Posts Categorized: Patient Education

A Better Understanding Of Comprehensive Dentistry

Are you aware of what services you can enjoy when you visit a comprehensive dentist? Comprehensive dentistry means that you can enjoy a range of services to address your oral health, as well as any cosmetic worries with your teeth. If you have complex dental troubles, this can mean enjoying all of the services you… Read more »

Managing Dental Concerns For Older Adults

As you get older, your oral health concerns can change. You may face a higher risk for cavities, and develop problems associated with gum disease. If you keep up with regular dental checkups, you can mitigate these concerns, as your dentist can keep watch for changes in your teeth and gums. If your teeth develop… Read more »

Comprehensive Dental Care Quiz

When you’re searching for a dental practice that addresses all of your wants and needs, the most important quality to look for is comprehensive dental care for the whole family. While you may like the idea of having every treatment you could ever require within reach, that doesn’t mean you necessarily know what to expect… Read more »

The Stability Of Implant Dentures

Dentures are a great way to restore the function and aesthetics of your smile. Without teeth you cannot chew. If you can’t chew you can’t eat. If you don’t eat your health suffers. You need to be able to confidently chew a variety of foods including meats, crunchy vegetables, tough greens, nuts, and other healthy… Read more »

Whether Or Not To Get An Implant

The condition of your teeth is important to your mental and physical health. People without teeth are often self-conscious, embarrassed to smile, talk, or eat around others, and may even avoid social functions. Having the right amount of healthy, strong teeth is not only important for your psychological health, it is also important for your… Read more »

How Complex Is Dental Crown Placement?

A dental crown is a fabricated tooth to restore the original damaged tooth. It is replicated in the shape of the original tooth, the same size and shade. It is to restore your chewing function and, of course, your smile. Some dental treatments are complex, like implants, while others are non- or minimally invasive. Placing… Read more »

Not Just About Cosmetics…

Replacing a tooth is not merely for cosmetic reasons. Your tooth performs a function. It breaks up your food into tiny pieces so it is easier to swallow. As you are chewing, your saliva helps soften and break down the food too. Losing even a single tooth can cause discomfort and inconvenience when trying to… Read more »

Everyday Dental Technology

Dental offices are becoming equipped with many new and improved technologies these days that make dental treatments faster, easier, and more comfortable. Technology also makes treatment procedures more reliable, effective, and efficient.  This is very beneficial to the patient especially considering the link between your dental health and overall health. Keeping your mouth, teeth, and… Read more »