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  • Which Denture Option Is Right for You?
    When it's time to replace several teeth, you'll find there are many denture options. Dr. Mark Richardson, your dentist in Kalamazoo, MI will help you navigate the choices, optimizing your appearance, Read more
  • Are Dental Implants Right for You?
    Dental implants command attention among patients and oral health care providers. Gaining popularity over the past few decades, these innovative tooth replacements not only look and function as real teeth Read more
  • Signs You May Need to Have a Tooth Extracted
    Find out why tooth extractions are sometimes crucial for your oral health. Once our permanent teeth come in, we often just assume that we will have them for life. Despite this Read more
  • When is A Dental Crown Needed?
    The dental crown has been around for generations. Tooth-shaped and custom-fashioned from high-quality porcelain, crowns restore teeth which otherwise would break, fail, and require extraction. Kalamazoo, MI, family dentist Dr. Read more
  • Your Denture Options
    If you have missing teeth, you may feel you have few to no options for a great smile. Actually, the opposite is true. Your Kalamazoo, MI, dentist, Dr. Mark Richardson, Read more
  • Lost Teeth Affect Your Whole Smile
    What can change your personal appearance, self-confidence, chewing, and biting more quickly than anything? Tooth loss can as empty spaces cause bone and gum resorption and movement of any remaining Read more
  • The Benefits Of Tooth Colored Fillings
    Dentists have restored teeth with fillings literally for generations, and while the incidence of cavities is lessening in the US, your dentist in Kalamazoo, MI, still restores decayed teeth every Read more
  • Ways Cosmetic Bonding Can Help Reshape Your Smile
    What your dentist in Kalamazoo wants you to know If you would like to reshape and revitalize your smile, there are many effective cosmetic dental treatments to consider, but one of Read more
  • Are You Keeping Good Oral Hygiene Habits?
    Developing good oral hygiene habits can keep your teeth and gums healthy. Inconsistent or poor oral hygiene habits can lead to such problems as gum disease, tooth decay and even tooth loss. Read more
  • The Benefits Of Clear Braces
    If your top concern is how your teeth will look while you’re undergoing orthodontic treatment for a crooked or gapped smile, then the “clear choice” is clear braces. Also known Read more
  • Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants
    Are you ready to find out exactly what dental implants can do for your smile? Tooth loss doesn’t have to define you and it doesn’t just have to be something you Read more
  • How Dentures Can Restore Your Smile
    Dentures are the solution of choice when you have missing teeth and lack sufficient bone tissue to support dental implants. Find out how Dr. Mark Richardson can help restore your Read more
  • Don't Ignore These Signs Of Periodontal Disease
    Periodontal disease, which is also referred to as gum disease, is an infection of the structures around the teeth including the gums. Dr. Mark Richardson, your Kalamazoo MI dentist offers a Read more
  • The 5 Signs You Need To See A Dentist
    Though many patients are anxious about going to the dentist, avoiding this important bi-annual appointment isn't the best choice if you want to preserve your dental health. The longer you Read more
  • Foods that Keep Your Smile Healthy
    Didn’t know that what you eat can affect your smile? Learn from your Kalamazoo dentist! While it seems like a no-brainer that what we eat affects our general health and our Read more
  • How Well Do Dental Implants Work?
    Bridges and dentures can replace a missing tooth, but they don't offer the benefits that dental implants do. Mark E. Richardson, D.D.S., your Kalamazoo, MI, dentist, is here to explain how Read more

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