Restorative Dentistry

Preventing Facial Injuries

Facial injuries occur all too often in the Bloomington area. Bloomington Little Leaguers get hit by inside pitches, Bedford construction workers suffer falls and other accidents at the worksite, and Indiana motorists sustain injuries in dangerous collisions every single day. Accidents at home can also result in serious injury to the face. Serious facial injuries

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Lasering In On Precision Dentistry

The powerful, precise, highly-concentrated beam of light originally known as Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation (LASER) is so ubiquitous that the acronym has now been relegated to lowercase. Lasers are used in everything from weapons to barcode scanners. They have increased efficiency and advanced technology in numerous industries such as communications, manufacturing, and

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Are Dentures the Only Answer for Extensive Tooth Loss?

At Create A Smile, PC РDr. Ken Moore, we restore smiles for patients with severe tooth loss. What is total mouth reconstruction? Modern restorative dentistry makes total mouth reconstruction a reality! Total mouth reconstruction restores all the teeth with dental implants and/or implant-anchored dentures. What are dental implants? Dental implants are strong, functional, and naturally-looking restorations

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Mini Implants May Be Right For You

In this post from Create A Smile in Bloomington IN the topic is mini dental implants, sometimes called “immediate implants.” Like their larger-diameter counterparts, mini implants can support a restoration for one or more missing teeth or replace a bridge or fixed denture. Denture wearers benefit greatly from these slip-free dental implants that are anchored

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What’s New In Dentistry?

The world of dentistry continues to advance at a rapid pace. If you have visited your dentist lately, you have probably noticed some things that make your visit more comfortable. Offices are now equipped so you can watch TV or listen to music while receiving treatment. At Create A Smile in Bloomington IN, we combine

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Are Dental Implants Experimental?

Dental implants are tooth replacement marvels that have been placed in millions of people. They look and function just like the real thing, and are available at Create A Smile in Bloomington IN. Technically, dental implants are not replacement teeth. The actual implant is a titanium post that is inserted into your jaw. In a

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Dental Implants Are Truly Life-Changing

Patients who are thinking about a dental implant from Create A Smile in Bloomington IN often ask how long they last. An implant is a significant investment, after all. Do they really last a lifetime, like people say? The answer is yes, but an explanation is in order. A dental implant is not a replacement

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Say Goodbye To Old Amalgam Fillings

Can you remember what your teeth looked like before you had your first cavity? If you are like most of us, you got some cavities fairly young, and the ubiquitous silver fillings that were once standard. At Create A Smile in Bloomington IN there is a better option. Composite fillings can be made to match

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What Are Impacted Wisdom Teeth?

When a wisdom tooth tries to come in but is obstructed by the adjacent tooth, it becomes impacted and can result in such complications as pain, inflammation, or tooth decay. At Create A Smile in Bloomington IN, we can extract wisdom teeth. It’s challenging to clean partially-erupted wisdom teeth. Since they have a high risk

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Restoring Smiles At Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore

At Create A Smile in Bloomington IN, we believe a great smile is essential for putting your best face forward. We not only restore teeth to their original condition; we make many smiles better than they ever were before! Some patients have only a few problems they wish to correct. Perhaps one or two teeth

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