Have you recently experienced tooth loss and are deciding on a tooth replacement option? Whether you have experienced tooth loss or not, you can probably understand the frustration and overwhelming emotion of making such a choice. We always believe that it’s best for our patients to be informed about all options because anything can happen and you may find yourself needing this information at some point in your life. One popular tooth replacement option is dental implant placement. While many people have heard of dental implants, there are still quite a few questions we often get asked about this treatment. Today, we want to take a few moments and answer some of the most common questions about dental implants. Read on to learn the questions and answers. Hopefully it will give you the information you need!
Would you love to improve your smile but have been hesitant to discuss your desires with me? I often encourage my patients to be vocal about what they would love to change about their smiles. Due to the advancements in procedure techniques and dental technology, my team and I are able to provide more services than ever to help patients achieve their dream smiles. I want my patients to know that it is never too late to make the changes that will help you love your smile. Continue reading to learn more about how I can help you change your smile.
We don’t know about you, but we are counting down the days until it is springtime. We are ready to say goodbye to the snowy days and frigid temperatures we have seen this winter in NJ. The arrival of spring has many of us planning for springtime and summer events such as weddings, graduation parties, class reunions and family vacations. Would you love to make a change to your smile before a big event that is coming soon? While we offer a number of cosmetic dentistry treatments that can bring about any change you would like to see, there is one in particular that will give the “wow factor” you may be looking to see — dental veneers.
It’s hard to believe that we are deep into the fall season. It seems like only yesterday we were laying on the sand at the beach or floating around in the pool. Before we know it, the holiday season will be upon us and the hustle and bustle of shopping, parties, and family get-togethers will be in full swing. Now is the perfect time to plan ahead and treat yourself to the change in your smile that you have been considering. Scheduling a treatment now will allow you to enjoy and show off your results throughout the holidays and beyond!
Have you been considering making an improvement with your teeth? Or are you self-conscious of your smile so you avoid speaking closely to someone or refuse to smile and show your teeth? If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth we have a number of procedures that can greatly improve the look of your front teeth. One particular non-invasive cosmetic dental procedure leaves a beautiful, natural-looking smile. Interested in learning more about this popular treatment? Read on for more details.
Have you been feeling unusual tenderness or discomfort in your jaw, ears, or face? Maybe you have been experiencing frequent and unexplained headaches. If so, you could be experiencing bruxism.
November has arrived and planning for Thanksgiving is sure to have begun. Nothing is better than getting together with family and friends and feasting on delicious turkey, sides, and desserts. If you have a missing tooth, chronic dental issues, or dentures, you may be worried about what you may or may not be able to eat. Wouldn’t it be amazing if there was an option where you would have no dental concerns and be able to enjoy all the foods during the holiday festivities? Implants are the answer that you have been looking for.
The loss of natural teeth doesn’t have to be the end of eating foods you like or smiling confidently. There are many options available to replace missing teeth, and one of these is with the use of an overdenture. An overdenture goes over a supporting structure, such as natural teeth or dental implants and is made up of prosthetic crowns and acrylic plastic that simulates gum tissue. They are like dentures in that they can be removed, but they get their support from dental implants.