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Can You Get Veneers With Missing Teeth?

Can You Get Veneers With Missing Teeth?

Chattanooga Dental veneers can completely transform your smile. They're often the go-to solution for cosmetic concerns. Porcelain dental veneers leave your smile looking whiter, straighter, and perfectly shaped. But if you have missing teeth, there won't be any to...

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Teeth Replacement Alternatives To Dental Implants

Teeth Replacement Alternatives To Dental Implants

If you're planning on replacing missing teeth in Chattanooga, there's a good chance that you've already heard about dental implants. But what alternatives to dental implants are there? And which ones work?  Although implants are extremely popular and safe, there...

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Options for Full Mouth Reconstruction

Options for Full Mouth Reconstruction

Does it feel like your smile or oral health needs a complete overhaul? Chattanooga full-mouth restoration takes your worn, broken teeth and transforms your bite into a healthy, functional, attractive accessory. At McOmie Family Dentistry, we take full mouth...

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What You Need To Know About Dental Bone Grafting

What You Need To Know About Dental Bone Grafting

If you're about to undergo dental implant surgery, our Chattanooga dentist might recommend a dental bone graft. Dental bone grafting helps to reinforce that portion of your jaw bone, ensuring a stable foundation to support the future dental implant procedure. The...

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Difference Between a Root Canal and a Tooth Extraction

Difference Between a Root Canal and a Tooth Extraction

Do you have a damaged or infected tooth? You might need a root canal or even an extraction. But how do you decide whether a root canal vs. extraction is best for your smile?  Ultimately, it comes down to how much physical damage there is to your natural tooth. If...

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What Is Considered A Dental Emergency?

What Is Considered A Dental Emergency?

A dental emergency can be any common tooth problem that, left untreated or unaddressed, prevents you from being able to go to work, to school, or even eat a meal. If you're in pain or have a chipped tooth that's too embarrassing to be seen in public, it's a dental...

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