Why Your Dentist May Suggest All-On-4 Dental Implants Over A Traditional Denture

Losing all of your teeth can make it difficult for you to eat and speak properly. Consequently, many people who have lost all of their teeth turn to full dentures. A full denture is a prosthetic appliance that is designed to replace a full palate of teeth. The denture is custom-designed to fit the unique contours of a patient's oral cavity. Your dentist may suggest All-on-4 dental implants over a traditional denture. [Read More]

Treatment And Prevention Of Cavities – What You Can Do

Many people go to the dentist for a cleaning and exam and learn that they have a cavity or two that needs to be repaired. Here, you'll learn a little about some procedures that will make the repair a little more comfortable and a few tips to prevent future cavities. Laser Dentistry                           A lot of people associate the sound of the dental drill with bad or scary experiences in the dentist's chair. [Read More]

Tips To Help Avoid Gum Disease

Did your dentist call you out on your gum health at your last dental appointment? It's not uncommon for people that think they have perfect teeth (because they have never experienced a cavity) to discover that while their teeth are healthy, their gums are in distress. In its early stages gum disease is known as gingivitis and it can be reversed. As it progresses into periodontal disease gum and bone loss, which can lead to infection and tooth loss, becomes a serious risk. [Read More]

Answering Frequent Dental Implant Concerns

When a patient suffers the loss of a tooth, there are few options that can provide more effective and lasting results than receiving a dental implant. Despite the effectiveness of these implants, many often simply choose to use bridges or dentures due to a lack of awareness about dental implant services. What If You Are Concerned About The Costs Involved With Getting A Dental Implant? Receiving dental implants will be more costly than bridges or dentures. [Read More]