Taking care of your oral health should be a top priority for everyone. Not only does it allow you to step out with a movie star smile, but it can also be the key to you finding out about other health issues that you may be dealing with. However, as much as you may want to see the dentist, you might be worried about the cost. It can be difficult to find budget-friendly dental care, especially if you don't have insurance. [Read More]
Chipped Front Tooth? What Are Your Options?
Have you been avoiding smiling for a while now because you just don't want anyone to see your chipped front tooth? That's no way to live! You deserve to feel comfortable taking photos, and more than that, to feel proud of the image you see in the mirror. Whether your tooth has been chipped for a few days or a few years, you need to see a dentist to find out more about your options for fixing it. [Read More]
Benefits of Dentures
If you have lost most of your teeth, you and your dentist may be considering dentures to replace your missing teeth. However, you may have reservations about having dentures if no one close to you has had them before. Having dentures does not have to be a negative experience. In fact, it should be quite positive. Here are a few reasons why: Restoration of Chewing Ability Without Pain Dentures are designed to fit the individual contours of your mouth. [Read More]
2 Instances When A Standard Dental Implant May Not Be The Best Choice
A dental implant is often a preferred way of replacing a lost tooth. The implant, which is a rod made from titanium metal, is inserted into the bone of the jaw. It rests in the same position as a tooth root. Within a few months of the implant's placement, the device fuses with the bone of the jaw. The fusion process is called osseointegration and should be complete before the implant receives regular bite pressure. [Read More]