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We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Are Dental Implants Your Best Option? If the beauty of your smile has been diminished because of diseased or damaged teeth, then permanently installed dental implants may be the solution for you. According to the CDC, two-thirds of adults over 40 have lost at least one permanent tooth and one-fifth of those over 65 have lost all of their teeth.…Continue reading
Overview of Dental Implants Dental implants are used to replace the gap left behind by a missing tooth or teeth. They can also serve as anchors for an implant-supported bridge or dentures. This permanent replacement for tooth loss consists of a metal post that replaces the roots of natural teeth, providing a strong, secure base for the tooth replacement option…Continue reading
Periodontal Disease Statistics Are you worried about gingivitis? It’s a common dental health issue that affects almost half of all adults older than 30, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It affects even more people as they get older, with more than 70% of people over 65 having some form of gingivitis or periodontal…Continue reading
When you have severe tooth pain, nothing matters except stopping the pain. You need an emergency dentist to diagnose and fix the problem so you can get on with life. Common causes of toothaches include decay, trauma and dental infections. Our emergency dentists can stop your pain and treat these problems so the pain does not return. What are Dental…Continue reading
While dental crowns have traditionally covered an entire tooth, now there are newer options that cover only the front of teeth to provide the perfect treatment for your dental care needs. The Simplicity of Dental Crowns for Front of Teeth Dental crowns have become popular treatments for their many aesthetic and functional benefits. Dentists usually recommend them over cosmetic dentistry…Continue reading
To replace a missing tooth, you are typically offered the tooth replacement options of dentures, a bridge, or dental implants. The best by far is a dental implant, but the way to ensure a successful treatment is to know the right way to recover. Procedure Selection Once you’ve decided on a dental implant as your tooth replacement procedure, the next…Continue reading
When dentists talk about halitosis, they’re referring to bad breath. If this problem is plaguing you, learn the most frequent causes and how to make your breath much better. Bad Oral Hygiene Habits – If you don’t brush and floss every day, bacteria collects on your teeth and develops into plaque. This can cause deep pockets in your gums where…Continue reading
If you’re missing teeth, you’re not alone because nearly 70 percent of adults aged 35 to 44 are living with at least one missing tooth. But there’s no need to suffer in shame because dental implants and dental bridges can replace those missing teeth. Which dental restoration is the right choice for your needs? The Facts on Dental Implants and…Continue reading
Want to protect your child from cavities? Discover how dental sealants can help keep kids cavity-free. So what are dental sealants? Dental sealants are very thin, plastic coatings that get brushed onto the chewing surfaces of a child’s permanent back teeth to help guard them from cavities. They are usually used on children and have become an extremely popular procedure…Continue reading
If you want straighter teeth without a mouthful of metal, learn about the different kinds of invisible braces and see if they’ll suit your smile. A Clear Look at Clear Braces Braces are better than ever today, thanks to advanced design and technology. Today, invisible braces offer an aesthetic alternative to the conventional metal braces with wire brackets. An orthodontist…Continue reading