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Replacing existing crowns

Our patient was unhappy with the color of several old crowns. It can be difficult to match front crowns to the surrounding teeth. Our patient was concerned that we may have to place crowns on the adjacent teeth to achieve a natural look. We were confident we could meet our patients goals while providing conservative treatment. We were able to replace the broken and discolored crowns and match her natural teeth. 

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Front Implant Crown

After an old front crown broke, this patient was in need of a replacement.  They decided to have a dental implant placed.  They are now able to smile with confidence again.  

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Front Tooth Makeover

Our patient fractured his front tooth in a childhood accident and it was previously restored with a root canal and filling. It discolored with time and our patient wanted a permanent restoration. Opal Go 10% whitening trays and a new crown restored our patient’s smile. 

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Veterans Day 2018

Our team would like to thank our men and women in uniform for serving our country. We had a celebration to show our gratitude for their service and were honored by: Mr. Santos Guzman, Mr. Geronimo Cruz, Mr. Russell De Leon and Ms. Endelia Monsivais who served in the U.S. Army. Mr. Leonel ...

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A New Smile

Rebecca wanted to change the appearance of her smile. Her front teeth had existing fillings that were beginning to chip. A complete evaluation revealed that the position of her lower teeth was the contributing factor. After orthodontics, home whitening and porcelain crowns, Rebecca is confident with her new smile!  

Call our office to schedule your exam and consultation with Dr. Ramos Boyd.

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Periodontal Health

Periodontal (gum) disease is a chronic bacterial infection that affects the gums and bone supporting the teeth.  The word periodontal literally means 'around the tooth'. Periodontal disease can affect one tooth or many teeth. It begins when the bacteria in plaque (the sticky, colorless film that constantly forms on your teeth) cause the gums to become inflamed. 

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