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Restoring Your Teeth
Anatomy of a Tooth
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The teeth you were born with are the healthiest and strongest teeth you can ever have. When a restoration such as a filling, inlay/onlay, or crown becomes necessary, Dr. Zane will always attempt to maintain as much of your tooth's natural structure as possible in order to provide the optimum durability--because your natural teeth are superior to any manmade material.

Remember, we believe in looking at your mouth in its entirety, not one tooth at a time. When contemplating which restoration is needed, it is important to consider how each tooth fits into the 32-piece puzzle. That is why our holistic approach to dentistry can provide superior results.

 

 


  Note: Our digital x-rays offer immediate diagnosis and 80% less exposure than conventional systems.
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