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Teeth Bonding

by Legacy DentalAugust 19, 2022
Teeth bonding, also known as dental bonding, is a tooth restoration procedure that uses a composite resin material to improve and enhance your smile. It's used to repair chipped teeth, close gaps between teeth, or change the shape/color of a tooth.
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Smile Makeover

by Legacy DentalAugust 19, 2022
If your smile isn't what it used to be or what you want it to be, you might want to consider a smile makeover. This is the process of using one or more cosmetic dental procedures to improve the appearance of your smile.
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Dental Fillings

by Legacy DentalAugust 19, 2022
One of the most routine parts of dental care is treating cavities, which is an area of decay in the tooth. When you have a cavity in your tooth, it's important that you schedule an appointment with the dental team at Legacy Dental.
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Is Professional Teeth Whitening Better than At-Home Teeth Whitening?

by Legacy DentalJuly 25, 2022
In recent years, there seem to be more and more people turning to teeth whitening products and services. Your teeth are naturally whitish- but may become discolored and stained over time due to a variety of reasons- some are out of your control, but some are due to choices you make.
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Tooth Pain Dentistry: Different Causes And Treatments

by Legacy DentalJuly 25, 2022
A broken or dislocated jaw is an injury to one or both of the temporomandibular joints, which connect your lower jawbone to your skull. This joint can crack, break, or become unhinged from the skull, causing unhinged tooth pain.
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The 10 Most Common Dental Emergencies & How to Prevent Them

by Legacy DentalMay 10, 2022
There are few things worse than a toothache- but when is it time to go to the dentist? Health and wellness experts report that people should see their dentist as often as every six months for routine checkups- unless you experience a dental emergency.
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Snap-in Dentures Or Snap-On Dentures: Are They The Same?

by Legacy DentalMay 10, 2022
You may have heard the term snap-in dentures or snap-on dentures in connection with tooth replacement strategies. Basically, snap-on dentures are traditional dentures which are capable of snapping onto dental implants. That means they're removable, because they are designed so as to be physically attachable to dental implants. They have the same shape as a conventional denture, with the major exception being their ability to snap on to an implant. Snap-ons should not be left in place all night long, and they should be removed for cleaning each day as well.
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What Are The Best Options To Replace Missing Teeth?

by Legacy DentalMay 10, 2022
There are many reasons why you may have missing teeth in your mouth. You may have experienced tooth decay or gum disease in the past, and this weakened the oral structure to the point where you started losing teeth. You may also have suffered some kind of traumatic injury to the mouth or you may have inherited a genetic condition which contributed to tooth loss. Whatever the reason for your missing teeth, you'll probably want to replace them as soon as possible.
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What Is The Cost Of A Single Implant?

by Legacy DentalMay 10, 2022
At Legacy Dental in Salt Lake City, Utah, we are very much aware of the high cost of dental services. We also know that there are significant advances being made in dentistry all of the time, and that's why our specialists are involved in continuing education programs. Of course, most important to our patients is being able to receive high-quality dental care at an affordable rate. Even regular check-ups can get to be fairly expensive, especially if you don't have dental insurance.
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Implants: All On 4 vs All On 6

by Legacy DentalMay 10, 2022
If you have some missing teeth in your mouth and you've been researching a replacement strategy, you may already have come across the terms all-on-4 and all-on-6. The first difference these two techniques involves the actual implant process. All-on-4 requires just four implants to be installed in your upper or lower jaw bone, while all-on-6 requires six implants. Six full implants are needed to support a hybrid denture, and that is sometimes necessary when there is inadequate jawbone mass to support all-on-4 implants. Dental implants are probably the best way to replace any missing teeth, and that's why we encourage them at our Legacy Dental clinic in Salt Lake City.
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Legacy Dental is located close to the Utah landmark - Natural History Museum.

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