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Restorative Dentistry

Dental Bridges

Dental Bridges

Whether you are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, adult tooth loss can be a detriment to both your smile and your health. Furthermore, the longer a tooth is missing, the greater risks a person faces of additional complications, such as changing facial structure and shifting teeth. By choosing the right cosmetic dentist and the […]

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Mind the Gap: Treatment Options for Missing Teeth

Mind the Gap: Treatment Options for Missing Teeth

Patients who come to our Wilmette dental practice know that we offer state-of-the-art restorative dentistry solutions. Whether treating tooth decay, gum disease, or tooth loss, we have a treatment that can help. People who are missing teeth know that the loss of even just one tooth can cause aesthetic problems as well as health issues. […]

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Tooth Sensitivity and Chewing

Tooth Sensitivity and Chewing

Chewing food is one of those tasks that we take for granted as being simple…until it no longer is. If you are suffering from tooth sensitivity, then you are probably nostalgic for the days when you could take a bite of food and simply enjoy it. Unworried about whether it would be accompanied by sharp, […]

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What’s Missing: The Causes of Tooth Loss

What’s Missing: The Causes of Tooth Loss

When people come to our Wilmette practice for dental care, they know that they will receive custom treatment that puts their dental health needs first. We are committed to providing state-of-the-art restorative dentistry treatments to address all sorts of dental problems, from tooth decay and gum disease to tooth loss. There are many reasons why […]

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Dry Mouth and Dental Damage: How to Protect Your Oral Health

Dry Mouth and Dental Damage: How to Protect Your Oral Health

Dry mouth, also called xerostomia, is an oral health issue that results in inadequate saliva production. Breathing dry air, dehydration, smoking, genetics, or damaged or infected salivary glands may cause dry mouth. A dry mouth is more than an uncomfortable nuisance. It can actually lead to severe dental damage. General dentistry treatments can help protect […]

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Prevent Teeth Grinding and Damage to Your Teeth

Prevent Teeth Grinding and Damage to Your Teeth

The teeth are used to break down foods so that they can be more easily swallowed and digested. While this may seem like a fairly simple task, it places a lot of pressure on the teeth. It is important to care for the teeth so that this force and pressure do not cause the teeth […]

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