A Comfortable Dental Experience

Dental Implants

A dental implant is the best long-term solution to replace a lost or missing tooth. It is far superior to a bridge or a removable denture. The following is a list of some advantages of getting a dental implant: Look and Feel A dental implant is an exact match to your other teeth. Your dentist custom matches the color of your implant to your other teeth and shapes it to fit perfectly in the space left by your lost tooth. Read More 

Four Common Questions About Subperiosteal Implants

Has your dentist informed you that you will need subperiosteal implants to replace your missing teeth? Though they are used regularly, this style of implant is not as common as standard, endosteal implants. Thus, most patients have a lot of questions about them. Here's a look at a few of those common concerns, and a little information to ease your worries and help you know what you can expect as you undergo the implant procedure. Read More 

How Genetics Play A Role In The Risk Of Periodontal Disease

You have probably heard that some people are genetically predisposed to dental diseases. You are probably wondering how this can happen, and what genetics has to do with oral or dental health. Well, the truth is that genetics influence a number of things that have a direct bearing on your oral health status. Here are a few of these things: Sweet Tooth If you have a sweet tooth, then you should know that your liking for sweet things such as candy and cake is probably due to your genes. Read More 

Invisalign Versus Metal Braces: What You Should Know

Invisalign and metal braces are two of the leading types of teeth straightening today, but how do you know which to choose? The answer can be unique for each person since everyone has different dental issues and goals. However, by learning a few key things about each type of teeth straightening you may be able to determine which one you want to explore further when you visit your orthodontist. Here are the main things you should know about the differences between Invisalign and metal braces. Read More 

How to Expedite Fixing Your Broken Tooth

When you break a tooth in your mouth for whatever reason, the last thing you want is to have to wait around for interminable amounts of time to get it fixed. The traditional method for getting a broken tooth fixed is to get a crown. The problem is the traditional approach to getting a crown will take at least two appointments, X-rays and as long as three weeks to fix. Here are some features to look for in dentist offices to get this done much faster. Read More