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Cosmetic Dentistry Can Address Imperfections in Your Smile

Braces are intended to improve the alignment of your teeth to give you an even smile. At the same time, many adults suffer other cosmetic imperfections on the teeth in their smile. This might come in the form of chips, stains or mismatched fillings. Fortunately, your dentist, Dr. Groover, is well versed in a wide range of cosmetic dentistry treatments to give you the winning smile you deserve. The specific imperfections impairing your smile will influence the treatment strategy Dr. Groover advocates.

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Do You Appreciate Your Smile Health?

At Owens Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Nathan Owens and our team want our patients in Pulaski, Tennessee, to know just how important your smile is to your oral health. Breaking it down, your teeth, gums, cheeks, tongue, throat, and even saliva production work together to create your confident smile. This Thanksgiving, we want to encourage our patients to show appreciation for your smile, and we hope these smile facts inspire you to do so: –Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in your body. –Your teeth consist of calcium, mineral salts, and phosphorus.

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Why We X-Ray Your Smile to Determine Your Oral Health

Thanks to modern technological advances, Dr. Nathan Owens and our team at Owens Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in Pulaski, Tennessee, employ digital radiography, also known as digital X-rays, to accurately pinpoint what is happening inside your mouth. Our diagnosis is aided by X-rays to determine the following: To check for decay between your pearly whites. To check for bone loss due to periodontal disease. To check for decay beneath your tooth fillings. To see if there is an infection at the tip of the tooth root near the bone.

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Teeth and Gums 101: Dental Floss

Dental floss can enhance your oral health care routine. With dental floss, your oral health care can be radically improved. Not only can dental floss defend your mouth against the effects of tooth decay and gum disease, it can keep your teeth strong and your smile debris-free. However, it is always crucial to floss correctly.

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What is Root Canal Therapy?

If you’re nervous to sit in the dental chair and restore your tooth with root canal therapy, then you’ve come to the right blog. This treatment doesn’t have to be scary or nerve wracking. In fact, it’s not nearly as bad as many make it sound. Root canal therapy, which is also known as endodontic therapy, can restore your tooth and oral health and give you the pain-free smile you desire. To help you feel more relaxed in the dental chair during treatment, Dr. Nathan Owens and our dental team would like to tell you a little more about root canals.

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Save Your Smile with the Help of Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is used to enhance the look of your teeth and gums. Often, your teeth may be in perfect health, but are stained or discolored to the point they can disrupt your entire smile. Fortunately, there are plenty of dental procedures that can not only give you a much better-looking smile, but many services can also strengthen, protect, or replace your teeth as well.

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Try Dental Veneers if You Want a Stunning Smile

Dental veneers are a possible solution to help you achieve the look you desire. They are a popular choice for those with chipped teeth, a gap between teeth, or misshapen teeth. Dental veneers are thin covers that adhere to teeth to give teeth a more classically shaped look. Owens Family & Cosmetic Dentistry offers a variety of dental veneer options to choose from.

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What to Do if You Have TMJ

What do you know about how stress can affect your health? Stress could also lead to oral health issues, including bruxism, which is commonly referred to as teeth grinding. While this might not seem like a serious issue, are you aware that bruxism might actually cause a number of serious problems?

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A Few Options for Missing Teeth

Have you ever met someone who’s missing a tooth? Still, you’ve probably heard that you can improve the cosmetic appeal of your teeth and gums by having that tooth replaced. Similarly, did you know that you may struggle with things that were once simple–such as chewing and speaking clearly? If you are missing a tooth or multiple teeth, you may eventually find other serious issues.

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