Why Invest In Dental Implants When You’re OK With Dentures?

If you're OK with dentures, then why consider dental implants? Dentures can meet your needs up to a point, then at some point, you have to have them replaced with new dentures so you can enjoy a better quality of life and better oral health. Teeth implants can be especially beneficial to you if you have had teeth missing from the front of your mouth that are noticeable when you smile and speak, so visit your dentist to see if this is the best option for your needs. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Crossbites

A crossbite is a dental condition in which the upper and lower teeth do not meet properly. In a normal bite, the upper teeth overlap the lower teeth slightly, allowing for proper chewing and biting. However, in a crossbite, the opposite occurs, and the lower teeth overlap the upper teeth. This can lead to a range of dental problems and should be corrected as soon as possible. Here is what you need to know: Read More 

Why Choose Dental Implants

Dental implants are faux teeth that are surgically inserted into the gums using a metal post, and a faux tooth is then screwed into the top of the post. It is used to mimic a natural tooth and can act just like a natural tooth as well. Dental implants take time to get done, but the effort is worth the result in the end. Dental implants are a great option when you are dealing with a missing tooth, as it can be very difficult to tell the difference between the implant and one of your other natural teeth. Read More 

Do You Want Your Dental Implant To Be Fitted In A Single Appointment?

For many patients, there's a waiting period after they have a dental implant installed. Their jaw needs to heal around the implant (a small titanium screw). When this integration has been finished—often several months later, a natural-looking porcelain prosthetic tooth is attached to the implant, and the process is complete. But for some patients, it's possible to combine these steps into a single appointment. Are you eligible for same-day dental implant treatment? Read More 

Metal Mouth: When A Metal Dental Crown Is The Best Choice

Tooth crowns are often made out of porcelain. In fact, they're regularly referred to as porcelain crowns. This is because porcelain is an excellent mimic, and matches the color, texture, and translucence of natural dental enamel. When a porcelain crown is fitted over a tooth, the porcelain blends into your smile, and the restoration looks just like a natural tooth. So why is your dentist recommending a metal crown? Anterior and Posterior   Read More