Embarking on the journey to dental implants starts with a crucial step – the initial consultation. If you’re considering dental […]
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When it comes to restoring smiles, dental implants have revolutionized modern dentistry. A dental implant is an artificial titanium fixture […]
At Seastone Dental, we understand the importance of a confident smile and the impact it can have on our patients’ […]
We know patients never like to hear they have a cavity. However, cavities can be quickly and effectively treated with dental fillings. When it comes to dental fillings, there typically is an option between filling materials. Read our blog post to learn about the difference between amalgam and composite fillings.
A restoration procedure commonly performed by dentists is dental crowns. Crowns help to keep the integrity of the tooth protected long-term and restore it to its most natural appearance and shape. Check out our blog post for signs you might need a dental crown.
While it’s fun to play games like basketball or soccer or always great to have friendly competitions with friends, a fun event can sometimes end with a knocked-out tooth. If you end up with one less tooth, it’s critical to act fast to save your tooth successfully. Read our blog post for five steps to save a knocked-out tooth!
Are you missing teeth? There are a handful of great replacement options, like dental implants! This treatment restores your smile’s appearance and function. Check out our blog post to find out if dental implants are the right choice for you.
In a perfect world, you would keep all your natural teeth for your whole life. There are certain cases, however, where a tooth extraction is the best thing for your health. Read our blog post to find out if this process hurts.
If you’re due to get a tooth extraction, there’s no need to fret. Extractions are routine procedures, and you’ll be kept comfortable as with any other dental procedure. Check out our blog post to learn more about what to expect from your extraction.
No one ever wants to get root canal therapy, but when you need it, you shouldn’t waste time seeking dental treatment in order to protect your smile. Read our blog post to learn about the signs you may need a root canal.