Saint Louis Dentist
9906 Kennerly Rd
Saint Louis, Missouri 63128 US
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Mom of 4 - Saint Louis, MO

Dr. David was extremely friendly. He was very thorough in his explanation, using terms I could understand. He was very gentle and his staff was extremely professional yet kind.

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  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: Biology, University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Dentistry
    Dental: DDS, University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Dentistry

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What causes brown staining? Will whitening remove it? (Photo)

I believe you have some decalcification of the enamel of the molars and this can stain easier than the more mineralized areas of the tooth. If this... READ MORE

Should one get joint crowns or independent crowns? (Photos)

I would only consider joining crowns together if there is bone loss, mobility or insufficient remaining tooth structure of one or both teeth that wo... READ MORE

Canine drilled for crowns. Put 1600 down, have temporary crowns in until permanents. No way to pay 6000 remaining balance, help!

I would contact your dentist and openly discuss the situation with them.  They may have payment plan options in house or use a third party financer ... READ MORE

General practitioner or endodontist? Decayed crown.

For a second opinion on if your tooth is salvagable I would see another general dentist.  If that dentist deems it appropriate to refer you to a ... READ MORE

Black teeth, how to fix? (photo)

The dark areas in between your teeth are either heavy staining, discoloration from decalcification or decay (cavities).   Your dentist should be able ... READ MORE

My gum line is red at top of crown what problem could this be? Definitely a different color than rest of my gums. (photo)

The redness is inflammation of the gum tissue.  Typically this is caused by something irritating the gums which can cause it to bleed easy, swell and ... READ MORE

Pain after crown on teeth implant, I'm concerned. What's wrong?

From your description, my first thought would be muscle pain which causes pain when opening or chewing.  This can be caused by your bite being off w... READ MORE

Cavity under a bridge. Can I save the bridge?

Whether you are able to save the bridge depends on the location of the decay.  If the decay is in between the teeth your only option is to remove the ... READ MORE

Root canal and crown. Any suggestions?

What the endodontist did was perfectly normal.   Even if the crown required replacement your dentist would be the one to replace it.   Typically the e... READ MORE

Are my crowns too short? (Photo)

The incisal edges are in the correct location.  Your issue is that the gum tissue does not allow for the crown to look longer by going upward.  To c... READ MORE

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