Month: February 2021

Understanding Your Procedure

A number of individuals out there experience some form of dental anxiety or fear of their procedure every year. Indeed, the thought of extensive treatments such as root canals, periodontal cleanings, and more can be frightening, even causing many people to avoid their standard appointments altogether. What’s more, prosthetic treatments involving extraction and replacement can… Read more »

Overcoming Dental Anxiety

While you may not have thought a tooth replacement was in the cards for you at one point in your life, sometimes life has other plans. Indeed, structural loss can result from a number of factors, and having an effective preventive care routine is a lifelong venture. For a number of individuals, however, the fear… Read more »

How Our Implants Yield Lifelike Results

Age tends to have an effect on a number of things – your hair, your energy, and your teeth, for example. Indeed, time combined with a number of other factors can negatively impact the quality of your smile, causing it to lose its shine in the best cases, or lose a structure in the worst…. Read more »

The Benefits Of An All-In-One Office

For a number of individuals, the thought of going to the dentist and requiring treatment to remedy concerns can be troubling for many reasons. For example, fear or anxiety can arise from the thought of painful treatment, the cost to perform said treatment, and even from the possibility of having to wait for long periods… Read more »

Supporting Implant Posts With Minimal Structure

Whether you are consciously aware of it or not, your tooth roots serve more purposes than just anchoring your teeth to your jaw. In fact, they help your crowns properly absorb the pressure of your bite, as well as encourage proper structural integrity within your mandible bones, allowing for a healthy smile. Indeed, these purposes… Read more »

How Tooth Roots Provide Structural Integrity

In last week’s blog, we discussed how there are certain instances or times in which a tooth must be extracted, including causes and future complications an infected structure may cause. Bear in mind, however, that your natural teeth serve a number of functions, and once one is gone, it can lead to an entirely new… Read more »

Removing A Tooth In A Single Visit

As we age, it is only natural that teeth begin to lose their once vibrant shine, and even become subject to a number of concerns that arise over the years. While nobody would prefer it, tooth loss can be a natural occurrence for some adults. In cases like these, it is imperative to seek implant… Read more »

What It Means To Enjoy Same-Day Implants

It goes without saying that tooth loss is nobody’s first choice – not your dentists’, your family’s, and certainly not yours. While nearly every individual would opt for a full and complete smile if given a choice, the sad reality is that this is not the case. Indeed, extraction and loss are caused by a… Read more »

Do You Need Partial Or Full Dentures?

Nothing is more concerning for your oral health than losing multiple natural teeth. In fact, your appearance is not the only thing you will have to worry about, as your structural integrity and function come into question as well. In some cases, it is simply to discern that an entire denture is needed to restore… Read more »

Three Times Implants Can Restore Your Smile

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Arguably the most problematic effect of tooth loss in its earlier stages for many people is the noticeable gap in your grin. What’s more, as the process continues, you will begin to experience much worse results, including structural and functional difficulties that will make everyday activities such as biting, chewing, and even enunciation more problematic…. Read more »