Periodontal disease is a serious oral health concern, one that is often responsible for adult tooth loss and very uncomfortable symptoms. However, we have treatment options to help manage the problem and preserve your smile. How do we treat gum disease and what can be done to avoid the problem?
When you take care of your smile, your natural teeth can stay bright, beautiful, and in place. In order to keep your smile healthy, you need to take care of your teeth and gums from home and make time to see us every few months. In today’s blog, we’re going to highlight a few simple ways to maintain optimal oral health.
While bridges and removable dentures can help address tooth loss, dental implants offer a number of benefits over these more common tooth replacement options. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at five facts about dental implants and discuss how they can benefit your smile.
We always urge our patients with missing teeth to seek solutions as soon as possible. Without treatment, tooth loss can be dangerous for your smile’s health and stability. What makes tooth loss such a danger for your smile? Find out in today’s quiz!
Do you have pain in your smile? If you have a tooth that hurts, there’s a chance that you have an oral health problem that requires treatment. Ignoring the pain means you could allow the issue to grow worse and threaten the health and stability of your smile. Let’s look at the common causes of toothaches.
According to the Oral Cancer Foundation, over 49,000 people are diagnosed with the disease every year. Of that number, half will succumb to the disease within just five years. The high mortality rate is due to the fact that most cases are not diagnosed until the later stages. However, we can identify the issue in the early stages with a routine oral cancer screening.
If you have a missing tooth, then you may feel embarrassed about the state of your smile. However, we can help with a lifelike tooth replacement option. A dental bridge can fix your missing tooth and help prevent complications that can arise due to tooth loss.
When a tooth needs serious repair, then you need restorations. To address both cosmetic and restorative concerns, we may recommend a lifelike dental crown. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at five facts about the creation and placement of dental crowns.
Even if you have high risk factors or developing gum disease, you can take steps to safeguard your smile. We’re looking at a few causes of periodontal problems, as well as potential solutions. To find out what you can do keep your smile gum disease free, try today’s quiz!
Did you know we have an incredibly thin restoration that can completely change the appearance of your smile in as little as two visits? In today’s blog, we would like to take a look at veneers, which can help you transform your smile in 2018.