Are you interested in learning more about dental implants for you or a loved one and concerned that you may not be a candidate for treatment? Over the years, more patients than ever have become eligible to receive dental implants due to updates to dental technology and the treatment itself. Many patients are pleased with dental implants because of the many benefits they experience. Continue reading to learn more about implants and whether you would be a good candidate.
It can be stressful to live with oral health complications. You may also see this firsthand if a loved one has problems with their teeth and gums. Our goal is to restore your oral health as soon as we can to help prevent further complications. Depending on the issue, you may notice dental discomfort or find everyday tasks, such as chewing your food, difficult. These problems are common when patients experience tooth loss or severe decay. One treatment that we may suggest for severe decay or a missing tooth is a dental bridge. We want to be sure that our patients feel informed and comfortable with any treatment we recommend. Read on to learn more about this treatment and how we use it to restore oral health.
Dentistry is all about smiles, and having a beautiful, confident smile can be challenging when you are unhappy with your oral health. One aspect that can really bring down your confidence is a missing tooth. We are here to help explain some of the tooth replacement options we can provide to patients. Our goal is to help patients choose an option that is aesthetically pleasing while restoring the function of their teeth and also promoting lifelong health. Following an examination, we will discuss your lifestyle and any concerns you may have about your oral health. We may then recommend one of the following tooth replacement options:
Have you recently experienced tooth loss and are struggling to decide if you should replace the missing tooth? No matter if the tooth is lost due to decay, injury, trauma, or a medical condition, it can be tough to decide if it should be replaced. We are here to tell you that you should always replace a missing tooth. The only exceptions are wisdom teeth and teeth that are removed for orthodontic purposes. Read on to learn about the importance of replacing your missing tooth.