Teeth can be missing due to a variety of reasons, including genetic defects, tooth decay, injury, or periodontal disease. Additionally, teeth may be removed or extracted due to orthodontic treatment or overcrowding...
Dentures and bridges are both dental prosthetics used to replace missing teeth. Dentures are removable, full or partial sets of false teeth that are held in place by suction or a special adhesive.
In our latest blog, what what is considered a dental emergency and who to call if you need help.
Did you know that roughly 278 million Americans are missing at least one tooth? On top of that, around 40 million Americans are missing all of their teeth. These are surprisingly large numbers! Fortunately, there’s a solution to missing teeth: dental implants!
Replacing a lost tooth with a dental implant will significantly improve the patient’s quality of life and overall health. While you may have heard a lot about dental implants, you surely must have many questions regarding them. That’s why we put together a list of the top questions we get from our patients.
In our latest blog, we go over crown lengthening treatment and its benefits. Read along to find out more information.
Are you looking for the perfect smile? Are you looking to undergo a dental straightening treatment to obtain the smile of your dreams? If so, you may have stumbled over Invisalign, a popular choice in the industry.
One of the common reasons for dental issues is a tooth infection, which, when it becomes severe enough, will require a root canal. In our latest blog, we go over the top 5 common symptoms where a root canal might be needed.
Did you know that the way you take care of your teeth before and after a dental appointment will affect the longevity of your treatment? In today’s blog, we will be going over the proper oral care before and after a dental appointment.
Whether you have a single damaged tooth or multiple missing teeth, we can help restore your oral health and give you a bright, brand-new smile. How Can We Restore Your Smile? In just five simple steps!