An Implant Supported Denture or Bridge Can Help Replace Your Natural Oral Function

Losing multiple teeth to severe tooth decay or significant dental fracture can certainly impair your ability to comfortably, and efficiently chew food. At the same time, the chronic periodontal disease can leave you with multiple teeth with severely compromised roots. If your mouth has been significantly compromised in recent years you should consider scheduling a… Read more »

A Tooth That Requires Extraction Might Be Replaced with a Dental Implant

A tooth that has been severely compromised by periodontal infection, untreated tooth decay, or a severe dental trauma might not be viable for endodontic therapy. In a case this severe, Dr. and associates might recommend extracting whatever remains of the tooth to prevent further infection, alleviate pain, and speed the recovery process. A dental bridge… Read more »

Why You Still Need Dental Cleanings After Getting Dental Implants

While the dental implant restorations attached to your post–crowns, bridges, and dentures–are not able to develop tooth decay or cavities, but they can be weakened by the bacteria that builds up in the gums. If left untreated, it could mean the loss of the implant. Because dental implants are not invulnerable, it’s important that you… Read more »

A Dental Implant Might Be the Most Effective Method for Restoring a Missing Molar

When a rear molar is knocked out or lost to a severely untreated cavity there will not be a second anchor point capable of replacing the tooth with a standard dental bridge. In a situation like this Dr. might recommend restoring the tooth with a dental implant. This type of dental restoration starts with a… Read more »

The Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are a great choice for restoring lost teeth. Their popularity keeps increasing, and it’s easy to see why. Our team is happy to talk to you about what makes dental implants great. A dental implant is a dental procedure in which a titanium post is implanted directly into your jaw. This implant will… Read more »

All You Need to Know About Tooth Enamel

The white outer shell of your teeth is called your tooth enamel. This substance is very strong. In fact, it’s considered to be the hardest mineral substance in your body. This shell protects your teeth and helps you have a strong and healthy smile. To tell you a little more about tooth enamel in ,… Read more »

A Tooth That Needed Extraction Might Be Replaced by a Dental Implant

Complete extraction is usually a last resort treatment for a tooth that has been severely compromised by untreated tooth decay or a severe dental trauma. After removing the tooth Dr. will likely provide you with a prescription for pain medication. This will help you remain comfortable while your gums fully heal. When you are ready… Read more »

A Dental Implant Might Be Necessary for Restoring a Missing Tooth

A minor impairment to your ability to chew food might not be the only complication associated with tooth loss. If the missing tooth was in the front of your mouth the void could cause changes in your speech while also leaving you with an unattractive smile. Over time the nearby teeth can start to drift… Read more »

Fall Smile Makeovers with Dental Implants

Are you interested in a smile makeover for the autumn season? Are you aware that although dentures are the most commonly known form of tooth replacement treatment available in dentistry, you do have other options such as a wide array of dental implants? Dental implants are highly durable tooth replacement treatments that are installed directly… Read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Single-Tooth Dental Implants

The fall season is finally here! With the advent of the numerous holidays that come with it, it is important to put your oral health care in its ideal place. Prepare your smile now to prevent further damage that may take place later due to all the temptations that may be thrust onto you. Most… Read more »