Natural Dental Services Blog

Palette Perfection: How Dentists Achieve Seamless Dental Crown Color Matches

January 12, 2024

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Man smiling with his new dental crown

If you ask many dentists why they decided to get into the profession, they will tell you it’s because they enjoy combining art and science. There are few treatments that capture this merger than dental crowns. Ensuring that the crowns seamlessly blend with the natural color of the surrounding teeth is difficult. Achieving this color consistency requires precision and skill.

If you want to learn how dentists use modern technology to color-match dental crowns, continue reading.


How Will My Dentist Prepare My Tooth for a Crown?

December 13, 2023

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Dental crown treatments allow dentists to restore a tooth to its original size and function after it has been severely weakened due to an injury, decay, or a dental procedure like a root canal. Modern dental crowns are designed to look just like natural teeth, meaning that they can be virtually invisible to casual observers. Here’s how dental crowns work and what you can expect to happen when having one placed.


Lost a Dental Filling? Here’s What You Should Do

November 22, 2023

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Concerned woman covering mouth after losing a dental filling

Dental fillings can last for several years, but unfortunately, they are not permanent. At some point, you may feel one of your fillings fall out, or you might simply look in the mirror and see a small hole in your tooth where a filling used to be. What should you do in such a situation? Do not panic. Instead, take practical steps to get your dental emergency under control so you can go back to enjoying a healthy, well-protected smile. Here is an overview of what you should do:


How Can Asthma Affect Your Oral Health?

October 22, 2023

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Woman preparing to use her asthma inhaler

An estimated 27 million people in the U.S. have asthma. If you are among them, you should certainly do all you can to manage your condition. Part of that involves keeping a close eye on your oral health. Just how can asthma affect your oral health, and how can you minimize its impact on your smile? This blog post provides some important information.


The Positive Side of Tooth Extraction

September 15, 2023

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A fun wooden display of a tooth extraction

If you’ve ever had a tooth extracted, you know that it can be a disheartening experience. Losing a tooth can almost feel like losing a limb—a part of you. However, it doesn’t have to always be a negative experience. There are many positive benefits to tooth extraction.

If you want to look on the bright side and learn how tooth extraction can help you, continue reading.


Sensitivity and Teeth Whitening: What You Should Know

August 16, 2023

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Woman holding ice cream cone, struggling with sensitive teeth

Many people are dissatisfied with the color of their teeth, so they purchase whitening products that claim to be able to remove stains. Often, those products are at least somewhat effective. However, they may cause uncomfortable side effects. For example, many people experience sharp and painful dental sensitivity. What should you know about sensitivity and teeth whitening? Is it possible to brighten your smile without sensitivity? This blog post provides useful information.


10 Fascinating Facts about Your Teeth

July 16, 2023

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Close-up of woman’s smile and dental mirror

You use your teeth every day, and you do your best to take care of them. Still, you might not often pause to think about just how unique and amazing they are. In this blog post, you will learn 10 fascinating facts about your teeth that might just deepen your appreciation for this vital part of your smile.


5 Reasons to Get Started with Dental Implants This Summer

June 24, 2023

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Smiling, mature couple enjoying time outdoors

Missing teeth can lead to a number of serious problems. Not only might they make you feel self-conscious, but they could also adversely affect your health and daily quality of life. That is why many people are turning to dental implants to replace their lost dentition. Are you thinking about investing in this remarkable form of tooth replacement for yourself? If so, there is no need to wait before you embark on your journey. In fact, there are plenty of reasons to get started with dental implants this summer.


3 Reasons to Brighten Your Smile with Professional Teeth Whitening for the Summer!

May 24, 2023

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a family smiling on the beach after the parents got professional teeth whitening

Summer has arrived and it’s time to enjoy all that it brings! Whether it’s an exciting travel destination, time on the beach, or enjoying a family barbeque, the warmer months bring many picture-perfect moments. However, many people don’t feel comfortable flashing their smiles for a camera. A survey done by OnePoll found that almost 70% of Americans try to hide their teeth due to feeling insecure about them. One of the top reasons for feeling unhappy about them was discoloration and staining. Read on to learn why summertime is the perfect time to get one of the easiest cosmetic dental treatments: professional teeth whitening!


5 Steps to Take if You Have a Loose Tooth

May 4, 2023

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a man is getting his loose tooth treated at the dentist

When you were a child, getting a loose tooth meant exciting things were about to happen. The tooth fairy would be arriving and maybe you’d be a few cents richer. However, as an adult, you always want all your pearly whites to remain firmly in your mouth! If one of your teeth becomes loose, it can be very alarming. Read on to learn five steps to take to get your smile back to being stable and happy as soon as possible.

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