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Why Crooked Teeth Need To Be Corrected Immediately

Not only are crooked teeth unpleasant to look at, but they can also cause serious dental health issues along with general health issues. Not to mention crooked teeth can cause issues relating to your self-esteem and confidence. Causes For Crooked…


What Dental Crowns Can Do For You

  Dental crowns are one of the most commonly used dental restoration methods used today. They can be highly effective for a number of dental concerns from tooth repair or for cosmetic reasons.     What Is A Dental Crown?…


Patients Love Claremont Dental Institute

At Claremont Dental Institute, we value our patients and work closely with them to help them achieve a healthier smile. We offer a complete range of general, restorative, and cosmetic dental services to improve the overall health, appearance, and function of the natural…


All About Invisalign

Are you looking for a solution to correct crooked or misaligned teeth? Invisalign is one of the most popular solutions for correcting crooked teeth. At Claremont Dental Institute, we offer a full range of solutions to address crooked teeth. Invisalign…


What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are considered the preferred method for the replacement of missing teeth. Dental implants replace the tooth root and the crown, offering the most structural support and providing almost full natural function and appearance. Claremont Dental Institute uses several…


Making Over Smiles With Porcelain Veneers

Providing stunning results that can exceed your expectations, porcelain veneers can reverse years of damage and tooth discoloration for a more youthful, vibrant smile. Dental veneers look as good as they feel and provide comfortable, durable and natural looking results.…


Prevent Gum Disease: Oral Care Tips

Periodontal disease is a progressive oral health concern that can have detrimental effects on your oral and overall physical health if left untreated. Periodontal disease occurs when plaque builds up above and below the gum line, and on the teeth.…