Sometimes we lose teeth; it happens. Whether you had an injury, gum disease, decay, bone loss, etc. there are ways to restore your smile back to its previous cosmetic appeal and function. Depending on how many teeth you are replacing, you could go with full or partial dentures, implants, or bridges. What do you need to know about dental implants? Each option has their own benefits, but implants will be your longest lasting option. If you need to replace a tooth or a whole mouth of teeth – give your dentist a call to begin discussing dental implants as an option for restoration. Continue reading
Over ten million Americans report difficulty sleeping as a result of a disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. Do you have trouble sleeping? If so, this can have a negative impact on your quality of life. To enjoy better rest and improved health you need treatment. Otherwise, you could end up exhausted and suffering from serious health complications.
When was the last time you visited your dentist? What’s the big deal about checkups and cleanings? We understand that our day-to-day lives can be pretty hectic. Finding time to see the dentist may not feel like a priority, but it should be. After all, regular visits can reduce the risk of serious oral health concerns, such as tooth decay and gum disease.