Fillings vs Crowns – Which One Do You Need?

Fillings and crowns both function as restorative treatment options, to repair damaged teeth and prevent additional problems. They can also restore the normal function and appearance of your smile! The one that your dentist in Newnan will recommend usually depends on the severity of damage to the tooth. Here’s what the treatments can involve, and

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Why Professional Teeth Cleanings Are So Important

Taking care of your teeth at home (i.e. brushing and flossing) plays an important role in keeping your teeth clean and healthy, but many make the mistake of thinking that this is enough–and skip out on their professional cleanings! A professional cleaning is so important for your dental health, and can save you from bigger

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How You Can Prevent Gum Disease

With over half of the US population over the age of 30 suffering from gum disease, it’s important to take the necessary precautions so you don’t join them! Although gum disease is common, it is preventable and often easily treated, if detected early. Here’s how you can ensure that your teeth and gums stay healthy:

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What Can Your Dentist Do About Sleep Apnea?

When you think of sleep apnea (snoring), you might not consider going to your dentist for treatment. But your dental health is related to your overall health more than you might think! Dentists and doctors often work closely together to provide you with the care you need when it comes to diagnosing and managing your

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The Importance of Early Dental Care for Your Child

It’s normal to feel a little nervous about your child’s first dental visit. You don’t know how your child will act, or if they’ll be scared, or you might be unsure of when exactly you should take them. At Schultz Family Dental, we stress the importance of starting your child’s relationship with dental care early!

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Do you Know What’s Considered a Dental Emergency?

No one plans to have dental issues—so when they pop up, you might not know if you should wait for an appointment or see your dentist immediately. If you are having a dental emergency, it’s important to get the care you need right away. Here are some cases that would warrant an immediate trip to

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What to Expect at Your Teeth Cleaning

Most dentists recommend that you have your teeth professionally cleaned at least twice a year. This schedule is really important for many reasons, the foremost being your overall health; however, if it’s been a while since you’ve had your teeth cleaned, don’t stress—we can get you back in tip top shape! Here’s what you can

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Do I Need a Crown?

Learning that you may need a crown for your tooth can sound a little scary at first, but rest assured that crowns are very good things!  They serve to protect your teeth from further damage, acting as a durable cover for your existing tooth.  Crowns are recommended for many reasons—like damage to the tooth or

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When is a Dental Crown Needed?

A dental crown is a cap/cover that fits over your tooth. The materials and technology available to dentists today allow us to provide patients with crowns that look virtually identical to their natural teeth! So…when might your dentist recommend a crown for your dental concerns? Restore Strength A dental crown may be recommended by your

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Teeth Cleaning to Prevent Tooth Decay

Your teeth play an important role in biting and chewing food for proper digestion, giving your body the nutrients it needs to survive! It’s easy to take our teeth and the hard work they do for granted. Without properly cleaning them, bacteria and leftover debris can fester in your mouth—often leading to tooth decay. If

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