When Your Dental Work Falls Out

Over time, the space holding a filling in your tooth can get bigger, and the filling can fall out. Or the dental cement in holding your crown or veneer in place may wear away. In such cases, you should call and make an appointment with your dentist to have your dental work replaced or reattached. Normally, no pain is involved... read more »


A Missing Filling Needs Timely Treatment to Prevent Complications

Here at C & C Dental, Drs. Cashion and Cory frequently use dental fillings to repair a tooth that is suffering from a chip or cavity. While this is meant to repair the tooth for many years, fillings can potentially fail. This is even more likely to occur if you struggle to maintain good oral hygiene. As a general rule,... read more »


Dental Veneers Can Help Teeth Suffering from Multiple Cosmetic Imperfections

If the appearance of multiple teeth in your smile has been marred by chips, noticeable dental work, or significant, long-term staining issues, it likely leaves you feeling self-conscious. One of the most effective cosmetic treatments for issues like these is to have Dr. Teresa Cody fit each tooth in your smile with a dental veneer. These custom-shaped porcelain shells are... read more »


Overt Symptoms of a Bad Filling Should Not Be Ignored

The larger and older a filling is, the more likely it is to have trouble. This is often a result of the pervasive bacteria in your mouth infiltrating the microscopic seam that is bonding your filling to the surrounding healthy tooth enamel. Sometimes you can notice an overt symptom that one of your fillings is about to go bad. Catching... read more »


Cracked Tooth Enamel Can Be Repaired by a Crown

Even though your tooth enamel is very hard, there are still times when something like an accidental fall or a blow to the face can actually crack one of your teeth. One of the most common restoration options recommended by our C & C Dental team is to have the enamel layer of the cracked tooth replaced by a dental... read more »


Dental Contouring

If you have minor imperfections, like chips and small fractures in the teeth of your smile you might want to talk to your dentist about a dental contouring procedure. Keep in mind that dental contouring is only a viable option for minor imperfections. At your initial consultation your dentist will inspect your teeth for any signs of decay. This is... read more »