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By Dr. Bryan Sigg 6/6/2018 10:46 AM
By Dr. Bryan Sigg 6/5/2018 1:29 PM

Did you know the number one dental problem among preschoolers is tooth decay? By age 5, nearly 50% of children have one or more cavities. Many parents think cavities in baby teeth are inconsequential because they will be replaced, but this belief doesn't hold true. Dental decay in baby teeth can negatively affect permanent teeth and lead to future dental problems.

By Dr. Bryan Sigg 1/29/2018 2:12 PM

A "smile makeover" is when our team at Cornerstone Family Dentistry helps to improve your smile through a series of cosmetic dental procedures. The goal is to develop your ideal smile by taking into consideration facial appearance, teeth, gum tissue and lips. Smile makeovers fix chipped, cracked or discolored teeth and restore your bite and the muscles that control jaw movement to their natural position.

By Dr. Bryan Sigg 1/8/2018 10:51 AM
By Dr. Bryan Sigg 10/27/2017 11:56 AM

Adult tooth loss is a common problem. Millions are affected by it. In fact, almost 70% of people over the age of 35 have lost one or more of their adult teeth and 26% of people over 70 have lost all of their natural teeth. If you have lost teeth then there's a way to get your great looking, healthy smile back again with the All-on-4® dental implant procedure – an alternative to traditional dentures.

By Dr. Bryan Sigg 5/15/2017 10:24 AM


I’m proud to offer the CEREC method of reconstructing tooth restorations. It’s a state-of-the art process that allows most patients to have their procedure done in just one visit! That means there’s no need to have a temporary restoration for in-between visits. Learn more by reading this blog post!

By Dr. Bryan Sigg 8/19/2016 8:41 AM


By Dr. Bryan Sigg 8/9/2016 11:03 AM

Gluten sensitivity has become a major challenge for adults and kids alike, and the issue has received a lot of attention over the past few years. According to the Celiac Disease Association about one percent of people have Celiac Disease, an inherited autoimmune disorder that causes damage to the small intestine when gluten is ingested. Though gluten-free recipes are all the rage, what’s talked about less is the impact gluten on your dental health for those with Celiac Disease. Learn more about it in this article!

By Dr. Bryan Sigg 6/13/2016 8:43 AM

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