The Benefits Of Choosing Dentures Over Other Tooth Replacements

Posted on: 14 June 2017

If you are missing some, or even all of your teeth, then you have some decisions to make. You will need to decide what you want to go with when it comes to replacing those teeth. What isn't an option is not replacing your teeth at all. Not replacing them can cause your other teeth to shift, leaving gaps between your teeth. Not replacing them also affects the way your smile looks, makes it harder for you to pronounce certain words, affects the way you eat and can even lead to jawbone deterioration and a change in the appearance of your face. [Read More]

3 Factors That Can Affect The Time It Takes To Get A Dental Implant

Posted on: 17 May 2017

Dental implants are very popular today when it comes to tooth-replacement options, and this is because they are probably the best way to replace missing teeth. If you are really tired of having a missing tooth and want to get this problem fixed with a dental implant, your first step should be a visit to a dentist. Your dentist can determine if you are a good candidate for one, and he or she can also help you understand how long the process will take. [Read More]

Cracked Tooth: How Can You Save It From Extraction?

Posted on: 27 February 2017

If one of your back teeth cracks and develops decay, you may wonder if it's possible to save the tooth. If your tooth doesn't have a severe infection that spread to your jawbone or damaged the tooth's nerves, it may be possible to save and protect the tooth with a dental crown. Dental crowns are unique restorations that support teeth damaged by fractures, decay, or injury. Here's more details about tooth fractures and what you might do to save your cracked molar. [Read More]

Three Ways To Pay For Cosmetic Dentistry

Posted on: 31 January 2017

Cosmetic dentistry is sometimes necessary for proper dental hygiene and improved quality of life. However, sometimes a dental insurance company declines to pay for these services, deeming them to be not medically necessary. When this happens, it is not the end of the road for the patient. There are always other sources of funding to get the cosmetic dental services that are needed. These services will help improve the patient's quality of life, increase self-esteem, improve dental hygiene, and reduce discomfort. [Read More]