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5 Components Of A Comprehensive Dental Exam

Comprehensive dental examinations are different from regular dental checkups. They involve a thorough and complete assessment of the current state of your mouth and oral cavity. Because they are so detailed, comprehensive exams are done less frequently than simple dental checkups, usually at a one to three year interval, depending on the state of your mouth and your risk for certain conditions, as determined on your last exam. Read More

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What’s The Difference...

A dental crown is a prosthetic treatment used to restore decayed, broken or severely damaged teeth. Read More


How Long Does A Dental Bridge Last?

Dental bridge treatment is used to replace one or more missing teeth. Usually the replacement tooth, known as a pontic, is bonded to the teeth adjacent to the gap using a crown. Read More