Category: Prosthetic Dentistry

Facts About Tooth Loss that You Should Know

If you’ve already lost one or more teeth, then you’re already familiar with some of the more obvious consequences of tooth loss. For instance, the gap (or gaps) in your smile can have a significant impact on its appearance, and the more teeth you’ve lost, the more difficult it may be to bite, chew, and… Read more »

Ready For Implants? Find Out More!

When you’ve thought through your options and you are very ready to make your smile whole and complete once more, you may find that it’s time to learn more about dental implants. As you already know that trying to research such things on your own can backfire, leaving you full of misinformation and confusion, you… Read more »

Partial Dentures: Your Questions Answered

Do you have some questions about partial dentures? Do you wish that you could improve your experience a little bit (or are you simply worried that something is wrong with your partial but you don’t really know what to do)? Not to worry. Our Q&A session will help and, of course, scheduling time for us… Read more »

Partial Denture Or Dental Bridge?

What’s the right choice for your smile? Is it best to replace missing teeth with a partial denture? Or, does it turn out that what you should really gravitate toward is a dental bridge? Since both of these prosthetic devices can address types of partial tooth loss, you may find yourself at a bit of… Read more »

Denture Doesn’t Fit? Consider These 3 Things.

Did you wake up one morning, place your denture into your mouth, then realize that something just doesn’t feel the same? When your full denture no longer feels like it’s sitting or functioning as it usually does, it probably does not fit. Is it something you did, you wonder? Is something wrong specifically with the… Read more »

Tooth Loss: How To Respond

When you lose a tooth, whether from the result of an unexpected injury or due to disease, it can leave you feeling a little bit defeated and worried. Unfortunately, this often causes patients to avoid additional care and to attempt to deal with a reduced quality of life. The good news is that we can… Read more »