An overview of the benefits Moonlight Beach Dental offers you

New Video Highlights Your Benefits At Moonlight Beach Dental

I’ve really been looking forward to this video being done, and now it’s here!

I wanted to make a video highlighting some of the key benefits that Moonlight Beach Dental offers people.

At the same time, the video highlights Moonlight Beach Dental’s whole-body, biologic philosophy – meaning that since teeth are connected to the body, dental health can effect overall health.

Tooth Extraction

Little To No Pain For Extractions & Root Canals? Here’s Proof

Ahh! What is that, you say? This here is an extracted tooth with a little something extra on it. The patient came in for a different treatment, but we noticed a “pimple” that was draining on the gum. That pimple was a fistula, and it was pus draining from a failing root canal that was performed years prior at another dentist.

Before and after comparison: Bad crowns vs. Good crowns.

Before & After: See the difference of crowns done well

I think this is it… the perfect example of the difference crowns done well can make.

You can see in the before pics, how the existing crowns from another dentist make the patient look 10 years older.

And in the afters, you’ll see how by replacing just 4 teeth in a single visit, she looks 10 years younger.

Photo of a smile, before and after new crowns.

Before & After: Crown replacement

This patient hated her crowns. They were done 10 years ago to mask her tetracycline-stained teeth.

She also had an open bite. Several other doctors told her she needed to have her jaw broken, braces, and 28 crowns done to restore her bite. She was very concerned about having “fake looking teeth”.

To top all that off, she is phobic, and wanted to be sedated to have any dental work.

Photo of bad, rotten fillings

Porcelain crown materials: Monolithic vs. fused to metal

When a porcelain crown is deemed necessary, we use monolithic materials. This means the crown is made from a single piece. Many older crowns are composed of porcelain fused to a metal base, and can fail and break easier.

This patient had deep root decay – down to the bone. What’s great is that we were able to push the tissue back and design a crown so that the tissue can grow back – up against the porcelain!