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  • Missing Teeth? Make a Dental Appointment Today | West Palm Beach Dentist
    Missing Teeth? Make a Dental Appointment Today | West Palm Beach Dentist

    There are many adults that have had a couple of decayed or missing teeth replaced. While replacing your missing teeth for aesthetic reasons is understandable, it’s important to have any missing teeth ...

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  • Beware of Frozen Summertime Treats | West Palm Beach Dentist
    Beware of Frozen Summertime Treats | West Palm Beach Dentist

    When you think of summertime, chances are a frozen treat of some sort comes to mind. For some, that also sends chills down their spine because of tooth sensitivity. While your dentist can diagnose the ...

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  • What are Dental Crowns? | West Palm Beach Dentist
    What are Dental Crowns? | West Palm Beach Dentist

    Dental Crowns address aesthetic needs, restore tooth function, and enhance the overall health of your mouth. Especially in cases where teeth have large broken down fillings, a dental crown can protect ...

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  • Obtain a Perfect Smile with Dental Crowns | West Palm Beach, FL
    Obtain a Perfect Smile with Dental Crowns | West Palm Beach, FL

    Dental Crowns address aesthetic needs, restore tooth function, and enhance the overall health of your mouth. In cases where teeth have large broken down fillings, a dental crown can protect and ...

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  • Top 10 Advantages of Crowns | West Palm Beach, FL
    Top 10 Advantages of Crowns | West Palm Beach, FL

    A crown is a cap placed over a tooth to restore its strength and appearance. Crowns have several uses such as to protect a weak or broken tooth. Also, crowns are used to cover a large filling or help ...

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  • Dental Crowns and Bridges for Fractured or Decayed Tooth
    Dental Crowns and Bridges for Fractured or Decayed Tooth

    Crowns and Bridges – West Palm Beach Florida A crown saves the tooth and feels comfortable and natural in your mouth. When a tooth is injured by decay, fracture, or has had too many fillings, your ...

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