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What Do I Do If My Child’s Teeth Get Knocked Out?

What Do I Do If My Child’s Teeth Get Knocked Out?

Dental injuries, especially to the upper central incisors, are extremely common in both young children and in athletes, both adolescent, and adult.  Most of the time, the teeth get chipped or cracked and can be repaired by routine dental techniques like fillings or crowns.  Unfortunately, if a properly fitted mouthguard is not worn, more severe injuries can occur like bone…

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How Do You Fix A Cavity On A Tooth That Supports A Partial?

How Do You Fix A Cavity on A Tooth That Supports A Partial?

    One of the most difficult challenges that dentists must face is the task of retrofitting fillings and crowns to an existing removable partial denture.  For those who do not wear partials, a partial denture grips natural teeth with cast metal clasps.  Sometimes, these teeth break or develop tooth decay before the partial needs to be remade.  However, it is…

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What Causes Grooves On  Your Teeth?

What Causes Grooves On Your Teeth?

  Many people start to develop small, wedge-shaped grooves in their teeth when they approach middle age, but their dentists have told them for a long time that these are not cavities. Oftentimes, dentists tend to blame these “lesions”, as we call them, on brushing too aggressively with a hard toothbrush. Many patients respond to this accusation by saying that…

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