Restorative Dentistry

Wear A Crown In Owensboro

Dental crowns are among the restorative procedures we use most at Dental Designs of Owensboro. Crowns restore and protect a tooth that has been damaged, or had dental work. Each crown is custom-made to fit the tooth it is for. This type of crown is sometimes called a “cap” because of the way they fit

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Root Canal vs Dental Implant

In this post from Dental Designs of Owensboro we are going to talk about root canals, tooth extraction, and dental implants. When a tooth’s nerve and pulp becomes infected, we make a judgment call: whether to try saving the tooth with root canal therapy, or extracting it. Sometimes patients think an extraction is the best

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Dental Implant Success: The Odds Are In Your Favor

People thinking about replacing a missing tooth with a dental implant from Dental Designs of Owensboro usually want to know about implant success rate. It’s a good question. In case you are unfamiliar with dental implants, we’ll describe them below. What is a Dental Implant? A dental implant is a metal post that acts as

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Suspect A Bite Problem?

At Dental Designs of Owensboro, we know that a common dental problem tends to go undiagnosed for years. This is because people chalk it up to genetics and don’t even realize it’s a problem. The problem we’re talking about is, of course, malocclusion.  Literally meaning “bad bite,” it is a term coined by Edward Angle,

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Replace Old Silver Fillings

Superficial cuts in the skin subside without a trace, infections are wiped out with antibiotics, broken bones mend, and inflamed tissues subside. Our teeth, unfortunately, can’t regenerate. Decay can be halted in its progress, but scientists are still years away from actual enamel regeneration. That’s why the team at Dental Designs of Owensboro always emphasizes

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Crowning Achievements In Dentistry

This message from Dental Designs of Owensboro looks at one of the miracles of modern dentistry: the dental restoration. Let’s pretend you are a biomedical engineer working in the field of dentistry before the introduction of dental restorations. The men and women of your generation who have missing or damaged teeth want to repair or

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5 Ways To Restore A Tooth

There is more than one way to fix a tooth. If you are the fortunate owner of perfectly healthy teeth, you may never need any of these procedures. However, if you are like most, you will need to restore a tooth eventually. Today’s post looks at five cosmetic dentistry options from Dental Designs of Owensboro

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What Is Necessary For A Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are one of the most common restorative procedures there is, and we do a lot of them at Dental Designs of Owensboro. Placing a typical crown consists of several steps: Tooth Preparation: Any decay is removed and the tooth is shaped. Sometimes the tooth is too small; in that case, we build up

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The Rate of Bone Loss After Extraction Can Be Slowed or Stopped With an Implant

A serious side effect of losing a tooth by extraction, accident, or disease is the potential for bone loss. This can be minimized, or even avoided outright, with a dental implant from Dental Designs of Owensboro. The alveolar bone The bone surrounding the teeth is called alveolar bone. Its main job is to support the

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Missing Teeth? Don’t Miss Out On A Beautiful Smile

If you have lost one or more of your natural teeth, dental implants from Dental Designs of Owensboro may be just what you’ve been hoping for. Why is that? Dental implants support replacement teeth that look and function like the real thing. Not only that, they help to preserve your jaw bone, which can deteriorate

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