Can You Afford Dental Implants?

10 May 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implants vary from traditional dentures in that implants are actually surgically placed in your jaw line so the structure is screwed into your jaw bone. This makes getting dental implants similar to keeping your original healthy teeth, unlike dentures which are removable and fit over the gums rather than into them. However convenient dental implants are, they are also somewhat expensive and, like any dental procedure, can carry some excess costs that make you have to weigh the benefits of the surgery versus the expense. Read More 

Why It Takes So Long To Get Dentures And How Immediate Dentures Can Help

5 April 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you're planning to have some or all of your teeth extracted because they're in bad shape, then you're probably thinking about wearing dentures and what it entails. One concern you may have is the length of time you have to go without teeth until your dentures are made. This could be several weeks, and you may not want to go to work or out in public without teeth. One solution is to get immediate dentures if your dentist finds them suitable. Read More 

Caring For Porcelain Veneers Is Easy! Here’s What You Need To Do To Keep Them Looking Great

8 March 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Porcelain veneers are very durable and are a great way to obtain a bright, even smile. The veneers are attached to your natural teeth using a special plastic cement, and the porcelain itself resists staining and withstands the forces your teeth experience when you're chewing. Generally, protecting your porcelain veneers simply involves avoiding habits that would damage or stain your natural teeth — don't chew on hard food, protect them from damage during sports, and avoid eating substances that stain your teeth. Read More 

Bone Loss And Dental Implants: The Connection And Effects

6 February 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implants are artificial teeth people choose to get when they have gaps in their mouths. To get one, though, a dentist will examine a person's mouth to make sure there is enough jawbone there to support the implant. The bone the dentist examines is located in the jaw, just below or above where the gap is, and here are a few things you should understand about this bone and how it affects the ability to get dental implants. Read More