Month: August 2021

Does A Tooth Ever Need To Be Extracted?

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In our last blog, we talked about how treating an infection with a root canal could prevent the need for an extraction. But in today’s blog, we would like to look at the situations in which removing a tooth is necessary for the health and wellbeing of your smile. In today’s blog, your Kansas City,… Read more »

Could A Root Canal Prevent An Extraction?

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When you have an infection in your smile, or an abscess, this could lead to major pain and also, the potential loss of your tooth. To prevent the tooth from being lost or removed, you need to treat the issue quickly. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist discusses how we do so with… Read more »

A Lifelike Way To Treat Cavities

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When you have a cavity, you have an issue that will grow worse with time. To offer a discreet and lifelike treatment, your Kansas City, MO, dentist will place a dental filling. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how we create a natural-looking filling, and what you can do to avoid future cavities.

Safeguarding Your Smile With Mouthguards

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Did you know that our team offers custom-made mouthguards for patients of all ages? In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about how we design and craft these mouthguards. We will also explain how we can use these to not only prevent injuries, but to also treat common issues like TMJ disorder or… Read more »

Removing Plaque Buildup With A Cleaning

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When you have harmful plaque buildup, this could lead to not only bad breath and unsightly teeth stains, but a greater risk of cavities and even periodontal disease. To preserve your smile and prevent discomfort, you need to have this buildup removed regularly. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist explains how we accomplish… Read more »

Don’t Put Off Your Next Checkup

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Do you have a checkup visit in the future? If so, be sure you don’t skip it, and if not, try to schedule one soon! Every six months we want to see you for a thorough dental exam. While this may seem like a minor procedure, a checkup is key to helping people for all… Read more »