Common FAQs For Dental Implants

There are numerous benefits to dental implants. Unlike partial dentures, implants are permanent restorations. The actual implant sits beneath the gum line and an abutment and false crown are attached to the implant post. Implants help your jaw retain its structural integrity and the materials used for the false teeth can be matched to look like your own. If you are wanting to get at dental implant, these are some questions you might have. Read More 

Can Dental Veneers Fix Bite Problems?

Do you have an issue where your teeth are not aligned properly when your mouth is closed? This is considered a bite problem, and it can cause discomfort or pain when eating or simply closing your mouth. Any major problems with a bite will require the use of braces to move the teeth into the proper position. However, minor problems can potentially be fixed by using dental veneers. Wide Spaces Read More 

Implants: More Than Just An Appearance Booster

No matter how you lost your tooth, an implant will create a seamless and attractive alternative to your natural tooth. While that gap in your smile might have been the motivating factor that had you considering implants in the first place, the need to replace that tooth goes far deeper than many implant patients realize. To find out how a missing tooth can be so disruptive to your mouth, read on. Read More 

How To Manage Teeth Damaged By Coffee

Most people don't know it, but that daily cup of joe can be quite problematic for your teeth. If you drink enough coffee and don't take the steps necessary to protect your teeth, coffee can lead to problems down the road, like staining and cavities. Here's what you need to know about your daily cup of coffee, how it's impacting your smile, and what you can do to get back to your old appearance. Read More 

When To Replace Dental Fillings

Dental fillings typically last for many years, but they are not indestructible and don't they last forever. Thus, there may come a time when you have no option but to replace your dental fillings. Here are some of the circumstances under which you should consider replacing your dental fillings. The Fillings Are Discolored Dental fillings are typically designed to match the color of your natural teeth. This is great since it helps the fillings blend in with your teeth so that no one can immediately tell you have fillings. Read More