Dentures should not be worn 24 hours per day because your gums need a chance to breathe. As a result of that, most denture wearers remove their dentures while they sleep. The dentures need to be stored somewhere so they do not dry out. Dentures should be stored at night to ensure your false teeth are properly cared for.Read More
Dental crowns are designed to act just like your regular teeth. They are sturdy, reliable, and able to withstand daily wear and tear. Nevertheless, there are times when crowns need to be adjusted or replaced to improve their performance.Read More
Dental implants are one of the most important innovations in dentistry for the last 50 years. They’ve made it possible to add teeth back into a mouth that might require a denture before. Now dentists can create a new tooth that looks just like the old one and will take up the same space, without any problem with rejection.
Your teeth can get expensive fast if you don’t take care of them and end up needing a lot of work done. Though many Americans have insurance coverage, not everyone is sure whether or not their procedures are covered.Read More
Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. Beginning May 4th our office will resume full operation. We will be seeing preventive appointments as well as routine restorative and emergency treatment. While many things have changed, one thing has…Read More
A dental crown is a modern marvel of dentistry.
Replacement teeth are nothing new. There’s evidence of gold prosthetics dating all the way back to the Etruscans. But the level of durability and quality we have now isn’t even close to what the ancients had.