How Are Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry Different?


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Your teeth impact many aspects of your life, more than you may realize. Speech, appearance, breath, eating, and overall health are all affected by your teeth and smile. General and comprehensive dental services care for your teeth’ health, but cosmetic and restorative dentistry are specialty areas that are important to achieving a beautiful, functional smile. Here are the differences between cosmetic and restorative dentistry and how they can improve your teeth and smile.

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Quadrant Dentistry Is Good For When You Need Lots of Work


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Do you need lots of dental work? Does thinking about the multiple appointments required for your extensive dental treatment lead to discouragement. Consider this. All that dental work doesn’t have to be done one tooth at a time. Quadrant dentistry is a new approach to comprehensive dental work that can save time, money and discomfort. 

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Are You Discouraged When You Need Extensive Dental Treatment?


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Do you need lots of dental work? Does thinking about the multiple appointments required for your extensive dental treatment lead to discouragement. Consider this. All that dental work doesn’t have to be done one tooth at a time. Quadrant dentistry is a new approach to comprehensive dental work that can save time, money and discomfort. 

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Mind Your Gap? Closing the Space Between Your Upper Front Teeth


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Did you know that the gap between your two upper front teeth has a name? It’s a midline diastema. You might not like yours, but some people find them attractive. Celebrities such as Jessica Hart, Natalie Cole, Anna Paquin, and Lauren Hutton have made gaps part of their signature look. 

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What to Expect When Your Best Option is a Crown


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A common type of restorative dentistry is a crown. Dental crowns are tooth-shaped  “caps” that replace a damaged or decayed tooth. They restore the shape and size of the original tooth in a way that looks and feels completely natural. Dr. Nishan Halim, cosmetic dentist in DC, tells what you can expect when a crown is the best option.

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Why Repair a Broken Tooth? Learn From a Cosmetic Dentist in DC


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Many people, unaware of the possible consequences, let their chipped or fractured teeth go unrepaired. They may not know that these damaged teeth can be saved and repaired with treatment options that look and feed like natural teeth. Dr. Nishan Halim, cosmetic dentist in DC, wants you to know the facts.

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Straighten Your Teeth Without Braces? Cosmetic Dentist in DC Tells How


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Are you unhappy with your smile? Are you teeth crowded or crooked?  Today there are less expensive and less time-consuming alternatives to orthodontics that can give your teeth the appearance of  perfect alignment. If you problem is not too severe, one of these may be just right for you.

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Cosmetic Dentist in DC: What You Should Know About Replacing Teeth


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A missing tooth can spoil your healthy smile. But did you know that unseen missing teeth – those in the back of your mouth – can also cause a variety of problems.  Dentists recommend that nearly all your missing teeth should be replaced. The only exception? The last molars.

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Your Cosmetic Dentist in DC Can Restore Decayed Teeth and More!


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Has it been a long time since your last dental visit? Does embarrassment about the condition of your teeth prevent you from getting the treatment you need? If so, you are not alone. However, new procedures and materials now available to your cosmetic dentist in DC, allow your broken, decayed or missing teeth to be replaced and restored more comfortably than ever.

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Improve Your Smile With New Life for Older Teeth


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It is a fact of life that the passage of time takes its toll on our teeth and dental work. After all, our teeth work hard for us every day. Even the hardiest and healthiest of natural teeth will show signs of wear and tear.

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