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Bridges vs Crowns: What’s The Difference?

Posted on May 3rd, 2023 by LSFDManage

Like the rest of our bodies, it is completely normal for our teeth to change over time. Unfortunately for some, that could mean their teeth becoming misshapen or facing a dental problem that requires a root canal. When part of the tooth or the whole tooth gets removed, you’ll need a replacement to restore the […]

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My Adult Tooth Fell Out After Falling On Ice: Now What?

Posted on February 24th, 2023 by LSFDManage

Falling down on ice is an unfortunate incident most Chicagoans are very familiar with. There are a number of things that can occur during this frigid fall, but what happens if you knock out one or more of your adult teeth? As we collectively brace for the 2nd half of winter, we want you to […]

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What Is An Emergency Dentist?

Posted on January 26th, 2023 by LSFDManage

Emergency dentistry is necessary when you’re involved in an accident and immediate oral health care is needed. Instead of heading to the emergency room at a hospital, consider emergency dental care at our emergency dentist in Lincoln Square. Emergency dental services are carried out by oral health care professionals prepared to treat patients in need […]

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Does Teeth Whitening Damage Your Teeth?

Posted on October 14th, 2022 by LSFDManage

One of the many side effects of aging is that over time our once bright smile begins to fade and look a bit dingy. One way to combat this particular effect of aging is to resort to teeth whitening to restore some of that youthful luster to your smile, but is that a safe thing […]

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How to Reduce Stress And Teeth Grinding

Posted on October 4th, 2022 by LSFDManage

As your Lincoln Square Dentist, we know that teeth grinding, medically known as bruxism, is a very common condition that affects 10 percent of adults and 15 percent of children in the U.S. Teeth grinding is usually done unconsciously at night (sleep bruxism) and can be caused by crooked or missing teeth, an abnormal bite, […]

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