Fresno Restorative Dentistry

What Is Virtual Dental Treatment Planning?

Sep 25th, 2017 | By

Rather than guessing on the ideal location for dental implants, Fresno, CA dentist Dr. Claudia Denes uses virtual dental treatment planning. Implants are surgically placed into strong, viable jawbone through a small incision in the gums. Custom-made restorations are affixed to the dental posts to form a secure attachment. Crowns, crown and bridges, and dentures

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How All-On-Four Implants Improve Quality of Life

Jul 26th, 2017 | By

All-On-Four implants secure your dentures in place, with just four posts in each jawbone. Fresno, CA dentist Dr. Claudia Denes can completely restore your smile with the help of All-on-Four dental implants and a custom-made implant-supported denture. If you have a healthy mouth, but are facing significant tooth loss in the upper or lower jaw,

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What Can Dental Bonding Do for Your Smile?

May 30th, 2013 | By

With such a small area to work with, restoring the health and appearance of your teeth requires a great deal of precision. While the skill of your dentist plays an enormous role, the quality of the materials used can dictate the quality of your dental procedure. For more effective and discrete cosmetic and dental health

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Why Would You Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Mar 13th, 2013 | By

  Have you heard the term “full mouth reconstruction” but don’t know what that means or if it’s applicable to you? If life were ideal, you would only have to deal with one problem at a time. Most likely, finding the best solution in any given situation is considerably simpler when you are able to

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Top 3 Advantages of Dental Bridges from Your Fresno Dentists

Mar 8th, 2013 | By

1. Non-surgical Tooth Replacement Dental bridges replace one or more missing teeth in an arch using minimally invasive procedures. Dental bridges, or bridgework, involves placing two porcelain crowns on abutment teeth which uphold an artificial tooth between. One advantage of dental bridges is that the non-surgical procedure may only require local anesthesia to numb the

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Look Years Younger with Dental Implants from Your Fresno Dentists

Nov 6th, 2012 | By

If you’ve lost one or more teeth, you may be interested in learning your options for replacing them. While there are several, including dental bridges and dentures that can correct various tooth-loss needs, only one option addresses and corrects all of the compound problems that may result from a missing tooth. As implant dentists in

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Does Your Dental Filling Sit Too High?

Oct 16th, 2012 | By

The act of removing decayed tooth tissue and replacing it with a man-made material has been practiced since times of old. The main purpose of the procedure is to halt the spread of infection before more damage is done to your oral cavity, and typically, the most pleasing result is the cessation of tooth sensitivity

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Fresno Dentists Discuss the Formation of Tooth Decay

Oct 5th, 2012 | By

Tooth decay affects over 90% of the American population before they reach the age of 60. Cavities are so common that the mention of them rarely produces an ominous feeling. However, the havoc that untreated cavities wreak on your oral health can irreversibly damage more than just one tooth. To help raise awareness of the

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How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Improve Your Quality of Life

Oct 3rd, 2012 | By

Studies have shown that smiling openly and confidently can benefit multiple areas of your personal and professional life, including your health and wellbeing. If your teeth are stained, chipped, crooked, misaligned, or blemished in some other way, you may not be inclined to smile your brightest in public. As dedicated cosmetic dentists in Fresno, Dr.

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Could Smokeless Tobacco Cause Oral Cancer?

Sep 4th, 2012 | By

For smokers looking to quit, many consider the using smokeless tobacco such as chew, dip, or snuff. The belief that smokeless tobacco is the lesser of two evils when compared to smoking cigarettes is an unfortunate myth. In fact, researchers have recently suggested that smokeless tobacco has an increased risk of oral cancer over smoking

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