The Germantown Dental Group Blog

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Reasons for Porcelain Veneers Replacement

Porcelain veneers are a wonderful treatment that transform the appearance of your smile. Though porcelain veneers are strong and long lasting, they may eventually need to be replaced. Properly caring for porcelain veneers can help ensure they will last as long as possible. Memphis cosmetic dentist John Whittemore and the team at Germantown Dental Group Read More

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Tooth Restoration with Porcelain Crowns

As we age, our teeth start to show signs of wear and tear. Cracks, stains, decay, and erosion can be unpleasant – and pose a risk to your oral health. In the past, these defects were covered with unsightly silver or gold crowns that could be seen whenever a person smiled, laughed, or yawned. But Read More

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Pricing and Payment Options for Porcelain Veneers

One of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures is the placement of porcelain veneers. In fact, many patients who visit Germantown Dental Group in Memphis choose to undergo the dental veneers treatment process to improve the appearance of the smile. For patients with damaged, chipped, stained, misshaped, or misaligned teeth, porcelain veneers are an ideal Read More

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Our Wide Range of Family Dentistry Services

Why drive all over Memphis to several different doctors to take care of your teeth? Our restorative and cosmetic dentistry practice offers a wide range of treatment options, from tooth-colored fillings and prepless porcelain veneers to dental implants and full mouth restoration. We even assist with travel arrangements for our out-of-town guests! At our convenient Read More

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Implant vs. Crown-supported Bridges

Advances in cosmetic dentistry give today’s patients more options when they need to replace a missing tooth. Two popular methods are implant-supported bridges and crown-supported bridges. With an implant-supported bridge, a titanium post is placed in the empty tooth socket and embedded in the bone. During the healing process, the implant fuses with the bone Read More