• What is prosthodontics? Crestwood Dental Group addresses these areas as a whole connected region to determine the potential causes and appropriate treatment of what is ailing you. Our process includes: diagnosing the issue planning treatment establishing an appropriate rehabilitation routine [...]

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    What Are Dental Implants? Dental implants are synthetic teeth roots. They are used to create foundations for replacement teeth. When teeth need to be replaced due to an accident or disease, give Crestwood Dental Group a call at (502) 241-9407 to learn if dental implants are right for you. Who Can [...]

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    Family Dentistry

    At Crestwood Dental Group our team is enthusiastic about providing nothing short of the best dental care for you and your entire family. We have been specially trained to treat patients of all ages. Why not save yourself the time and energy from running between dentists’ offices and have your [...]

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    The main goal of preventive dentistry is to protect oral health against issues that may arise over time. There are a variety of steps that can be taken to reduce the risks of needing restorative care. Along with at-home treatments, it is important to visit a dentist regularly. Even with the utmost [...]

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    At Crestwood Dental Group know that oral surgery can be an intimidating dental procedure for a patient. That’s why we take extra strides to make the experience as comfortable as possible. What are some types of oral surgery procedures? Extractions Dentists are well equipped to remove many types of[...]

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    The tissues and bones that surround and support the teeth are referred to as the periodontium. An infection in this area is called periodontal disease. Periodontal disease will not go away on its own. A thorough cleaning from a dental office and further instructions on how to best restore your mouth[...]

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    Dentistry For Children

    Why are Baby Teeth Important? Children develop proper chewing, eating, speaking, and oral hygiene habits with their baby teeth - also called primary teeth. Strong primary teeth allow for the jaw bones and muscles to develop, and help permanent teeth grow comfortably into place. If a child loses a [...]

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