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!
Are you in need of a tooth replacement and are interested in learning more about dental implants but worried you may not be a candidate for treatment? We offer a number of great tooth replacement options, but one we highly recommend and that is popular with patients is dental implants. Not only do implants offer numerous benefits to patients, but more patients than ever before are now eligible for treatment due to the advancements in the procedure as well as dental technology. Interested to learn if you would be a candidate for treatment? Continue reading to find out about dental implants and if you might be a candidate for this treatment.
Have you recently experienced a tooth extraction or learned that you need to have a tooth replaced? Whether you have experienced decay, an illness, trauma to the mouth, or effects of gum disease, we are here to help you. Depending on the location of your problem area, you might be wondering if you need to replace the tooth, especially if it is one of the rear molars. We are here to tell you that, no matter the location, teeth should always be replaced. It is beneficial to the overall health of your mouth and surrounding teeth. Read on to learn more.
Have you recently had a tooth extracted and need to decide on a tooth replacement option? Or perhaps you have been missing teeth for quite some time and are ready to make the investment in replacing your teeth. There are many reasons that a patient might be missing a tooth, such as severe decay, an accident, a medical condition, medication, or family history. Whatever the reason for needing a tooth replaced, we know that it can be tough to decide which option is best for your lifestyle and budget. We offer a variety of options that can help you restore the functionality of your teeth and help you love your smile again.
Do you secretly enjoy wearing a mask because you are able to hide your mouth and the fact you are missing teeth? We understand that it can be very upsetting when you are missing teeth due to an extraction or severe decay. If you are self-conscious about your teeth, now is the perfect opportunity to make an improvement in your oral health. When the time comes that we are able to go about our daily life mask-free, you can show off your beautiful new smile. We want to share about the perfect treatment that will improve your smile for many years to come. Continue reading to learn more about this popular treatment.
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.
Are you keeping your smile hidden behind your hand due to missing teeth? Are you tired of missing teeth or dentures preventing you from eating your favorite foods? Well, we may have the perfect solution for you. Read on to discover what we feel may be your best choice.
It’s been said that, the older we get, the closer we revert to infancy. That does not mean, however, that your smile ever needs to resemble that of a baby who hasn’t cut their first tooth. At Caring Dental of Spotswood, we’ll do everything we can to save your teeth — but if an extraction…