter looking, should you choose whitening or bleaching to get the job done? On the one hand, both processes will make your teeth look brighter; however, there is a difference between the two. The whitening process restores your teeth to… read more

Making Accommodations for People with Special Needs in Dentistry

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Oral and dental health is important for everybody. However, some people face greater challenges when it comes to treatment and even simple checkups. Every individual has specific needs, which means that making dentistry accessible to everybody must involve compassion and understanding. For special needs patients, challenges may include dental phobia, learning difficulties or physical conditions… read more

An Unconventional Solution to TMJ Disorders

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You may not have heard of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), but it would be impossible to ignore symptoms of disorders related to the joint. The TMJ connects your jawbone to your skull, acting like a hinge to allow facial movement and chewing. If the bone, muscles or supporting tissues are injured or diseased, you could… read more

Is Aesthetic Laser Crown Lengthening Right for You?

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Do you feel good about the way your smile looks? Do you see an overly gummy smile? The crown of a tooth is the part of the tooth that protrudes above the gums. Your gum tissue may not be sufficient, causing the crowns of your teeth to protrude. Periodontal disease or genetics can damage your… read more

Saving the Abscessed Tooth with Root Canal Therapy

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Root canal therapy is to the abscessed tooth as bypass surgery is to the human heart. Many diseases, such as cardiovascular problems or diabetes, start quietly with unnoticeable symptoms. These diseases are usually discovered by accident or when having a routine examination or after advancing to the point where symptoms begin to show. Such is… read more

Going Back to School with Invisalign: 5 Benefits for Teens and Adults

Clear Aligners

It’s time for students and teachers to head back to the classroom. If you’ve been thinking about braces to straighten your teeth, this time of year might make you reconsider. The good thing is that there are new options for improving your smile, and Invisalign® could be the best choice for you if you’re not… read more

Pediatric Dentistry Prevention of Childhood Tooth Decay

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Children’s permanent teeth are meant to last for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, too many children get cavities early on in their molars and premolars. This can be prevented when the pediatric dentist adds a layer of protection by applying dental sealants on those teeth. Sealants help keep teeth healthy and disease-free. Prevention Using… read more

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