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Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is a broad term that refers to any dental treatment that is done with the intent of improving the appearance of a person’s teeth, gums, or bite. Cosmetic dentistry can also be referred to as aesthetic dentistry or a smile makeover.

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Core buildup

The core buildup is the process of filling spaces left in teeth after you remove tooth decay or dental restorations. The dentist can use a variety of materials, such as fillings, crowns, or veneers, to fill these spaces.

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Comprehensive periodontal evaluation

A comprehensive periodontal evaluation is a detailed look at the health of your gums. Your dentist will take samples of your gingival tissue and send them to a lab for analysis. They will also check for signs of gum disease, like plaque, tartar, and bleeding.

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Comprehensive oral evaluation

A comprehensive oral evaluation (CEOE) is a thorough and careful examination of the teeth, gums, tongue, and other structures of the mouth. It is often performed by a dental hygienist at the beginning of an appointment for cleanings or other services in order to establish a baseline for future comparison.

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Compound fracture

A compound fracture is a fracture in which the broken bone pierces the skin. Compound fractures are also referred to as open fractures because the bone fractures through the skin and leaves an open wound.

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Complete series

A complete series of treatments is the last treatment needed to complete a root canal treatment. It is done to clean out any remaining bacteria in the root canal and to make sure that the root canal is completely sealed.

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Composite

Composite is a tooth-friendly material that is used by dentists to restore decayed teeth. It is a mixture of plastic and a liquid monomer, which hardens and sets like cement. The plastic is usually made from polyvinyl siloxane and the liquid monomer is usually methyl methacrylate.

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Complete denture

A complete denture is a custom-made replacement for all of the teeth in your upper or lower jaw. A complete denture replaces natural teeth that have been lost due to injury, disease, or decay. A partial denture is a removable tooth replacement used when some natural teeth remain in the mouth.

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Closed reduction

In dentistry, closed reduction is a procedure that is used when a tooth is knocked out of the socket and is still in the mouth. The dentist holds the tooth in place until the tooth can be pushed back into the socket by the patient.

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