No matter how you lost your teeth, They offer tooth replacement- implants or dentures, so you will have a natural and confident smile. Millions of Americans suffer from tooth loss, due to gum disease, gingivitis, or from an injury. In the past, the only treatments were bridges and dentures. Dental implants are replacement tooth roots, made to match your natural teeth. The advantages are an improved smile, improved speech, easier eating, durability, convenience and improved oral health. If you experience any bone loss or supporting tissue after you get implants, you many need Implant Restoration, which is offered with cement or screw options. There is also the old method of dentures, which replace teeth that are missing. The dentist recommends full or partial dentures, to match your existing teeth. However, getting used to them can be daunting, when it comes to eating and speaking.
In addition to your overall health, their professional dental team can provide teeth whitening services, veneers, crowns, bonding, bridges, and orthodontic methods to improve your smile. Its primary focus is aesthetics- in color, size, shape, alignment, position, and your overall smile.
Preventative Dentistry is their main goal. With regular examinations, cleanings, x-rays, use of fluoride, and sealants, you can prevent tooth loss. With preventative measures, this helps you avoid gum disease, cavities, enamel wear, and more.
The American Dental Association recommend visits to the dentist one a year, to maintain strong and healthy teeth. The most important thing to do is brush your teeth at least three to four times a day, floss, eat a balanced meal, drink plenty of water, and limit your intake of sugar and carbohydrates. Everyone benefits from regular dental visits.
In-Office Sedation Dentistry
For people who are scared of visiting the dentist, and rather endure a toothache- there is a procedure called Sedation Dentistry, which may ease your fears. You can take medication to relax during your dental procedure. It is sometimes referred as “Sleep Dentistry”. Patients are awakened with the exception of those, who are under general anesthesia.
They accept most insurance plans. Contact their office to verify acceptance to your plan. To make a payment, they probably accept- cash, checks, and credit cards. They also offer a flexible payment plan, for treatment and procedures that your insurance doesn’t cover.