Dental implants are one of the most versatile, long-lasting tooth replacement options. If you’re considering dental implants to replace one or more missing teeth, read our blog for some things you should consider before you choose a dentist to restore your smile’s function and health.
As you get older, your smile changes. Common issues for older adults include gum disease, dry mouth, and worn enamel. Thankfully, missing teeth isn’t an inevitable part of getting older. Check out our blog post for ways to keep your smile in great shape as you age.
Dental implants are biocompatible titanium posts that replace the root of a missing tooth. They’re implanted right into your jaw where they fuse over the coming weeks and months. Read our blog post for a look at what the process is like, and what you can expect during recovery.
Dentistry is normally divided between a few main categories. There’s preventative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry. In this blog post, we tackle the last two to give you a better idea of how they’re different and when you might need one or the other.
If you’ve lost teeth, you know how much your life can change. The loss of even just one tooth changes your bite, what you can eat, and your appearance. If you want to replace missing teeth and restore your smile, you have a handful of options. Check out our blog post to learn about mini dental implants.
When you need to replace one or more missing teeth, you may choose between either dental implants or dentures. While both have benefits, you should educate yourself, so you can make an informed decision about which tooth replacement method is right for you. Read our blog post for help with this decision.
Did you know that as you age, your risk of tooth decay, cavities, and oral cancer increases? While your oral health needs may change, that doesn’t mean your smile has to suffer! We offer a variety of restorative treatments that can preserve and protect your smile. Read our blog post where we highlight the benefits of dentures.
Whether your missing teeth are a recent occurrence or you’ve been living without them for years, the inconvenience is obvious. Check out our blog post to learn about dental bridges to replace missing teeth.
Not only do missing teeth make it more difficult to eat and talk, they can also affect your self esteem. Check out our blog post to learn about the benefits of affordable dentures at our dental practice.
With a procedure as sturdy and permanent as a dental implant, patients often wonder: will it hurt? Check out our blog blog post where we take a closer look at the procedure to put you at ease before you get your first dental implant.