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9 Things To Know About CEREC Crowns

Dental crowns are an important restoration commonly used in dentistry to protect or repair a tooth. Making them used to take weeks or months, but CEREC crowns from Mason Dental in Grapevine have sped the process up. A crown is placed over the top of a tooth that has been damaged or undergone dental work.

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Royalty At Mason Dental – Cosmetic & Family Dentistry

When we crown one of our patients at Mason Dental in Grapevine, the coronation is a celebration of a stronger smile. The necessity of a dental crown is usually apparent. Based on how much tooth is available to hold in a filling, sometimes a crown is needed to add more support and to keep the

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Dental Crowns Solve Dental Dilemmas

A dental crown is a strong, natural-looking permanent tooth restoration that covers the top of the damaged tooth. At Mason Dental in Grapevine, we use dental crowns to solve a number of dental dilemmas. Crowns are useful for the following issues: A fractured tooth with decay An ill-fitting existing crown A decayed tooth that has lost a

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What Is Necessary For A Dental Crown?

Dental crowns have been around for millennia and are still used to restore smiles today. Ancient dentists used ivory, bone, and seashells to make crowns for teeth. At Mason Dental in Grapevine TX, we use modern materials. A dental crown procedure consists of numerous steps: Tooth Preparation We begin by anesthetizing the tooth to be

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You Be The Judge: Cosmetic Dentistry in Grapevine

If you’re looking into cosmetic dental options, you have probably heard that cosmetic dentistry can provide you with a ‘perfect smile’ or a ‘celebrity smile.’ Are these superlatives simply exaggerations? We invite you to judge for yourself. A smile makeover involves multiple procedures which may include the following: Dental Implants A dental implant is a

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Dental Danger Zone? Cosmetic Dentistry in Grapevine

You would never run a red light on a busy Grapevine street, or cross over a lane of orange construction cones on the freeway. Yet every day, seemingly innocent activity may put your teeth at risk, leaving you in need of cosmetic dentistry. Crunching ice between your teeth, for example. Seems refreshing, especially on a

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