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By DR. CRAIG C. CALLEN
August 07, 2020
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Dental Implants  

Wondering why people are turning to dental implants to restore their smiles?

Losing a tooth is one of the most upsetting issues that you can face when it comes to your smile; however, there are so many ways in which to restore and rebuild smiles after tooth loss these days, thanks to amazing advanced dental technology. Many people are turning to our Mansfield, OH, dentists Dr. Craig Callen and Dr. Richard Nichols for dental implants due, in part, to these cool benefits,

Implants are for Life

After losing a tooth you’re probably looking for a false tooth that is going to last as long as possible right? While other tooth replacement may need to be replaced, implants are truly the only lifelong tooth replacement. That’s because implants are made from a biocompatible material that helps them fuse permanently with the jawbone.

They Act Like Real Teeth

Implants truly mimic the look and feel of a real tooth. This means that you never have to worry about removing your implant at night, or about it moving or shifting around when talking or chewing. You can treat your implant just like a natural tooth.

Protect Your Jawbone

Bone loss is an upsetting but inevitable part of tooth loss. Of course, getting a dental implant can put a halt to bone loss. This is because the implant actually takes the place of the tooth roots, providing the jawbone with the same stimulation it needs to stay healthy. If you want to prevent your jawbone from changing shape and losing density over the years, then you’ll want to consider turning to our Mansfield, OH, cosmetic dentist for dental implants.

Eat What You Want

Not being able to eat the foods you love because your false tooth or teeth can’t handle it is upsetting. Not to mention, people with tooth loss often deal with nutritional deficits and other digestive issues as a result. The good news is that because an implant acts just like a real tooth, you can eat whatever you want without having to worry about your implant. It will stay put and make it incredibly easy again to eat the foods you love.

Want to find out if you are an ideal candidate for dental implants? If so, call our Mansfield, OH, family dentist today at (419) 756-0188 to schedule a consultation with our team.

By Dr. Craig C. Callen
February 25, 2020
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One-Visit CEREC Crowns for Improved Protection of Damaged Teeth

 
When teeth are damaged it can take a toll on the appearance and functionality of your smile.  With help from your dentist in [Location], you can restore damaged teeth in just one, easy dental visit with CEREC.  Utilizing cutting edge computer mapping, CEREC is able to make a complex 3D map of the desired tooth, or teeth, that need protection with a dental crown.  
 
CEREC stands for Ceramic Reconstruction, and is a recent innovation that many cosmetic dentists are using to provide natural looking crowns faster than traditional crown procedures.  This computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing, or CAD-CAM, is used for the creation of your crown to fit your tooth perfectly. 
 
One of the main benefits of CEREC is that dental crowns can be created in a single visit, which saves time for you and your [Location] dentist.  Potential discomfort is also eliminated because there is no need for a temporary crown between procedures, which allows for a more comfortable experience.  CEREC crowns also do not contain metal, which allows them to be both esthetically pleasing and natural looking.  Other benefits of CEREC include:
  • Hi-tech accuracy
  • Less tooth structure is lost
  • Natural, tooth-colored restoration
  • Less chance for complications with preservation of healthy tissue
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Precise for long-lasting results
 
With the CEREC system, your cosmetic dentist in [Location] can create beautiful life-like porcelain restorations for your teeth.  
By Craig C. Callen
February 25, 2020
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Welcome to the Blog of S Trimble Rd Mansfield, OH

Whether you are an existing patient or searching for a dentist in the Mansfield, OH area, we’re excited you are here. With the dental industry advancing, we recognize the importance of keeping our patients and visitors up to date with all of the new and exciting things taking place in our practice.

As we move forward with our blog, we hope to promote dental awareness as a vital part of your healthy lifestyle. Here you will find a variety of articles and topics including dental news, advancements in dental technology and treatments, practical oral health advice and updates from our practice.

We hope you find our blog to be helpful, engaging and informational to ensure your best dental health. 

As always, feel free to contact our S Trimble Rd Mansfield, OH office with any dental questions or concerns.

-- S Trimble Rd Mansfield, OH

September 26, 2018
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This is the time of the year when you are close to losing any leftover dental insurance benefits you might have.  Dental insurance really is not like regular medical insurance in that you get a set amount each year that is what your employer has contracted to offer to you.  So if you do not use the benefit the insurance company keeps those funds.  So don't waste the benefits you paid for by letting them lapse.  The other nice thing about this time of the year is that your benefits will be starting over at the beginning of the year, so with proper planning we can space your treatment over this year and next year is many cases and allow you to have the full use of both benefit years. So give us a call soon to schedule an appointment.  We always get patients waiting until the last couple days of the year who want to use their benefits and we run out of time.  Call us at 419-756-0188





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