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All You Need to Know About Partial and Full Dentures

Dentures are a life-saver for many people, quite literally. If you have continuing dental problems or advanced gum disease, dentures offer a way to replace your missing teeth. They allow you to eat a nutritious diet and keep living a full and healthy active lifestyle. What are Dentures? As you probably know, dentures are replacement […]
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The Facts about White Dental Crowns

Like most patients, you have probably heard of dental crowns, and you may even have one or two of these restorations. However, you may not know much about white crowns, an important innovation in cosmetic and restorative dentistry. Like a traditional metal crown, a white crown is a tooth-shaped restoration that goes on top of […]
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Emergency Dental Care, When You Need It!

Unfortunately, emergencies happen – often outside of regular business hours. Fortunately, our general dentists at Value Smiles offer emergency dental care around the clock, so you can receive friendly, compassionate care when you need it most. Dental emergencies should be addressed as soon as possible to prevent the problem from becoming worse. Today, we will […]
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What to Look for in a Root Canal Doctor

Root canal therapy is a procedure that can save a tooth and prevent you from needing to have it pulled. In many cases, root canals represent the last possible intervention before a tooth may be in a state beyond repair. For this reason, it’s important to put yourself in the hands of a doctor you […]
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Dental Extraction: Before, During, and After

If you’ve been told you need to have one or more teeth extracted, you may be wondering why an extraction is needed, and how the process works. Dental extraction may be needed for a number of reasons: to reduce crowding, to remove a badly decayed tooth, as a result of severe gum disease, or after […]
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What to Expect with a Temporary Crown

Dental crowns are a useful resource for restoring and protecting a damaged tooth. When a tooth has suffered a deep crack or cavity, a crown can help you continue to use the tooth indefinitely. Dental crowns surround and protect (cap) a tooth, are strong and durable, and look beautiful in your smile. Since crowns must be fabricated in […]
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Is My Child's Toothache an Emergency?

As a parent, you never want to see your child suffer, and you want to protect their teeth as best you can. The truth, however, is that children's teeth (baby teeth especially) are incredibly susceptible to decay and damage. If your child complains of a toothache, there may be several causes behind it. Since children […]
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Root Canal Therapy is Nothing to Fear!

Are you currently suffering a toothache or have been told you need root canal therapy? Many people have a negative reaction to the words “root canal” but the truth is that root canal treatments save teeth. Many teeth that would have had to be extracted in years past can now be restored and used indefinitely, […]
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When a Tooth Extraction Is Necessary

Hearing the dentist say, “The tooth needs to be extracted” is not exactly enjoyable news to receive. In fact, it may bring about feelings of dread, sadness, and even fear. Although most dentists will try and save a tooth through conservative treatments first, there are times when a tooth is too far damaged and must […]
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When is a Replacement Crown Necessary?

A replacement crown is necessary if damage occurs to an existing dental crown. Although durable materials are used in fabricating dental crowns, they are not invincible. Depending on the material used and the lifestyle habits of the individual patient, dental crowns typically last about 10 to 15 years. A dental crown is designed to cover […]
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