Asking yourself, “Am I too hard on my smile?” can leave you speechless. If you’re not sure how you should be treating your smile, it can be difficult to determine how well you’re doing with your approach to protecting it! Rest assured, you are not the only patient who has ever become somewhat confused about how to treat your smile. Even better? Gaining the clarity you need to feel certain you’re doing your best for your oral health is very simple. We are happy to answer your questions, provide demonstrations, offer suggestions, and more! Just ask.
Beyond becoming familiar with the way dental implants work, we find that patients are usually most consumed with finding out more regarding candidacy. Nobody wants to discover what seems like the ultimate tooth replacement solution only to quickly find out it’s only appropriate for a select group of individuals. Great news: Implants work for many, many patients, even those who need a little work done to qualify. Let’s help you establish an understanding of candidacy, so you can move forward with your plans.
Do you ever take a look at your piles of things you’d like to throw out, wondering if there’s some way to recycle them instead of adding them to a landfill? Whether it’s an old computer, a bicycle, blanket, or otherwise, there is a way! You happen to be invited to just the event to accommodate your needs!
Do you need to replace a tooth or two (or three, etc.)? Are you feeling excited about the fact that you can rely on a partial denture for tooth replacement but just as nervous about what that means? Have you been questioning your candidacy because you don’t really know much about how a partial works or what it can do for you? We would love for you to gather up some basic details with our FAQs session. Then, contact us to set up a visit, so we can offer you care tailored to your unique tooth loss experience.
Whether you’re a procrastinator by nature, someone who simply feels anxious about dental visits, or otherwise, you might discover that you avoid care when you have an oral health problem. You might do this even though you are fully aware that you need our help. We understand the desire to pretend you don’t need treatment or to attempt to rationalize a problem until you convince yourself you’re fine. However, that doesn’t change the fact that sometimes, immediate care is just what you need. If you notice a change (or we’ve suggested a particular treatment), we suggest you act quickly every time. Of course, we are happy to tell you why.
Do you have questions about dental bridges that you would like answered before you feel comfortable deciding whether it’s the right choice for you? Beyond the very most essential facts, such as the detail that you may only replace one or up to three teeth that sit side-by-side with a bridge, are there some additional details you’d like to learn about? We love to know you feel knowledgeable and we like to help! Feel free to ask your questions of us in person. For the present moment, we’ll begin your education with a session of questions and answers.
Are you currently missing a tooth? More than one? Possibly several? Do you know how important it is to replace missing teeth after tooth loss? Furthermore, are you aware that there are some exceptional ways to do so, ensuring that your smile looks perfectly natural and lovely? If you’re a newbie to this type of information, we strongly encourage you to become more familiar! You (and your smile) will be the better for it in the long run.
Have you ever found yourself staring at a medication bottle that’s not quite empty (but that you’re never going to finish)? What to do with unused medication, you may wonder? If you’ve heard that flushing it down the sink or toilet or tossing it in the garbage is not the right choice, you’re quite right. Medicines are best disposed of properly. Fortunately, you have the chance to let someone else take care of it for you during this upcoming Medication Take Back event.
No, we’re not giving you ideas about how you can sneak out of our practice through a secret exit when you need periodontal care. We are here to inform you about some easy ways to avoid the need for this type of care, however, which becomes necessary for patients dealing with gum disease. Fortunately, while there are multiple approaches to keeping your gums healthy, there are a few tried-and-true ways to keep inflammation from occurring at all. Even better: These approaches are generally all-around beneficial for your entire smile, as well!
Are you wondering why we have suggested a dental extraction for you? Do you assume that it’s a restorative treatment you can skip? The good news is that when you understand the need for tooth removal, it all becomes clear. The bad news is that if you figure it all out too late, you could end up with some serious, costly consequences on your hands. Consider the reasons extractions are so important. As a result, if you need one, you can quickly come in for a visit to get your oral health back on track (without running into unnecessary complications).