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What Happens if My Whole Smile Needs Work?

September 4, 2018

X-rays of teeth with numerous repairsOne cavity or a chipped tooth may require a filling or a dental crown to recreate your flawless smile, but what happens if almost every tooth needs help? For those patients who are struggling with extensive tooth decay, tooth loss, or other dental injuries, there may not be one, quick solution. Instead, a dentist may need to provide a cosmetic smile makeover or restorative full mouth reconstruction. Keep reading to learn more about when you may need full mouth reconstruction and what treatments may be included.
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Spruce Up for Spring with Teeth Whitening in Washington

May 15, 2018

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Spruce Up for Spring with Teeth Whitening in WashingtonSpring is the time for celebrations. Between graduations and weddings, there’s a good chance your smile will be in more than few photos this season. Why not make sure your smile looks great with teeth whitening in Washington? The procedure is completely safe so you don’t have to worry about harming your tooth enamel. Read on to learn about in-office and at-home whitening.

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Get the Smile You Want with Porcelain Veneers in Washington

April 12, 2018

smiling young womanHave you ever noticed how some people are comfortable smiling and others are not? If you fall into the second category, then maybe it’s time to transform your smile with porcelain veneers in Washington.

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Holiday Tips for Healthy Smiles from you Cosmetic Dentist in Washington

December 17, 2017

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friends at a partyChristmas and New Year’s are just around the corner, which means you’ll soon be busy shopping, planning get togethers and cooking festive meals. Now is certainly not the time to run into a dental problem. To avoid having to make an unscheduled visit to your cosmetic dentist in Washington this holiday season, read on find out what you can do to ensure bright smiles.

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Make the White Choice with Porcelain Veneers in Washington

June 17, 2017

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Make the White Choice with Porcelain Veneers in WashingtonIf your teeth are white and bright, then you likely enjoy smiling. However, people with stained and discolored teeth are often reluctant to smile and they may even cover their mouths when laughing. Porcelain veneers in Washington are an excellent choice if you want to permanently whiten your smile.

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Here are the Pros and Cons of Porcelain Veneers in Washington

May 17, 2017

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Here are the Pros and Cons of Porcelain Veneers in WashingtonPorcelain veneers, also called dental veneers, are a great way to improve the appearance of your smile. In simple terms, veneers are very thin pieces of tooth-colored porcelain that are bonded to the facial side of teeth in order to correct an aesthetic or physical problem with a tooth. Because porcelain veneers in Washington require permanently altering your teeth, you need to consider the pros and cons of this cosmetic treatment. Here they are.

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White Spots on Your Teeth? Your Cosmetic Dentist in Washington Can Help

September 25, 2016

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stained teethA beautiful smile is a feel-good accessory that goes with everything. However, if you have white spots on a few of your teeth, then you may be very self-conscious about the way your smile looks. Fortunately, there ways that your cosmetic dentist in Washington can make those spots disappear. Read on to learn what causes white spots to appear on teeth and the options for treatment.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction in Washington, MO

November 10, 2015

full mouth reconstruction

If your smile is so marred by imperfections and flaws that you are reluctant to speak or smile in front of family and friends—never mind coming to see the dentist—then Dr. James Mace and his team of dental hygienists and dental assistants in Washington, MO, would like you to reconsider. We want to see your smile with all of its flaws, because then we can formulate a plan that will rebuild your teeth and your oral health, as well as renew your self-confidence. This plan is called full mouth reconstruction. Also called full-mouth rehabilitation or full-mouth restoration, this procedure is essentially a road map of restorative and cosmetic dentistry treatments that Dr. Mace performs to rebuild teeth in both your upper and lower arches.
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Professional Teeth Whitening in Washington, MO

August 19, 2015

woman showing off her smile after teeth whitening from Dr. James G Mace

It’s one of our favorite days of the week: Throwback Thursday. What do you notice in those old throwback photos? Take a look at your teeth. If you’re like the rest of us, they’ve gotten darker with time. You don’t notice it as it happens, but each cup of coffee and glass of red wine slowly changes the color of your teeth, until one day the your smile resembles something the shade of dishwater…and that’s just not attractive. But here’s some good news: whiter teeth are within your reach.
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Everything You Want To Know About Inlays and Onlays

June 26, 2015

ThinkstockPhotos-178845072Big fillings that need to be replaced don’t necessarily need a full crown for therapy to be completed. A more conservative option is inlays and onlays – they fit into a tooth similarly to a filling, yet they are milled restorations. Inlays fit between cusps (bumps on top of your tooth) while onlays fit over one or more cusps. All of this results in a patient retaining more natural tooth structure. At the dental office of Dr. James Mace in Washington, MO, we can offer you fantastic inlay and onlay service with the gentle care you deserve. Not every situation is right for an inlay or onlay, but Dr. Mace will assess your problem and determine the best solution for you.

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