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A Tooth with a Large Chip Might Need Treatment with a Dental Crown

A chipped tooth might start out looking like something minor. If it doesn’t cause you any initial discomfort, you might even be tempted to forgo professional treatment. Yet as time goes on the compromised area of tooth enamel could start to foster a new cavity, or lead to a more serious dental fracture. Even a small amount of damage to... read more »

A Partial Can Replace Multiple Missing Teeth

Losing multiple teeth in one part of your mouth can significantly obstruct your ability to process food effectively. In many cases, Dr. Bryce E. Justesen can reinstate the presence of these teeth with dental implants or a bridge. However, this may require one or two oral surgeries and an extended timeline. If you’re uncomfortable with these factors, Dr. Bryce E.... read more »

Acid Reflux: What You Should Know

If you have acid reflux, which is also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease or reflux disease, you probably know that there are several things you should be aware of. GERD actually pushes acids from your stomach into your esophagus and causes issues like heartburn. This disease can be caused by a number of issues, including smoking, your diet, and other... read more »

A Toothache Resulting from Oral Trauma Requires Professional Dental Care

While most toothaches are the result of untreated tooth decay, it is also possible for an oral trauma to cause a toothache. It often results in significant dental damage that affects the pulp, root, or socket of the tooth. Sometimes it can take a few days for a toothache to surface. If the initial oral trauma left you with blood... read more »

A Severely Decayed Tooth Might Need a Bridge Restoration

When tooth decay forms on tooth enamel, it needs timely treatment and repair. If you allow a cavity to go untreated for too long, the decay will inevitably start to penetrate the tooth. If a significant amount of the tooth suffers from decay or the root becomes severely infected, the problem might be too severe for treatment via a root... read more »

The Merry and Bright Smile of Dental Veneers

Make your winter season merry and bright once more. With the help of dental veneers, your smile can light up even the gloomiest of homes. Dental veneers are a cosmetic service offered at Bryce E. Justesen, DDS which can take many oral imperfections and convert them into oral cosmetic masterpieces. It’s never too late to think about improving your teeth... read more »

Maintain Your Smile This Holiday Season

This hectic holiday season, don't let the rich culinary fare sidetrack you from your healthy smile care. While the holidays surround us with excess sugar and acids, maintain your smile with your diligent daily oral hygiene efforts, and protecting your teeth as you feast. To continue keeping your smile confident and bright, you celebrate the season mindfully by implementing the... read more »

Greet the Holidays with a Crowning Smile

Holidays are the time to greet family and friends you haven’t seen in a long time with a wide smile. That can be embarrassing if one of your teeth has been decayed or damaged in a visible way. Fortunately, Dr. Bryce E. Justesen can restore or repair the tooth with a dental crown. A crown can help in repair many... read more »

Do You Need a Tooth Extraction?

If you have a loose tooth, or are looking to wear braces, you might be in need of a tooth extraction. A tooth extraction is what happens when your dentist pulls a tooth from its socket in the bone. Extracting teeth is normally reserved as a last resort, after other options, such as a filling or crown, etc. are considered that... read more »