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Partials and Bridges and Implants, Oh My!

For patients who are missing a single tooth or several teeth, there are many ways to address these gaps. These include partial dentures, bridges and implants – but what’s the difference? And which option is best for you?

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3 Things I Learned – My MAGD Certification

I recently received the designation of Master of the Academy of General Dentistry (MAGD), which is a rigorous dental education program with a demanding set of requirements.  Included in these requirements is the completion of 1,100 continuing education (CE) hours … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Dental Implants

For patients missing a single tooth or several teeth, we often discuss the pros and cons of dental implants. This option is a good solution where a patient’s tooth has been deemed non-restorable, or has already run the gambit of … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Dental Implants

The Benefits of Dental Implants  During my time as a cosmetic dentist, I have received a number of questions from patients regarding dental implants. These typically range from what is a dental implant to how long will implants last once … Continue reading

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Congenitally Missing Laterals

 The following case was a very interesting one with a few hurdles and difficult choices to make. This female teenage patient presented to the office with congenitally missing lateral incisors, meaning she was born without these teeth. Her canines had drifted … Continue reading

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