Dr. Hodges' Blog
July 6, 2018
Temporary crowns are designed to act as a placeholder to protect teeth while permanent crowns are being made. Whether it’s to cover a tooth damaged by decay or dental injury, the temporary crown can sufficiently do so without worry of bacteria or food debris getting in.
The next time you need permanent dental crowns in Conyers, just know that it will be available in a couple weeks. You’ll be glad your dentist took the time to make it fit and blend into your natural smile as much as possible.
June 28, 2018
Dental crowns in Conyers have helped countless people to enjoy a strong smile despite past dental problems. Indeed, crowns can protect a weakened tooth, bringing back its strength and protecting it against further damage. They’re also often placed after root canals to fortify the tooth underneath. But did you know that dental crowns can serve another purpose? They can drastically improve the way your teeth look, thereby boosting your confidence and brightening your smile.
May 4, 2018
Restorative dentistry has only gotten better over the years. When it comes to dental crowns, there truly is no exception. Saving a tooth from extraction due to decay or a dental injury has never been easier. While dental crowns are durable and designed to last for many years, it doesn’t mean they are guaranteed to last forever.
To learn how long dental crowns in Conyers last and how to properly care for them, keep reading.
April 19, 2018
Have you ever bitten into a delicious, crunchy treat only to feel your tooth break? Do you play a sport where your smile, unfortunately, collided with a hard surface? How about years of dental wear, tooth staining, and damage that come with age? If you said yes to any of these, you’re not alone. Many patients don’t bother to have their dental health issues repaired unless they are extremely painful, but it’s always best to receive treatment right away. Your Conyers dentist and dental care team can help you find conservative, cosmetically flawless restorative dentistry solutions to fully repair your smile’s form, function, and appearance.
February 23, 2018
One of a dentist’s primary responsibilities is to educate patients on their oral health, helping them to adopt good habits and alerting them to potential problems. Most of this education takes place on a one-on-one basis in the dental office, but some of it can happen online as well. That’s why your dentist in Conyers is excited to introduce our new blog, which will bring you fascinating information on a range of topics that relate to your smile. We’d like to start things off by introducing our dentists and our website.