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filling – term commonly used to describe a material such as metal, resin, or porcelain used to restore lost or damaged tooth structure

fistula – a boil in the gums, infected with pus

fixed denture/prosthesis – prosthetic which is attached to adjacent teeth or dental implants to be non-removable by the patient

flap surgery – surgical lifting of the gum tissue in order to expose and clean tooth and bone structures beneath

forceps – tool that may be used in the removal of teeth

fracture – crack or break in bone or tooth structure

frenectomy – surgical reshaping or removal of small amount of muscle tissue attaching lips to gums or tongue to mouth floor, generally done to improve function

frenum – thin muscle tissue that attaches cheek, lip, and/or tongue within the mouth

 

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Our Convenient Office Hours

Monday: 11am - 8pm
Tuesday: Reserved for reconstruction cases
Wednesday: 9am-6pm
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 8:00am - 2:00pm

We are located at:

2 South 676 Route 59
Warrenville, IL 60555

We proudly serve our surrounding communities:
  • Warrenville
  • Winfield
  • Batavia
  • West Chicago
  • Wheaton
  • Eola
  • Naperville
  • Aurora
  • North Aurora
  • Lisle
  • Glen Ellyn
  • Downers Grove

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Warrenville IL Dentist | Tobacco & Your Teeth: The Risks of Chewing and Smoking

June 22, 2020

Chewing and smoking tobacco are known to cause severe health problems, particularly in the lungs. But the risks to your mouth and teeth can be just as extensive and alarming. If you use tobacco, stop. Here’s what tobacco can do to your oral health. Chewing Tobacco According to the Academy […]

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Warrenville IL Dentist | Are You Brushing your Teeth Properly?

June 12, 2020

Many people are surprised to learn that, for years, they have actually been brushing their teeth the wrong way. Brushing your teeth the wrong way may cause oral health problems. Learn how to brush your teeth the right way and you will protect them for many years to come. The […]

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