Full Mouth Reconstruction

What’s the Benefit of Seeing a Dentist with a CT Scanner?

Aug 13th, 2017 | By

Before undergoing a dental procedure, most patients need x-rays taken. Dr. Claudia Denes in Fresno, CA uses CT scanners to make diagnoses and create precise treatment plans. At Fresno Dental Studio, we use cone beam CT scans to capture high-quality images in a single scan, rather than taking individual multiple images. Dr. Denes has found

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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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Fresno Dentists: Orthodontics in a Full Mouth Reconstruction

Mar 6th, 2013 | By

Minor cosmetic dental issues may seem more important these days than ever before, but when they do not directly affect your oral health, correcting them is relatively simple. For instance, professional tooth-whitening can erase most surface stains and brighten your smile, while dental bonding can reshape an oddly spaced or chipped tooth. When you have

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Fresno Dentists Explain a Full Mouth Reconstruction

Jan 24th, 2013 | By

Reality-TV got a giant boost through the popular makeover shows that once dominated the airwaves. While these shows may not have contributed greatly to our cultural consciousness, they did exemplify the importance that confidence has to your overall quality of life. For instance, countless studies suggest that your smile is one of the most noticeable

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Fresno Dentists Explain a Full Mouth Reconstruction

Nov 20th, 2012 | By

A brilliant smile can mean a world of difference. If you were born with a perfect smile, then you may not notice that difference, but if the color, shape, or size of your teeth make you unhappy, then you may appreciate the change that a confident smile would bring to your quality of life. In

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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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Don’t Let Apprehension Destroy Your Oral Health

Oct 8th, 2012 | By

The feeling of uneasiness that accompanies many people to their dentist’s office is not uncommon. In fact, that uneasiness can often be strong enough to prevent some people from making the trip at all. The rationale behind such trepidation is not entirely sound—if you avoid the dentist for fear of having your teeth worked on,

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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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What Cosmetic Dentistry in Fresno Can Do for You

Aug 23rd, 2012 | By

Cosmetic Dentistry in Fresno, CA My teeth are discolored and yellowed ! Everyday activities like drinking coffee or soft drinks can take a toll on your smile, leaving you with yellowed or stained teeth. Fresno dentists, Dr. Claudia Denes and Dr. Alex Denes, offer professional teeth whitening to brighten your smile. This in-office procedure is

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Fresno Dentists Challenge You to Quiz Yourself: Dental Implants

Jul 26th, 2012 | By

Q1. What are dental implants? A. Tooth replacement B. Cosmetic dentistry C. Restorative dentistry D. All of the above   Q2. What makes dental implants different from dentures? A. Dental implants are implanted into the jawbone. B. Dental implants are easier to maintain. C. Dental implants can last a lifetime with proper dental care. D.

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