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Restore Your Smile With Dentures, Crowns and Dental Implants

Learn more about these popular dental restorations and how they may be able to help your smile. How much do you know about dentistry and what you need to keep your Read More

5 Signs You May Need a Root Canal

Root canal therapy is performed when the nerve of the tooth becomes infected. Dr. Jonathan Lovell and Dr. Matthew Scheerhorn Superstition Mountain Dental in Gold Canyon, AZ, offer comfortable, efficient Read More

Why Choose Dental Implants?

There are several options for replacing missing teeth, such as dental bridges, dentures or dental implants. With the different choices available, why choose dental implants? Dental implants are an excellent Read More

The Advantages of CEREC Crowns

Don't want to wait two weeks for a crown? You don't have to when you choose CEREC same-day crowns. Gold Canyon, AZ, dentists, Dr. Jonathan Lovell and Dr. Matthew Scheerhorn, Read More

Are Dentures Right for Me?

Whether you are missing just a few teeth or don’t have any natural teeth left, dentures are a simple way to replace those missing teeth. Depending on how many teeth Read More

What Veneers Could Do for You

Find out the many ways dental veneers could give you your dream smile. It’s amazing how little cracks and flaws in your smile could make you feel less than amazing about Read More

Discover The Benefits Of Dental Implants

The loss of a tooth not only changes your appearance, but can also impact your oral health. Dental implants offer an excellent way to restore your smile and keep it Read More

Will I Need To Get A Dental Crown?

If you have a weakened tooth, your dentist may suggest a dental crown. This restorative dental procedure is beneficial in more ways than one. But how do you know if Read More

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