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Can Dental Implants Get Stained?

concept image of woman checking for dental implants being stained

Dental implants are an excellent tooth replacement option. They mimic the look and function of natural teeth, while maintaining the health of the underlying jawbone. Unfortunately, there isn’t a tooth replacement option so advanced that it is invulnerable to damage. …

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Top Ways You Can Replace Teeth

Man wanting to replace teeth after losing one.

Replacing a tooth is never ideal, but it’s a relatively common need. Whether through accident, aging, or lapses in dental hygiene people have teeth extracted and replaced all the time. Fortunately, your Valley Alder dentist in Bloomington is more than …

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Are Teeth Implants Safe?

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Dental implants act like prosthetic teeth. They essentially replace every part of your natural tooth from root to cusp, so placing them is a pretty extensive process. That being said, your Bloomington dentist has been carefully trained to perform the …

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Foods to Avoid After Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is a great option for replacing one to three missing teeth. The appliance looks completely natural, and it is relatively easy to place. It works by anchoring a series of prosthetic teeth between two of your remaining …

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Options for Replacing Multiple Teeth

When you’re missing multiple teeth, it isn’t just about how your smile looks. Depending on their location, your missing teeth could make it more difficult to eat and speak. Without treatment, the portion of your jaw below the missing teeth …

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Dental Implants vs. Dental Bridges

If you’ve recently had teeth extracted, you may be wondering about your options going forward. No one really wants gaps in their smile, and missing teeth can cause a whole host of problems. A gap can make it more difficult …

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Benefits of Composite Resin Over Amalgam Fillings

Traditionally, dentists have used amalgam to fill cavities and for over 150 years, this mixture of metals has been used to restore oral health and prevent further decay. More recently, however, dental practices have transitioned into using composite resin for …

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