Restorative dentistry

What’s The Difference Between An Inlay And An Onlay?

This post from Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry in Shelby Township describes the difference between two common restorations, the inlay and the onlay. If you have tooth sensitivity or pain when you chew, the surfaces of your molars may be damaged. One option for restoration is

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Aesthetic Dentistry Solves Difficult Oral Problems

Do you fear that your smile is beyond repair due to damage or neglect? Rest assured, that may not be true. At Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry in Shelby Township we improve smiles every day. Here are some tough dental problems we routinely solve: Tough Problem

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Inlays/Onlays: Less Invasive Than Complete Crowns

Restorative dentistry has progressed considerably over the years and there are now several effective ways to correct decayed teeth. In this post from at Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry in Shelby Township we are going to focus on two similar types of restorations: dental inlays and

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Are Dentures Secured By Implants The Solution For Your Missing Teeth?

Implant-supported dentures from Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry in Shelby Township are state-of-the-art in teeth replacement. They are so secure in your mouth that the ability to bite and chew is  virtually normal. Conventional dentures rest on the gums, with nothing to hold them in place.

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Tooth Restoration: Dental Implants And Dental Bridges

Tooth replacement is a highly requested dental procedure at Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry in Shelby Township. When our patients ask about about it, we usually tell them about fixed (or traditional) dental bridges and state-of-the-art implants. A dental bridge is an artificial tooth. The false

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6 Reasons To Ditch Your Dentures For Dental Implants

Dentures that rest on the gums have a long history in dentistry. But a revolution is taking place, and these traditional dentures are no longer the only option. At Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry in Shelby Township, we offer implant-supported dentures. Dental implants are titanium posts

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What Are CEREC Same Day Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are an important restorative tool because they protect teeth that have been damaged, or weakened by dental work. But they can take weeks to complete making them. CEREC crowns, available at Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry in Shelby Township, speeds up the process to

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How Dental Implants Are Changing Dentures

If you wear dentures, you know that they are not an ideal solution for missing teeth. They can slip, cause gum irritation, bone loss, and leave you with an inability to taste food due to a covered palate. The good news? Implant-supported dentures from Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic

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There Is Hope For Denture Wearers

The condition of your teeth has a big impact on your quality of life. Denture wearers understand this all too well. But now there is a better option than conventional dentures: implant-supported dentures from Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry in Shelby Township. Conventional dentures rest against

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Ignoring It Won’t Make It Go Away

Are you suffering with a toothache, but ignoring the pain? It won’t get better until you have one of our dentists take a look, at Ray McKinley DDS & Brittany McKinley-Holloway DDS — McKinley General, Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry in Shelby Township. Toothache pain is like an unpaid speeding ticket. Ignoring it won’t make it

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