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Southview Dentistry CASE STUDY: Pinhole Surgical Technique

Case Study: Pinhole Surgical Technique – Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation

Do you experience tooth pain from hot and cold sensitivity?

Are your gums receding and exposing the roots of your teeth?

If so, you could benefit from pinhole gum rejuvenation.

Your gum is the support for your teeth and protects your teeth from disease, deterioration and other unsightly issues.

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Southview Dentistry Study - Porcelain Onlays

Case Study: Porcelain Onlays

What are Porcelain Onlays? At Southview we use the CEREC machine to mill porcelain onlays for teeth. These are used to restore teeth where cavities or other tooth damage has compromised too much of the tooth for a traditional filling to effectively fix the tooth. Therefore, it’s a great way to preserve as much of the patient’s existing healthy tooth enamel as possible, which is ideal for maintaining a strong, long-lasting and natural mouth.

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ON THE ROAD - Continuing Education

ON THE ROAD: Continuing CEREC Education on Front Teeth Aesthetics

Our dentists, Dr. Kelly and Dr. Micheal, spent the weekend in Santa Rosa, CA doing hands-on trainings with Dr. James Klim himself, of the Klim Institute! Their classes focused on the mastering CEREC techniques for restoring patients’ front teeth look and feel for the best natural-looking finish.

Dentistry is constantly evolving with new technologies and techniques for less invasive and more natural looking teeth restorations. This “aesthetic revolution” is providing more options for dentists to provide to their patients for better care and outcomes!

Click read more to check out the gallery from our weekend in California!

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Front Teeth Repairs using Composite Resin

Case Study: Composite Repairs on Front Teeth

Front teeth repairs come in all shapes, sizes and materials.

Composite resins, or tooth-colored fillings, provide good durability and resistance to fracture in small- to mid-size fillings that need to withstand moderate pressure from the constant stress of chewing. They can be used on either front or back teeth. They are a good choice for people who prefer that their fillings look more natural.

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