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A Tooth With a Small Cavity Might Be Treated With a Dental Filling

The contoured surfaces of your teeth can sometimes trap stray food particles and plaque. If these bacterial deposits are not cleared away by your daily brushing and flossing efforts they could start to demineralize the surrounding tooth enamel, which could cause a cavity. Early signs of tooth decay might involve increasing sensitivity and a change in the surface texture of... read more »

A Tooth With an Occlusal Fracture Needs Timely Treatment

Each of your teeth has a specific shape and contour that helps it meet efficiently with its partners in your dentition. When a cavity or chip affects the biting surface of a tooth it can lead to significant discomfort and sensitivity. Individuals with bad oral habits like crunching on ice or nervously nibbling on pens and pencils are often at... read more »

A Tooth Suffering from a Large Cavity Might Need a Dental Crown Restoration

The contours of your teeth can sometimes trap plaque, food particles, and other bacterial deposits. If you struggle to effectively clean these areas when brushing and flossing, the persistent bacterial presence can increase your chances of suffering a cavity in the tooth enamel. If you decide to skip one of your regularly scheduled dental checkups even a small area of tooth... read more »