45202 Dentist

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Where can I find a 45202 dentist?

Whenever a dental emergency occurs, whether in the midst of a busy day, or in the middle of the night, having a reliable 45202 dentist only a phone call away can be a great relief.  A dental emergency is an uncomfortable, upsetting, and inconvenient experience that requires the prompt attention of a dental professional. When you have the skilled team at Foundation Square Cosmetic Dental Group at your side, it can make a dental emergency much easier to handle. At our state-of-the-art practice, we combine compassion with leading-edge technology to provide dental care at the peak of excellence.

When faced with a dental emergency it’s important to act immediately. If your tooth has been injured in an accident, call us right away. Ignoring the problem increases the risk of irreversible damage. Your trusted 45202 dentist will prioritize your call and at the first opportunity will schedule you for treatment to alleviate your discomfort and restore your smile. A toothache can be debilitating and make even simple, but essential activities such as and eating and speaking difficult. At Foundation Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we’re here to help when you need us most. 45202 dentist

Another dental emergency may be a damaged or broken bridge or denture. While that may not  be a physically painful emergency, our caring and experienced dentists treat any issue seriously affecting the function and aesthetic appeal of your smile with the same level of urgency. At Foundation Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we understand the importance of your denture for basic functions such as eating and speaking, as well as how important your denture is for your appearance. We will make every effort to repair your denture as quickly as possible.


At Foundation Square Cosmetic Dental Group, we’ve established ourselves as a leading 45202 dentist by providing comprehensive, and compassionate care to our patients in urgent need. Our welcoming staff will make you feel at ease in our ultramodern dental center as we work to restore your smile to mint condition. Give us call, we’re here to help. 



105 E. Fourth Street Suite 1175
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 290-1144

Add a Little Sparkle to Your Summer Smile!

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Wanting to make that summer tan of yours a little darker? One way to accomplish that and avoid more UV rays is to bleach your teeth, for more contrast! There are many reasons for your teeth to become discolored or stained, most of them you can control, a few you cannot. The following is a short list of causes and cures.

1.       Drinks-Coffee and tea are the most common culprits causing staining of the teeth. Try to avoid sipping on these drinks over prolonged periods of time and try rinsing with water afterwards. This stain can be removed with regular cleanings and professional whitening treatments.

2.       Smoking/Tobacco-Smoking and chewing tobacco can have a negative effect on tooth color, gingival health, and breath. Of course, the best solution to this problem is to never start smoking or try to quit if you already do. Most of the sticky, tar-like tobacco stain can be removed during cleanings and whitening treatments can help minimize the yellowish color caused by the smoking.

3.       Dental restorations-Old silver fillings (amalgam) can tend to break down around the margins (edges) over time and can sometimes show through the enamel making the tooth look dark and gray. These restorations can be replaced with tooth colored restorations (composites) to reverse this effect.

4.       Age-Unfortunately, as we get older the outer, white layer of enamel tends to wear thin, causing the teeth to look more yellow. Porcelain veneers or dental bonding can help replace the missing outer later and restore that youthful glow.

5.       Chemicals and Medications-During tooth development as a child, certain antibiotics such as tetracycline or excess ingestion of fluoride can cause permanent tooth staining. This type of stain cannot be removed with a cleaning or bleaching; porcelain veneers or cosmetic bonding can be used to cover up the facial aspect of the tooth and give them a new face.


As always, genetics can also play a role in changing tooth colors. To keep your smile brighter and whiter, come in for regular prophylaxis cleanings and ask us about cosmetic options. Summer is the best time to give that smile a little sparkle, giving you that fresh “vacation” look!