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The FDA has advised ‘vulnerable’ groups - pregnant and lactating women; women trying to conceive; fetuses, infants and younger kids; those with neurological or kidney issues; and those allergic to mercury – to avoid dental amalgam. We take this advice very seriously. That’s why we consider mercury-free smiles as a priority!
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Is your tooth turning grey? Piedmont NC area dentist restores brilliance with lifelike crown

A Crown is the visible part of your tooth. Seen above the gumline, a crown can look pleasing to the eye depending on features such as its shade or color.

Crown Turning Grey in Piedmont NC Area

How can the color of a crown change?

Over time, your teeth may lose their youthful luster. Stains are often characterized as either extrinsic or intrinsic. Extrinsic stains are generally superficial. These superficial stains make teeth look brownish or yellowish.

Intrinsic stains affect the deeper, inner layers of the tooth. Grey-hued teeth are associated with this type of staining.

What causes grey teeth?

Grey or blue-grey discoloration can be caused by excessive use of fluoride in early childhood, as teeth are developing. Grey discoloration can also indicate damage to the root that anchors the tooth to the underlying jawbone.

How can Dr. Virtue restore natural, beautiful color?

If damage is to blame for grey color, the doctor may recommend restoring the tooth with an aesthetically-pleasing, metal-free crown.

Virtue Dental Care can produce these biocompatible crowns in a single visit. The doctor and his team use CEREC technology to design and create beautiful crowns and their more conservative counterparts, inlays and onlays, while you wait.

Not all Yadkinville-area dentists have the ability to handle every step of the crown process in-house and within a single appointment.

In most offices, at least 2 appointments would be required. The first visit would involve preparation and placement of a temporary crown. Information about the crown would be sent to an outside lab. Technicians at this lab would then fabricate the new tooth structure. A second visit would follow, at which time the temporary would be replaced with the permanent, lab-made crown.

Dr. Virtue can also make any adjustments in-house to assure the new tooth fits precisely and to help set you up for success with the new crown.

The Virtue Dental team takes great care to produce long-lasting crowns and will work with you to assure the long life of your new tooth, through ongoing check-ups and professional cleanings.

If you are interested in determining the cause of your stained, or grey teeth, Virtue Dental Care Patients call (336) 679-2034 and New Patients call (336) 606-0040 to schedule an appointment and begin the restoration process.

 

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I started coming here about 3 years ago. Dr. Taylor is the best. She explains everything and listens to what you have to say. Shannon one of the hygienist is the very best that I have ever had to clean my teeth. She is very thorough at what she does. Staff is always friendly
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Dr. William Virtue, DDS, AGD, FIAOMT, DNM best doctor near Rochester, MI

William Virtue, DDS, AGD, FIAOMT, DNM
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William Virtue, DDS, AGD, FIAOMT, DNM studied dentistry at Indiana University and opened Virtue Dental Care in 1979. He became interested in biological dentistry many years ago as he realized that dentistry should benefit one’s overall health and not just oral health. That is why he practices mercury-safe, biocompatible dentistry in accordance with the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology’s (IAOMT) health and safety standards. He is SMART (Safe Mercury Amalgam Removal Technique) certified by the IAOMT too.
Dr. Virtue was President of the Forum for Contemporary Dental Esthetics and the IAOMT, of which he is also a Fellow. He enjoys teaching biological dentistry to dentists and staff. He continues to educate himself on developments in dentistry to provide the best services for patients.


DR. MARY KATHERINE TAYLOR, DDS, ADA, NCDS, AIAOMT best doctor near Rochester, MI

Mary Katherine Taylor, DDS, ADA, NCDS, AIAOMT


Mary Katherine Taylor, DDS, ADA, NCDS, AIAOMT became interested in dentistry at an early age and volunteered at dental clinics. A student of Starmount High School and Wake Forest University, she earned her dental degree from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Dentistry. She is passionate about education and prevention: She updates her knowledge with a variety of continuous education courses while teaching patients about caring for and maintaining their teeth for a long, healthy life.