Dental veneers are the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments. They are very resistant to staining, serve as protection against cavities, and are easy to take care of. The length of your veneers’ life not only depends on the material they are made of but also on how well you take care of them daily.
Dental implants often seem like a huge commitment, and they do involve a multi-stage process. However, we will break down the treatment into separate steps, so you have a better idea of what happens once you decide to get an implant and the dentist says you are eligible for it.
Dental implants are an excellent replacement for missing teeth, as they can prevent bone loss by restoring the tooth’s roots. However, getting dental implants requires undergoing two minor oral surgeries. Read on to learn everything you need to know about implant recovery.
When most people hear about Botox, they usually think about it as a cosmetic procedure used to reduce the appearance of fine lines. But, Botox has also been used by dentists to treat various dental problems such as temporomandibular joint pain. We also offer it as a treatment option at our clinic for patients with TMJ.
Seeing a dentist for an oral health issue is usually straightforward. For simple procedures like dental crowns, root canals, or fillings, you can easily choose a dentist in your area that fits your needs the best. But, when do you need an oral surgeon, and what can they do differently, compared to a general dentist?
Studies from the American College of Prosthodontists indicate that about 120 million people in America are missing at least one tooth. Missing teeth can be traumatic and decrease your confidence when interacting with other people. It also increases the chances of contracting gum disease and other oral infections.Luckily, various dental treatments such as implants and dentures can assist in filling in the empty spaces and restoring your smile. This blog from Goldstein Garber & Salama will discuss the difference between dental dentures and implants to help you understand which suits your situation.
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