Indianapolis Dentistry Blog
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June is Headache & Migraine Awareness Month – a month dedicated to increasing attention and promoting the funding of research into treatments for chronic headaches of all kinds. However, if you struggle with frequent, debilitating headaches, effective treatment options may already exist. The best way to...Read More
Tetracyclines are a group of antibiotics that have been in use in the United States since the 1940s. Some of the antibiotics in this group can cause discoloration of tooth enamel, producing a mottled or ribboned look that may, in some cases, seriously impact the appearance of the smile. Unlike...Read More
Indianapolis dentist Dr. John R. Phelps is pleased to offer CEREC technology that allows for the creation of dental restorations during a single office visit. Significantly faster than traditional methods, CEREC restorations do not compromise quality for quickness. This allows us to provide you with strong and long-lasting solutions that look and feel like your natural teeth without the hassle of multiple visits or the inconvenience of temporary restorations. If you are curious to learn more about CEREC restorations, call our office at 317-...Read More
If you’re in need of dental restorations but have had negative experiences in the past with dentists taking impressions of your teeth, such as discomfort and gagging, CEREC dentistry may be just the thing for you. CEREC dentistry is a new advanced restoration method that uses 3D photography with CAD/CAM technology to create same-day ceramic restorations. Take our quiz to find out if CEREC dentistry is right for you.
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If you have an infection that has spread into the gum tissue and pulp of your tooth, a root canal is the solution for this problem. During a root canal, our dentist will clean out the root system and pulp of your infected teeth. Then, a dental restoration like a crown will be placed atop your cleansed tooth to protect it and ensure that further infection won't occur. Please view this presentation for more information about root canals: