Key West Family Dentistry

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Key West Family Dentistry
Key West Family Dentistry offers Dentists services in Laurel MD.

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LIFE BY DESIGN If you haven't heard the news yet, Ian Toothill from London who is a terminal cancer patient summits Mount Everest. We, the team of Key West Family Dentistry believe that life is truly LIMITLESS. Traditional wisdom sets a ceiling on everybody's potential. Our team challenged and deviated from the norm a long time ago.

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A life changing dental trauma Dear friends of Key West Family Dentistry, When you are young and healthy, and things are going well for you, you can take life for granted. But sometimes, life would have a different plans for you. This is a case of a young person who had an unfortunate accident, that caused him to lose one third of his front tooth. When unfortunate things happen to others, we usually say: That is sad, and then we go about our daily lives and forget about it, however, when an event like this happens to you, I promise that it would shatter your whole life right in front of your eyes, and your self-esteem would cease to exist. Many questions would bombard your brain; -What if I lost the tooth eventually? -How am I going to work like this now? -How can I smile and talk to people like this? -Will I have pain later on? And many more questions. I deal with cases like this, and much more complicated cases, on a regular bases, and that is why my job is so rewarding. Producing life-like results is our passion. If you ever wondered whether any imperfections in your smile, could be corrected. I would love to share with you the possibilities From you Cosmetic dentist in Laurel, MD

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Hi all, this is an interesting case that I just have finished recently. Patient came in last year, from an adjacent state, complaining of severe pain following a composite filling on the buccal ( facial area) of tooth #5 ( upper right first premolar). The pain eventually became unbearable, and patient couldn't sleep at night for few days. Patient contacted the dentist that did the work few times, but patient's concerns were dismissed, and was informed to give it some time for the pain to subside. Patient came in to our office for a consultation/ second opinion.. Upon examination, the filling looked abnormally discolored even though it was two months old. The gingiva next to the filling was red and inflamed. Tooth was very sensitive to pressure, and the pain was spontaneous. The filling was removed, then the gingiva was trimmed to be able to see the cavity clearly. Tooth had severe decay, which was removed. A root canal treatment was done, through extremely small access to preserve the tooth structure ( 1.5 mm diameter). No further treatment was done that day, and patient was dismissed. Patient comes back in few weeks to finish the treatment. The gum looks much healthier now, and a final restoration is placed. Six months later, patient comes back for a follow up. The gum settled down completely and the tooth looked normal. Patient was extremely pleased with the final results, that were achieved in the most conservative way, and the tooth felt normal on chewing I think that all dentists have an ethical obligation to preserve tooth structure, and suggest the least aggressive procedure. Advanced conservative techniques can be learned by committing to continuous learning. When it comes to advanced surgical procedures, I have always followed this rule: "Think twice, cut once". If you enjoyed this case, you can follow us, to see future unique cases that we treat regularly. From your cosmetic dentist in Laurel, MD

Now and then we like to chill out, and not talk about dentistry. From our last open house, our friends had a great time with us.

They start coming to our clinic at 5:30 am, they wait patiently to be seen, they are humble, grateful and kind. These are the people of Guatemala. It is the ultimate experience in interacting with the people and dentists of Guatemala. I came back to the US with a lot of memories, and stories to tell, while planning when to come back.


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