Does your smile reveal that you have an open space (or multiple open spaces) as the result of tooth loss? Do you find that you try to conceal this fact by covering up your smile with your hand – or that you intentionally avoid social interactions to prevent anyone from noticing? Fortunately, whether you are ready to replace your teeth to boost your confidence or strictly to protect your oral health (or both), we are ready with options like dental bridges to restore your smile. Learn more about whether a bridge is right for you.
When you hear that we offer oral cancer screenings, you may initially find yourself feeling somewhat unnerved rather than relieved. Just hearing the words means that this is a very real oral health concern (one that many patients would simply prefer not to think about). Good news: Talking about it, receiving screenings, and being proactive is actually extremely beneficial. Allow us to offer some reasons you don’t have you to worry and, instead, can feel great relief.
For patients dealing with tooth loss, the experience can take quite a toll. In addition to feeling less than enthusiastic about the way your smile looks to others, you may feel upset about a host of other concerns. For instance, you may not know what to do, whether you’re supposed to just “deal with it,” or what type of tooth replacement option is best for you. Fortunately, we are here to help. In addition to replacing your teeth, we will be glad to explain why it’s a good idea to do so.
Have you been spending what is beginning to seem like a surprising amount of time learning about electric toothbrushes? If you have become interested in this option for your dental hygiene, you may feel excited at the prospect and a bit overwhelmed with all of your questions. After all, there are so many products and so much to learn that making a decision may appear to be a more difficult task than you had initially imagined. Good news: We can help! Step your way through a quick Q&A session and ask additional questions at your next checkup.
Are you feeling a bit confused about relying on dental sedation? On one hand, you love the idea of accessing a way to feel completely calm during your dental care. On the other hand, you have a lot of questions about nitrous oxide that are preventing you from going ahead and scheduling a visit. Good news: We are always happy to answer questions and have gathered a few FAQs (and responses) to get the ball rolling.