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Using Crowns and Bridges to Restore Your Smile

As a seasoned dentist in Royal Oak, MI, Dr. Suchi Chalasani is able to offer many different cosmetic and restorative dental treatments to our patients to help fit their individual needs.  

For patients who have missing, broken, or damaged teeth, one of the best restorative dental options is the use of crowns and bridges. If you are a Royal Oak patient who has sustained damage to one or more of your natural teeth, it is possible to maintain the look and feel of those natural teeth through the placement of high-quality dental crowns and dental bridges.

Dental crowns and bridges can be used together or as two separate services. ...

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Getting a Dental Crown? Here's What You can Expect from Your Visit

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Have you been told that you would benefit from a dental crown? A crown is an excellent solution for a tooth that has been fractured, treated with root canal therapy, or damaged by deep decay. Because a crown replaces your entire tooth structure, you'll still enjoy all the function you had before, which means eating, brushing, flossing, and most importantly smiling remains the same. Here's what you should know about dental crowns in Royal Oak.

Your First Appointment

Dental crowns are typically completed over two appointments. At your first visit, Dr. Chalasani will prepare your tooth for its crown. She will create a temporary crown for you to wear while ...

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What To Do When You Break a Tooth

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Though the enamel of your tooth is strong and meant to last your entire life, sometimes teeth can become chipped and broken. Whether it is through trauma to your face or biting down on a hard piece of candy, many people break or chip a tooth at some point. Yet, many people don’t know what to do when this happens. At Family Dentistry of Royal Oak, we want to prepare our patients for these dental emergencies, and make ourselves available when they need us most. 

What to do if you break a tooth

As soon as you realize your tooth is chipped or cracked, you should contact your dentist and set up ...

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