Dental implants are a wonderful solution for patients who have lost any number of teeth. They provide a comprehensive solution which considers the missing root structure as well as the visible tooth — something that no other option achieves. If you are considering this method of tooth replacement, you may have some questions. Keep reading for the answers to common FAQs about dental implants.
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April 21, 2019
March 21, 2019
There are a few questions in particular that seem to come up at the dental office again and again — below, find your dentist’s answers to those frequently asked questions about toothpaste, dental floss, and more!
March 9, 2019
A number of adults deal with chronic headaches or migraines — around 4 million, according to the Migraine Research Foundation. Too many of those sufferers are never able to identify the source of the discomfort. If you regularly experience head pain and also clench your jaw or grind your teeth – during the day or at night, your dentist wants you to know that those habits may be what is causing the issue. Fortunately, a solution is available when you seek professional help. Keep reading to find out how you can overcome your teeth grinding-related headaches at long last.
February 20, 2019
Very few people will go their whole lives without needing some type of advanced dental work. Indeed, there may come a time in your life that you need to partner with your dentist for a more complex treatment plan. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of choosing someone who will put together a personalized plan of action just for your smile.
February 6, 2019
If disease, injury, or infection get in the way of your healthy smile, your dentist may recommend oral surgery to get it back on track. Wisdom teeth removal/tooth extraction, bone grafting, and frenectomy are examples of some common procedures. If you need one of these or any other type of oral surgery, your dentist can help keep you comfortable with the help of sedation services. Oral conscious sedation or IV sedation are two types — keep reading to learn more about how they work, and which one may be right for you.
January 20, 2019
The way your teeth look can have a big impact on your everyday life. A confident, attractive smile can make others feel that you are friendlier, more approachable, and younger. Teeth with obvious aesthetic flaws, on the other hand, may make you hold back in social situations due to embarrassment. Would you like to say goodbye to your less-than-perfect smile and hello to a brilliant grin that just won’t quit? Visit your cosmetic dentist in Castle Rock to discuss the following treatment options.
January 7, 2019
There is no limit to what you might accomplish this year. You might lose some weight, embark on a new career, take your dream vacation, or meet that special someone! As you’re working hard to achieve your goals, the last thing you want is for a dental problem to distract you. That’s why you should be committed to tooth-friendly habits that will protect your smile from issues like decay and gum disease. Here are a few reminders from a family dentist that will help you achieve a maintain a healthier smile in 2019.
December 30, 2018
Dental implants are the best way to replace missing teeth. They are natural-looking and natural-feeling, they can last for a lifetime, and they provide an extremely strong bite. They can even help to preserve bone mass in the jaw. Would you like to regain your lost smile via dental implants? Here is a look at the treatment process ahead of you and a general timeline of the steps along your upcoming journey.
December 15, 2018
You may have heard people say that they “have TMJ.” When your own jaw started to ache, perhaps you began to wonder if you also have this problem. But what exactly is a TMJ disorder, and what symptoms are associated with it? Let’s discuss these important questions and talk about how your dentist may be able to help you find relief from a painful jaw.
November 30, 2018
Dental implants are a highly successful method for replacing any number of missing teeth. Patients who are eligible for this procedure are highly encouraged to select this route. Even those who do not currently have sufficient bone structure present for dental implants may still benefit with the help of a bone graft. Keep reading to learn more about why your dentist may recommend a bone graft before dental implants, and what it means for you if you need one.