Fort Lauderdale Dentist, Dr. Stone, DDS
Fort Lauderdale cosmetic dentist (prosthodontist), Dr. Stone has been practicing since 1979. His success as a cosmetic dentist is based years of advanced training and over 30 years of private practice, teaching and continuing education.
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When your dentist recommends you visit a specialist to restore function, comfort, and appearance by replacing natural or missing teeth, only a trained cosmetic dentist will do. Contact us to make an appointment with Fort Lauderdale dentist & prosthodontist, Dr. Stone, DDS.
From Dr. Stone's Blog
veneers have come a long way since the first ones appeared in the late 1920s. Back then, these temporary veneers brightened the smiles of Hollywood movie stars. Continue reading
Today’s dental crowns (also called a cap) are very long-lasting, easy to fit, and very natural looking. In terms of the procedure itself, patient satisfaction rates are above 95 percent. In some cases a temporary dental crown is required while a permanent dental crown is being made. Continue reading
As recently as the 1990s, dentures were basically the only option for missing front teeth. These artificial teeth are still a good choice in many cases. Next, along came dental implants and mini-dental implants. Now, all-on-4 dental implants are the next big thing. But are they right for you? Continue reading
At one time or another, you may need to see a same day emergency dentist. The number of emergency dentist incidents have doubled since 1997. If you have any questions about sudden toothache pain or dental trauma, err on the side of caution and call us. Continue reading
Because the procedure is so much less invasive, crowns are almost always preferable to extractions and implants. But no one can predict how the tooth will react to the crown. Sometimes, the crack deepens at an accelerated rate. Continue reading
Your natural teeth did not appear overnight. In the same way, it takes implants time to grow. Nevertheless, same day tooth implants are possible. They are just not permanent. Dr. Stone builds implants from the ground up. He replaces the old tooth roots with titanium posts. Continue reading