Are you going to wear your first pair of dentures soon? This is an exciting moment, but it’s natural to be nervous, too. There are many common denture problems people may encounter when they first get dentures. Here’s what to expect when you first start wearing dentures and what you can anticipate when you adjust. […]
For a number of reasons, teeth can become or discolored. You can do it safely if you want to make them brighter and whiter. To choose from, there are several choices. For safe whitening procedures, you should visit your dentist for a discussion to see what is right for you. Although teeth whitening has some […]
There are two major types of dental implants: endosteal and subperiosteal. Subperiosteal basically refers to an implant that rests right on top of the jawbone under the gum tissue. Endosteal refers to an implant that is in the bone. Subperiosteal implants have gone into extinction due to their long-term results as compared to endosteal dental […]
If you’ve lost some or all your natural teeth, your dentist will recommend some form of dentures so you can speak and chew properly and keep your bite correctly aligned. Dentures can be removable or fixed appliances that replace missing teeth and keep your smile looking healthy. They can rest on your gums or on […]
Are you ready to embark on a journey of a dental implant? Stats show that nowadays over half a million implants are placed on Americans every year and 13% of Americans in 2020 already have dental implants already! Whether you have been living with a missing tooth for a while, lost a tooth due to […]
What is a Frenum? Your frenum (also called frenulum) is the little piece of tissue that connects your cheeks, tongue, or lips to your gum area. You have several frenums in your body. However, the ones that typically require frenulectomy are inside your mouth. You may have wondered why this seemingly insignificant piece of skin […]
After 3 plus months of seeing only Dental Emergencies only, it’s no wonder that the type of dental issues we are seeing in the office has changed. Changed for, unfortunately, the worse, particularly for our patients.