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A dental bridge restores your smile by filling the gaps made by missing teeth. Dental bridges are also known as false teeth, as it looks just like the natural ones. They are made of porcelain that makes them long-lasting and looks even more natural. Each tooth of a dental bridge is held together with the help of a retainer or a metal bar. Dental bridges are made customized to make them fit perfectly with your smile.

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Cone-beam computed tomography is a medical imaging technique used in planning the treatment and diagnosis in implant dentistry, ENT, orthopedics, and interventional radiology. CBCT gives detailed diagnostic images that are essential in many dental procedures. It reduces the need for any invasive procedures, deducing the time used for treatment, and offering a better outcome.

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In the attempt to save the underlying tooth, dental crowns made of porcelain gives enough strength and support that is no more in the natural tooth and improves the function as well. Now, with advanced technology, crowns can be placed in a single visit with CEREC 3D design and milling system. It saves a lot of time.

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Dental crowns are customized prosthetic teeth that can match with your perfect natural smile. Crowns are also known as tooth caps that can help in filling gaps between your teeth. They can also form a layer around a tooth and protect them if they get damaged by injury or decay.

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Implants are the closest thing you can get to natural teeth. Dental implants are placed in the jawbone to connect with natural bone creating a solid foundation for constructing one or more artificial teeth. The implant consists of a small titanium post, which is surgically placed into the jawbone underneath gums. Then, the abutment is attached to the post, which connects to the restoration. The restoration or the crown is attached to the abutment to complete the implant.

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Regular dental exams act as a vital part of preventive oral health care. In an initial oral examination, the dentist cleans the teeth and checks for gum disease and cavities. The exam helps in determining any risky oral problems developing and check your face, neck, and mouth to find any kind of abnormalities. A dental exam also includes dental X-rays or some other procedures for diagnosis.

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Invisalign uses a series of customized and molded clear aligners that fit you right. The aligners are made with the help of 3D computer imaging technology, which gives accurate data and measurements. With the help of these virtually invisible aligners, you can be proud of your smile, and also it will gradually reposition your teeth.

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Laser dentistry uses an intense beam of light produced from dental lasers. This dentistry has taken over many traditional dentistry practices and made procedures minimally invasive. Even the treatments are much more precise and less painful due to it.

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Good oral health habits should be developed at an early stage of a child's life. A pediatric dentist is a dentist who gets specialized training for the dental care of infants and children. There are significant benchmarks for dental development in infants and toddlers.

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Periodontal disease or gum disease occurs when bacteria start growing in your mouth. If left untreated, they will end up with tooth loss due to the degeneration of the tissue that surrounds your teeth. It comes without any warning, and in the beginning stage, the gums get sore, bleeding easily, and causing bad breath. It is easy to control periodontal disease at an early stage. As it continues to get severe, teeth start loosening and separate, also making changes in the bite and leading to tooth loss.

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Endodontics deals with the biology and pathology of the dental pulp and root tissues of the tooth. The root canal is the most common endodontic procedure, which is usually done to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or infected.

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Dental fillings are quite a common type of dental restoration. They are used in replacing areas of teeth that are missing, damaged, or decayed. The decayed portion of a tooth after being removed is then filled up. The fillings are made of gold, porcelain, silver amalgam, or with materials called composite resin fillings.

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Dentures are dental prosthetic devices that are designed to replace missing teeth for patients who have lost an entire set of teeth from the upper or lower arches of the jawbone. While complete dentures can replace missing teeth from an arch of your jawbone, partial dentures can replace one or more missing teeth. Partials may also be implant-supported.

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Dental emergencies are not to be ignored. During dental emergencies, the patient would be taken for quick X-rays to determine the problem and lay out the treatment plan. Some dental emergency cases are toothaches, dental trauma, chipped teeth, swollen gums, broken or lost crowns, broken or lost teeth, etc.

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In tooth extraction, a tooth is extracted from the gum socket. This procedure is usually carried out by a general dentist, an oral surgeon, or a periodontist. Extractions are performed for specific reasons, like tooth decay, trauma, or to make space for other teeth that are too crowded in the mouth. Fillings, onlays, crowns, or root canals can treat the decayed or damaged teeth. But in some cases, some teeth are very badly damaged as the decay extends deep under the gum, the tooth is cracked, and so they need to be extracted. Other than that, if they are intended to be saved, then it could risk the health of other teeth.

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We all crave for a healthy set of teeth with a beautiful smile. If you feel something is detracting your smile, affecting its functional limitations like the health of the teeth and gums as well, then, you will have to go through a combination of treatments that will be essential in restoring both strength and beauty. The structural integrity of a tooth or teeth that are damaged by an injury or oral disease can be reinstated with life-like dental prostheses such as crowns, bridges, dentures, etc.

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The temporomandibular joint is found on both sides of the lower jaw. This joint connects the jawbone to the skull at a socket, as the jaw muscles help in the functioning of mouth like a sliding hinge, opening and closing to letting different movements. People who suffer from TMJ disorder or temporomandibular disorder will experience the pain of the joint and surrounding muscles.

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The main motto of a preventive dental care program is to identify and cure the little dental problems even before anything could happen. This is done to avoid any further dental procedures. Prevention leads to fewer cavities and oral health issues. You need to get yourself checked at least twice a year.

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Veneers are restorative appliances that are generally attached to the front of the more visible portions of the teeth. Veneers come in the form of porcelain or composite types; however, the former is known to be more durable and stronger than the latter. Dental veneers correct issues such as uneven teeth alignment, spacing, crowding, minor discoloration, chips, or cracks.

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Teeth stains just can't be avoided. These stains might be caused by aging, or beverages, food, or by smoking. Many people go through teeth discoloration at some point in life. Some simple steps can help to prevent teeth stains and erase them with the help of professional teeth whitening.

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Sedation dentistry is a dental specialty in which the medications are used to make you feel relaxed. They also minimize your anxiety while being in the dentist's chair for your dental exam or procedure.

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From their mouth...

Myself and my my family (1 wife and 2 younger girls) have been patients of Dr. Zack for a few years now and couldn’t be happier. The care and attention to not just the teeth but the overall oral health has been motivating and educational. I highly recommend him and his entire team, which says a lot, I’ve never been the biggest fan of going to the dentist. Thanks Boger dental! -Charlie Mann

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