If you or a loved one is on a fixed income and needs a single tooth permanently replaced, don’t let that dissuade you from seeking help. There are affordable options available to you.
When missing a tooth, many people don’t consider the consequences to their oral and even overall health that not replacing it can cause. The truth is, that the consequences can be dire if not addressed in a timely fashion.
When it comes to replacing a tooth, the solution isn’t always so cut and dry. Sometimes an implant is the way to go but in other situations, a bridge better than an implant.
In our latest article, we explore a recent case that we dealt with in our practice dealing with this very question.
Dental veneers are often a good choice for cosmetic purposes, but they aren’t always the right solution to your needs. Here’s a real-world example that came through our doors.
If you have a partial denture, losing your teeth does not always mean you need to transition to a full denture. You have other options.
Having crowded teeth can have serious consequences if not addressed properly with vigilance. However, even the most conscientious people can
A Good Dental Diagnosis and Good Dentistry Go Hand in Hand While we may easily overlook this obvious point, making
While many people want their teeth adjusted for purely cosmetic reasons, the truth is, tooth movement has oral health benefits as well.
Let’s discuss three such examples.
Generally speaking, if you are experiencing pain in your mouth, jaw, teeth, or gums you should contact your dentist to resolve these particular dental issues. However, oral pain can sometimes be indicative of a much different and sometimes more serious underlying medical issues.