Veneers in Farmington, CT Can Restore An Imperfect Smile

A healthy shiny smile goes a long way. But many of us aren’t completely satisfied with how we look when we flash our pearly whites … when they become stained, dull, or damaged. Time and age can take their toll on our smiles. After all, our teeth get plenty of wear every day. With today’s dentistry techniques and technology, our team at Farmington Village Dental Associates can restore chipped, cracked, broken, or discolored teeth … and make your smile look […]

Your Dentist In Farmington Wants To Keep You Free Of Gum Disease!

Your Dentists In Farmington Wants To Keep You Free Of Gum Disease!   You may have periodontal disease and not even know it.   We’re not trying to scare you, but … according to the American Academy of Periodontology, nearly half of American adults – or 64.7 million people age 30 and older – have it. And many don’t know it. Also known as gum disease and “the silent killer,” it can lead to serious health conditions if allowed to progress. […]

Restore Your Smile And Quality of Life With Dental Implants in Farmington

Losing one or more teeth doesn’t have to spell the end of your healthy, beautiful, natural-looking smile. At Farmington Village Dental, we’ve rejuvenated many patients’ smiles and protected their oral health for future years with dental implants in Farmington.   Did you know … if you happen to lose just one tooth due to gum disease, decay, or trauma, neighboring teeth will shift, potentially causing a change in the way your teeth fit together. This could create pain and affect […]

Cosmetic Dentistry In Farmington – 5 Top Treatments To Help You Smile With Confidence

Once only for the stars in Hollywood, cosmetic dentistry in Farmington is now an attainable dream for all. At Farmington Village Dental Associates, we can fix many smile concerns with proven techniques designed to restore the beauty and function of your smile. All of our cosmetic dental treatments start with a smile analysis. It’s actually something you already do every time you look in the mirror or check out a selfie. If there’s anything about your smile that you’re not […]

Insurance FAQs at Farmington Village Dental

Q. What does my insurance cover? If I had a dollar for every time I have heard this question in the past 20 years I would have more than enough money for our office to be a FREE clinic! This question is sometimes also followed with “I only want to do what my insurance covers.” I certainly understand that financials are often a concern, but I also get the feeling that sometimes people judge whether they really need treatment based […]

Chipped Tooth: What to Do When You Have A Chipped Tooth

You’re enjoying your favorite piece of candy and all of a sudden, you feel a sharp pain and something solid in your mouth. You take a look and it’s a piece of your tooth. Uh oh, you chipped your tooth! Today, we’ll cover all the basics of a chipped tooth, and discuss what to do when you end up with a cracked, chipped or broken tooth. What Causes Chipped Tooth? It is a well known fact that teeth are extremely […]

Are You Thinking About Getting Veneers?

If you’ve been thinking about getting veneers for your teeth, you have come to the right place!  At Farmington Village Dental Dr. Eric Krause loves to enhance smiles with veneers. What are veneers made out of? Although veneers can be made of composite material, the best looking and longest lasting veneers are made out of porcelain.   How do porcelain veneers work? Porcelain veneers are thin shells that are bonded to the front surface of your teeth.   They are a very […]

Prescription Toothpaste – Why We Often Recommend It

  In our office we talk to people constantly about why a prescription toothpaste could benefit them. The truth is, most people need it for one reason or another and we always try to base our recommendations on our patients specific situations.  For some, it is necessary to aid in the prevention of cavities.  For others, it is to aid in the relief of tooth sensitivity.  Another reason could be to help with the buildup of plaque and calculus (tartar) that forms.  […]

Where is Dr. Nadeau?

If you have been in the office over the last few months you probably have noticed that this is a view you haven’t seen recently. Dr. Nadeau has been mysteriously missing lately. So what’s been going on?  Where is she?  Why have you been seeing only Dr. Krause lately? The answer is…  drumroll please…  Dr. Nadeau fell and broke her wrist. {sad horn sounds} Dr. Krause loves to take pictures. He’d be happy to show you the xrays as well. OUCH! Yes, in late November […]