Category: Restorative Dentistry

Will My Fillings Look Natural?

When a patient develops a cavity, treatment is crucial to avoid the onset of infection or even the loss of your tooth. In order to fix the tooth, then we may place a dental filling. With our composite resin fillings, we can offer lifelike dental restorations for Richfield, MN, patients.

I Lost A Tooth! Now What?

Have you lost a tooth? Don’t panic! We have dental prosthetics to help patients in Richfield, MN, enjoy a full and functional smile. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at creating and placing a lifelike dental bridge.

When Is a Dental Crown Your Best Option?

When your tooth needs special attention, the best way to treat it is usually the way that offers optimal results in the most conservative manner. For instance, several different types of issues can successfully be addressed with a custom dental crown, which is designed to mimic a tooth’s appearance as well as restore and protect… Read more »

Does My Tooth Need A Filling?

Do you have an aching tooth? If so, then you should see the dentist for a diagnosis. Otherwise, a minor problem could soon spell major complications for your smile. In today’s blog, we’re looking at when a tooth needs a filling and what the procedure may involve.

How Do You Create Natural Looking Crowns?

When a patient comes to us with minor damage, then we can often address it using tooth bonding. But what about serious damage? To address fractures, breakage, or advanced decay and infection, we can use a custom-made dental crown.

How Do Fillings Fix Cavities?

If you have decay, then you need to undergo treatment. Otherwise, what seems like a minor irritant can soon threaten the stability of your tooth. In order to repair a cavity, we often place a lifelike dental filling. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss when to see the dentist and how we place a… Read more »

Does My Smile Need A Custom-Made Crown?

We have a number of treatment options to restore a tooth, whether one has developed tooth decay or major damage. In many cases, we may recommend a custom-made dental crown. What situations call for a crown? What should a patient expect from the placement process?