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The Dental Center of Mishawaka Blog – General
Are you missing one or several teeth? Your tooth replacement options are dentures, bridgework, or dental implants, yet the most recommended option is a dental implant. But the outcome of your treatment rests on your recovery, so learn how to take care of yourself after the procedure to ensure the best results.
Thanks to advances in dentistry, there are many different dental crowns for many different needs. If you only need to improve the front of your teeth, you’ll be happy to hear that there are special dental crowns made especially for your case.
Did you know almost 70 percent of adults between the ages of 35 and 44 are missing at least one permanent tooth? If you’re one of those missing teeth, today dental implants and dental bridges are two ways to replace teeth you’ve lost. Learn which is right for you.
If you have bad breath, you’re likely suffering from halitosis. Discover what causes this common condition and how to treat the trouble.
If you think braces have to be noticeable, think again. Today, invisible braces are offering effective and discreet dental treatment. See if they’re right for you.
For decades, dental sealants have provided outstanding cavity protection to kids. Find out all you need to know about this dental decay defense.
Do you know what to do if you crack your molar? Find all the answers you need in this helpful dental guide.
If you’re missing teeth, you have a few different ways to replace them. The two most popular options are dentures and All-on-4® dental implants. See which is best for you.
Before you get Invisalign®, discover eight essential facts about wearing and caring for clear braces.
Are you having oral surgery? Be assured that your dentist in Mishawaka will give you instructions on how to get ready and recover, but here are some simple tips to help you heal even faster.