Dental Crowns

Say Goodbye To Old Amalgam Fillings

Can you remember what your teeth looked like before you had your first cavity? When you opened your mouth to laugh or yawn, the people with you could see only pearly white molar surfaces. (Unless, of course, you had been munching Oreos.) If you are like many men and women, you started developing tooth decay

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How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Tooth Color

It’s a common desire for people to want white teeth. But the majority of men and women have discolored or just plain yellow teeth. Especially in a world of tea and coffee drinkers. Your Genes Make a Difference As with other physical aspects, there is a genetic component to your oral health. You can thank

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When Should I Transition My Teen to a General Dentist?

Pediatric dentists have specialized training to treat infants, young children and teenagers. At Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS, our office is designed for children. We use special dental tools created for smaller mouths. Dr. Buchheit is trained in children’s psychology. We know how to be patient with children with short attention spans.

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We Solve Problems To Restore Smiles

Have you ever been told that your smile is beyond repair? That may not be true. At Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS we perform dental miracles every day. Here are some tough dental problems we routinely solve: Tough Problem 1: Insufficient Bone for Dental Implant Solution: Bone Grafting As a replacement for

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What If My Dental Crown Cracks, Comes Loose, or Comes Off?

Quite often, people get stressed out if their dental crown moves or comes off completely. This is understandable. It may have shifted or come off while brushing, flossing, or even simply eating. If this has happened to you, don’t stress! Here is what to do if your crown comes off. There are three steps: 1.

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Inlays/Onlays: Less Invasive Than Complete Crowns

Restorative dentistry has advanced significantly over the years and there are now several effective ways to fix decayed teeth. In today’s post, we are going to focus on two similar types of restorations: dental inlays and onlays. Where possible, an inlay or an onlay can be a less-invasive alternative to a complete crown and either

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Don’t Settle For An Unattractive Smile

No one likes to settle for less than the best, especially with something as important as your smile. At Koch Park Dental in Florissant, we have the cosmetic dentistry solutions for your smile issues. Cosmetic dentistry refers to a group of procedures that, individually or collectively, create positive changes to your smile. One procedure, such

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Behind The Scenes: Dental Crown Fabrication

This post looks at the complex process required to create a dental crown, like those provided by Koch Park Dental in Florissant. Dental crowns can be constructed with metal, ceramic (porcelain), plastics, or varying combinations of these. We will describe the process used to create a porcelain crown, though the steps are similar to those used

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Sinus Pain Or Abscessed Tooth? Root Canal Risks

Your maxillary sinuses are very close to your top teeth. In some areas, only a sliver of tissue separates the upper tooth roots from the bottom of the sinus cavity. It’s no wonder that when there is pain in that area, the location can be hard to pinpoint. It could be an abscessed tooth needing

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CEREC Crowns in Florissant: Koch Park Dental

Did you know that dental chairs don’t come from your local Florissant furniture store? All right: no surprise there. Dental chairs are made for the comfort of patient and dental provider alike. They’re just what the dentist ordered for CEREC same-day crowns, one of our specialties at Koch Park Dental. Our patients have been lying back

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