What To Do When Your Child Loses An Adult Tooth

A child losing one of their newly-grown, adult teeth often causes worry in parents. There are plenty of things your family dentist can do to take care of the problem. Booking Same Day Dental Appointments Booking a same day dental appointment is a good idea when possible. But it's not always feasible if there isn't a same day care provider in your area, or your child has been skittish in the past about seeing a dental care provider other than a trusted family dentist. [Read More]

Tooth Replacement Options For When There Is Bone Loss

Bone loss in the jaw is often caused by an infection that goes untreated. The result can be the loss of one or more teeth since they no longer have sufficient bone material to support the roots. When this occurs, your first concern may be about your appearance – what are the options for replacing the lost tooth? The following guide can help you understand what replacements are available. Implants [Read More]

Restoring Your Teeth With Implants, Bridges And Composite Materials To Give You A Natural Looking Smile

Dental technology has come a long way. If you have a missing tooth in your mouth, or you have recently chipped a tooth, your tooth can be restored. A missing tooth can be replaced with implant technology, while a chipped tooth can be repaired using composite materials that look and feel like your natural teeth. When you are not happy with your smile, or you have missing teeth causing problems with your bite, it's time to talk with your dentist about your tooth restoration options. [Read More]

Dental Implants Vs. Other Options

Dental implants are usually not the only option for tooth replacement, but they are a great option for many reasons. Here is how dental implants stack up against other options for tooth replacement. Dental Implants vs. No Tooth Replacement Comparing getting a dental implant with not replacing a missing tooth at all, avoiding tooth replacement is obviously less expensive. You could have your tooth extracted and then just let the area heal into regular gum tissue. [Read More]