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Root Canals with Crowns: Some Facts to Consider

It is common for patients with tooth sensitivity or soreness to think that they need a “root canal.” It is also common for dentists to perform root canals when patients have tooth sensitivity or soreness. However, I would contend that

What Is It Like to Get a Dental Crown?

It is not uncommon for a patient to ask what it is like to get a crown. For many, it may be their first crown. For others, they may have had an experience which they did not want to repeat.

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Single Front Tooth Needs a Crown

There are times when patients need a single crown or veneer on a front tooth. These opportunities can be quite challenging since the shade matching can be so difficult for a single tooth. At times for a very front tooth,

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How Can I Prevent Broken Teeth?

We are asked this question quite a bit; how can I prevent broken teeth? These patients may explain that they brush two to three times daily, they may floss daily, and they maintain their regularly scheduled preventive appointments. However, even

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Do I Really Need a Root Canal Through a Crown?

There certainly are times when a root canal procedure needs to be done through an existing crown. I would say that this exact procedure is done in Dallas tens of times a day. It is indeed a common need. So

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Do Cracked Teeth Need Crowns?

Cracked teeth are quite common. Images of these on a monitor can be quite impressive. Dentists and hygienists may encourage patients to pursue a crown as a result of the presence of a crack in a tooth. The purpose of



What is the Best Crown? Patients will often ask my advice for the best crown for them. There certainly are options. The best option depends on the tooth’s location. Naturally, for the front teeth and any tooth in the smile


Cerec Single-Appointment Crowns and Partial Crowns

For years, patients have had to endure two separate appointments in order to obtain a crown or a partial crown. While that may still be the case at times, there is a way in which patients can obtain a crown within