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What’s the Difference Between Fillings and Dental Crowns?

May 6, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 1:27 am
dental crowns lying on a table

If you’re dealing with an uncomfortable toothache, your preference for restorative treatment probably comes down to “do whatever works.” However, there are quite a few different treatments that “work” for similar conditions, and you might wonder which one is best for your unique situation.

If you’re dealing with damage or decay to your tooth, you may wonder whether a dental filling or a dental crown is best. Here’s some information about each of these treatments, and how you can tell which one is best for you.


Discover the Truth Behind These 5 Common Gum Recontouring Myths and Misconceptions

April 21, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 7:40 pm
Illustration of smile before and after gum recontouring

When it comes to cosmetic dentistry, gum recontouring can be an excellent choice for anyone who has a smile that looks a little too “gummy.” However, many people who could potentially benefit from this treatment choose not to pursue it, and in some cases, it’s due to a misunderstanding of the procedure and its utility. Below are 5 gum recontouring myths and misconceptions that need to stop.


What to Do After You Get a Dental Crown

April 6, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 4:54 am
3-d model of a dental crown

Dental crowns are an incredibly versatile treatment—they’re one of the few that are used for both restorative and cosmetic purposes. Whether you’re capping off a root canal treatment or want to change the look of a tooth, dental crowns are a quick and easy way to help you!

If you have gotten a dental crown recently, there’s a little bit of aftercare you may need to do directly after the procedure. Here’s what the days after getting your dental crown are likely to look like.


What You Need to Know About Removing a Failed Dental Implant

March 3, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 5:53 pm
closeup of a dental implant

Since their inception, dental implants have been considered the gold standard when it comes to replacing missing teeth. This is because they’re able to fully replicate the entire lost tooth’s structure without compromising the natural beauty of your smile. But despite their awesome capabilities, dental implants can still sometimes fail; and when this happens, they’ll need to be removed before additional problems arise. Here’s more from your dentist about why implants can fail and how the issue is usually handled.


What Do Dental Implants Feel Like?

February 16, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 12:51 am
person with dental implants smiling

If you are missing teeth and looking to have them replaced, dental implants might be a good option. They are made from sturdy dental-grade titanium and are the only option to replace both the roots and the crown of the tooth. If you have never had dental implants before, you may be wondering what they feel like. Continue reading to learn how the procedure works and what sensations you can expect from this treatment.


How Many Hours a Day Can You Wear Dentures? 

February 3, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 11:20 pm
older person with dentures smiling

Dentures are a common way to replace several or all of your teeth. Well-made restorations give your smile a natural look and effortlessly blend in with your remaining teeth, if you have any. Though it may be tempting to wear your restorations 24/7, is this safe? Continue reading to learn how many hours per day you can wear your dentures and the potential risks of wearing them for too long.


Is There an Upper Age Limit for Wisdom Teeth Removal?

January 4, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 7:04 pm
an older patient visiting their dentist

Most people have their wisdom teeth removed by their dentist during their teenage years or early 20s—it’s often best to undergo the procedure sooner rather than later, before the teeth have the potential to cause problems inside your mouth! However, is it possible to be too old to undergo wisdom tooth extraction? Here’s what you need to know concerning wisdom teeth removal in older patients.


What to Know About Seeking Emergency Dental Care on a Budget

January 3, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 7:11 pm
a patient seeking emergency dental care

The world can come to a screeching halt when you sustain a dental emergency; however, as alarming as these situations might seem, they can be handled if you’re able to quickly visit your emergency dentist! That said, sometimes patients also worry about experiencing another kind of pain—pain to their wallet—when going in for emergency dental care, especially if they don’t have dental insurance. Here’s what you need to know about getting urgent care on a budget so that you can ensure your oral health isn’t in jeopardy.


After All-on-4: What to Expect During Recovery

December 15, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 3:43 pm
Render of All-on-4 dentures for the lower arch

With the innovative All-on-4 procedure, you can enjoy dentures that look, feel, and function like your natural teeth thanks to four carefully placed implant posts. But before you can enjoy the advantages of All-on-4 dental implants, you’ll need to undergo a small surgery, after which there will be a short recovery period. What can you expect to happen during All-on-4 recovery, and how can you make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible? The following post has the answers you need.


5 Signs You Need a Root Canal

November 25, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — AdvancedDental @ 8:39 pm
woman visiting emergency dentist in Greenfield

A common myth is that you will experience unbearable pain when you need a root canal. However, that’s not necessarily true. During the early stages, the majority of signs can only be identified by a trained dentist. Physical symptoms typically don’t start showing up until the problem has become severe. That’s why it’s incredibly important to stay on top of your routine checkups! With their help, you can restore your oral health with a root canal before it’s too late. Read on to learn which signs indicate you may need to get a root canal in Greenfield.

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