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What is root canal therapy? Root canal therapy is the only solution for infections based within the root canal system. This is the network that provides each tooth with the blood and nutrients that it needs to remain healthy. While smaller teeth such as incisors and canines tend to have one root, larger molars may have two or three roots. If you are experiencing the symptoms of a root canal infection, the problem could be in any or all of the tooth roots...Read More​​​​​​​

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A dental crown is a both a restorative and cosmetic dentistry treatment. The crown itself is a tooth-shaped hollow prosthetic that works by covering the affected tooth, encasing it entirely inside. Doing so protects the natural tooth from being further damaged or affected by decay. Your new crown functions just like a natural tooth...Read More​​​​​​​

Preventative Dentistry​​​​​​​

Educate yourself on preventative dentistry best practices and treatments. If you'd like to schedule a Preventative Dentistry appointment in Tuscon, call 520-224-1600..Read More​​​​​​​

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The appearance of our smile can have a significant impact on the impression that we make on those around us. Studies have shown that an increasing number of people now pay close attention to the way that teeth look, with as many as 81% ruling out a second date with a potential love interest simply because their smile is unappealing. With pressure for our teeth to look as attractive as possible, perhaps it is little wonder that so many people are turning to cosmetic dentistry, which is now more affordable and accessible than ever before...Read More​​​​​​​

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Gum disease tends to be a condition that we don’t take very seriously until it starts to cause us some major problems. A lot of that comes down to the fact that the initial symptoms are mild and easily overlooked or ignored. After all, who has time these days to check out a little blood in the sink that isn’t actually causing us any pain? In actual fact, bleeding gums when brushing your teeth is one of the very first signs of gum disease and if you seek professional help at this stage, you could prevent much more serious and potentially life-threatening problems from developing...Read More​​​​​​​