Tooth restoration is a means of replacing the damaged, diseased or broken part of a tooth, which would have resulted from a number of possible causes including disease, trauma to name but a few. Unfortunately, the natural dental tissues of various parts of human teeth do not regenerate. Once damaged or lost they need, if […] Read more ›
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This is a question so often asked when one is recommending a dental procedure or restoration. This is not only important relative to establishing reasonable and realistic expectations for the patient but it also relates to the cost or rather, far more accurately, the value of the treatment. Below is a list of common treatments […] Read more ›
Well ‘nothing’, if you happen to be lucky enough to be born with one or your parents made sure you grew up to have one (regular dental visits, excellent oral hygiene routines, healthy food and possibly braces)! Otherwise … obviously there isn’t one ‘simple’ answer. It depends on what is ‘perceived’ to be wrong and […] Read more ›
Questions about dental smile makeover are very popular and we hope you will find our answers of help: Does it hurt to do a smile makeover? I am really scared of dentistry. Answer: No it does not hurt to have any form of dentistry today and generally, ‘cosmetic’ dentistry involves even less ‘sensation’ than other treatments…. […] Read more ›
Over the next few weeks a series of commonly asked ‘aesthetic dentistry’ questions and answers will be published . The following smile makeover questions will be answered today: If I have a ‘makeover’ on my teeth, will any of my own natural tooth be destroyed? How long do these veneers last and what can go wrong? What happens […] Read more ›
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