Are you ready for a permanent solution to missing teeth? Are you tired of having to take your dentures out daily to clean them? Crowns and bridges are fixed prosthetics that fill gaps in your smile while giving you the ability to chew, smile and speak with confidence.
It’s estimated that at least half of adult Americans have some kind of periodontal disease, also known as gum disease. An infection of the tissue that supports the teeth, gum disease is also a major cause of tooth loss. The main reason people develop this condition is poor oral hygiene habits. Not properly taking care of your teeth allows plaque to build up, which is a sticky film of bacteria. The plaque then hardens into tartar and can only be removed by your dentist. It’s a snowball effect that can be easily avoided by brushing and flossing and routine dental checkups.
Are you tired of living with the inconveniences of missing teeth? Do you feel like taking out your dentures and never having to put them back in again? If you’re ready for a lasting solution to a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth, consider dental implants as the next best thing to natural teeth.
Are the gaps from missing teeth in your smile causing you embarrassment? Do you have difficulty eating some of your favorite foods because of missing teeth? Millions of Americans have one or more missing teeth and suffer from these very issues. If you are one of them, dental implants could be the solution you need. Read on to learn more.
A beautiful smile instills confidence, and a healthy smile leads to fewer oral health issues down the road. Veneers are the Swiss Army knife of cosmetic dentistry. They are versatile enough to correct a wide range of dental imperfections. Let’s take a look at how dental veneers can give you the smile of your dreams.
How do we show how important you are to us? From the moment you enter our office until the moment you leave, you are surrounded by team members who genuinely care about you. Each one provides you with the best in oral healthcare. Many times, our patients thank us and share with us how we have affected them and their perception of dentistry. But many patients take another step to spread the word outside the walls of our office. How do they do that?