Month: July 2015

It’s Just One Missing Tooth. Not A Problem. Right?

Actually any amount, from one to several, missing teeth can present a host of problems. The first and most noticeable issue for the patient is that it becomes more difficult to chew. Just one missing or broken tooth affects your ability to chew and what types of foods you can eat. It is harder to… Read more »

Complete Your Smile With Dentures Or Partials

Are you missing teeth? One, two, three? Maybe you are completely edentulous, meaning you have lost all of your teeth. Missing one or more teeth can make it difficult to chew. If you’re having difficulty chewing you may be missing out on important foods and nutrients that your body needs to stay healthy. Even the… Read more »

Bridge Placement

If you’re missing one or two teeth in a row it is wise to replace them. Leaving spaces between teeth can cause your teeth to shift, resulting in crooked teeth. It can also cause the underlying bone structure to begin to atrophy which can cause serious problems in the future. A dental bridge is an… Read more »

No! Don’t Take My Tooth!

Today there are a myriad of dental treatments for all problems imaginable, but regardless, sometimes you may still require a tooth extraction. Some people would rather opt for an extraction because it seems easier and cheaper than having a root canal or other treatment. Then there are those that do not want to lose their… Read more »