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It Takes Just Two Visits to Complete Veneers

We understand that with recurring waves of the ongoing pandemic, people might be wary of committing to cosmetic dentistry that might require numerous visits to achieve results. We know that’s the case, even though a visit to the dentist is one of the lowest-risk activities. Fortunately, even a dramatic smile makeover might not require many dental visits.  We’ve talked [...]

CEREC One-Day Crowns and Fillings Are Perfect for Uncertain Times

Across California and across the US, many dentists are returning to work offering routine and elective dental procedures for the first time in over a month. As the American Dental Association (ADA) and local governments relax shelter-at-home orders, allowing dentists to practice more freely, it’s time to think about getting some non-emergency dental work done.  But of course we know [...]

Better Than Metal: Why CEREC Restorations Last So Long

We've talked before about the {{{{link id='50321' text='remarkable durability of CEREC restorations'}}}}, how they are the only restoration that lasts longer than gold fillings. But what makes CEREC restorations so durable? It's a material secret that we're proud to share. Not Quite Diamonds CEREC is made of ceramic, but it's an advanced ceramic composite that is designed [...]

Will Your Dentist Soon be Replaced by a Robot?

Once the stuff of science fiction, robotics have become a very real part of our workforce. From robots that work in warehouses to weapons-detecting security robots, more and more of us have started encountering robots in our jobs and day-to-day lives. But will your dentist's office be the next place you see robots at work? Researchers in China are [...]

Replace Ugly Old Fillings For a Brand New Smile

If you’ve had at least one filling in your life, you’re certainly not alone. In fact, you’re in the vast majority — a whopping 96% of Americans have had dental decay by the time they reach age 65. When your dentist treats a cavity, they remove the decayed portion of the tooth and fill in the gap with a [...]

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