Particularly if you’re someone who likes to look on the bright side, the last thing you want to think about during the holidays is something that will require emergency dental care. After all, why think about a possible broken tooth, when you can be thinking about all the delicious foods and desserts you get to look forward to? Well, because sometimes, those yummy foods are the very cause of traumatic dental accidents you never saw coming! Thankfully, with simple advice, you can step around such issues (or at least react to them quickly, calmly, and with confidence, should you need to).
Every day comes and goes, we make lists of the things we need to get done, and we usually have a fairly consistent sense of how much time we have. However, as you know, when the holiday season shows up, that intuitive sense of time tends to fly out the window. There are suddenly many more tasks to check off, many more gatherings to attend, and the extra time that was once a buffer is all dried up! So, we offer you this friendly warning: Get your smile care ready to go this instant.
Perhaps you have oral surgery coming up and you’re wondering if you’ll still be able to use your electric toothbrush after your procedure. Maybe you have replaced teeth with a dental bridge and you don’t know if it’s safe to use a powered brush on the device. Then again, maybe you’re wondering if using this type of dental hygiene product can help you avoid the need for further dental surgery in the future. Not to worry: We will help you with the details with some quick questions and answers.
You know when you come to see us that we offer dental surgery services. However, aside from the particular reason you come in for a visit, this might not mean very much to you. What types of treatments do we provide, you may wonder? What else might you be able to access? Do we offer comprehensive treatments all within our one practice? The answer, in a nutshell, is: You can expect comprehensive, compassionate services under one roof! Looking for some details? You’ve come to the right place.
There are many, many questions that we have received over the years. While many questions are specific to a patient’s particular needs or thoughts, there are some that stand out as becoming extremely common. Today, we’d like to cover some of those as they relate to candidacy, which is a frequent topic of inquiry when discussing oral surgery. Always keep in mind, if you have questions about your own smile care journey, all it takes to receive answers is scheduling a visit.
We know that even with a lot of excitement about oral surgery to restore your smile to its best possible health, there can be a bit of stress that’s part of the whole package. Of course, we want you to feel resolved and confident instead of worried. So, how to relax and move forward with essential care? Try our tips!
Perhaps you have noticed that bone grafting is something that can help individuals dealing with jaw tissue damage. If you have experienced any amount of jaw deterioration, this oral surgery treatment may become something you feel you owe it to yourself to investigate. Fortunately, discovering more about it and how it may help you is as easy as scheduling a consultation. Until then, let our quiz be your introductory guide.
Have you ever experienced a slip-related problem with your smile prosthetic? If you’re wearing any type of denture that relies on traditional support, then the answer is probably a resounding, “Yes!” This type of concern can really begin to get in the way of your daily life. Rather than feeling comfortable, you find that you’re worried during normal tasks like eating. Fortunately, when you switch over to dental implants, a few concerns will simply fade away.
Sometimes, qualifying for dental implants is very easy. Other times, there are some obstacles that can come up, which might make the process a bit more complicated and time-consuming. The good news to consider is that there are usually solutions that we can rely on to knock those stumbling blocks out of the way. Not sure what you can expect? A few common issues will broaden your scope of this concern.
If you are someone who has smoked for only a short while, you may think that you still have time to quit before any serious side effects occur. If you have smoked for what feels like a long time, you may feel it’s been so long that it is not worth quitting. The truth is, it is always worth reconsidering your decision to use tobacco products. They can have a significantly negative impact on your oral health and may even make receiving necessary oral surgery a very complicated task. Find out more!