Are you considering dental implants but worried that your dental anxiety will prevent you from moving forward to restore your smile?
The most serious health risk you could avoid by flossing regularly is periodontal disease (informally called gum disease).
Gum disease, aggressive brushing, and factors such as genetics and the aging process can cause a patient’s gums to recede. Gum grafting can improve this.
Technology is advancing at a breakneck pace, and as a result, there’s never been a better time to get dental implants as the placement of your implants is more accurate than ever.
Providing patients with the latest technology and comfort includes a variety of sedation options: nitrous oxide, oral sedation, and IV sedation.
You expect your teeth to last a lifetime. If they don’t, you’ll want durable, comfortable replacements that are as easy to maintain as your natural teeth.
Dental cleanings are important for everyone, but especially for patients with dental implants. I encourage patients to protect that investment with professional dental hygiene.
Often times for faster healing following a dental implant surgery, Platelet-Rich Plasma, or PRP, can be helpful.
Gum grafting is a common solution to reverse gum recession, improve the appearance of a “toothy” smile, and provide a firm foundation for dental implants.
Replacing missing teeth is important to your oral health and also your overall health.