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Our Top Tips For Dealing With A Dental Emergency

A dental emergency can seem like a real crisis. Whether it happens to you or a loved one, an emergency such as a loose or missing tooth, or a cracked tooth is never easy to deal with. But if you know what to do when there’s a dental emergency, you’ll be able to react properly,
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3 Reasons to Get Same-Day Dental Crowns

If you have an infected tooth that needs to be restored with a dental crown, or if you’re just interested in replacing unsightly gold or steel crown with a more natural-looking option, Crossroads Family Dentistry can help! At our practice, Dr. Faulconer, Dr. Dais, and Dr. Underwood all specialize in same-day CEREC crowns. You can get
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4 Things to Look for When Picking a New Family Dentist

Whether you’ve just moved to Oklahoma City or your old dentist has packed up shop and retired, there may come a time when you need to find a new family dentist. Picking the right dentist for the whole family can take some time, and it’s important to know what to look for in order to
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How to Brighten Your Smile in Time for Spring

During springtime, everything gets a little brighter and starts to feel fresh and new. Why should your teeth be an exception? At Crossroads Family Dentistry in Oklahoma City, you can give your pearly whites a good spring cleaning and spruce up your smile with our whitening treatments.
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Dentures Vs. Dental Implants – What’s Right For Me?

If you’re missing one or two teeth, you may have some questions about your best options for tooth replacement. That’s why the team at Crossroads Family Dentistry has put together some information about dentures and dental implants. We can help you figure out which treatment may be right for your needs, and your particular situation.
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How To Handle A Loose Tooth – What You Need To Know!

Loose teeth are one of the most common dental emergencies. Sometimes, loose teeth in adults are caused by traumatic impact injuries, such as a slip and fall or a hard hit while playing contact sports. However, they may also be caused by periodontal disease or tooth decay. If you have a loose tooth, you need
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