Would you love to improve your smile but have been hesitant to mention your desires during your most recent visit? Or has it been some time since your last appointment and you are self-conscious about the amount of dental work you need? We never want our patients to feel embarrassed or self-conscious about visiting our office and expressing their feelings. We see patients every day who need dental treatments, and we never pass judgment. We offer a number of preventative, restorative, and cosmetic treatments that can transform your smile. Read on to learn more.
Have you recently had a tooth removed and are unsure if you are going to replace it? We know that it can be heartbreaking when a tooth is removed. No matter if the tooth is lost to decay, injury, trauma, or a medical condition, it can be tough to decide whether the tooth should be replaced. We are here to tell you that no matter the location of the tooth, it should always be replaced. Read on to learn about the importance of replacing your missing tooth.
Have you recently had a tooth extracted and are deciding which tooth replacement option is best for your lifestyle? We know that it can be a difficult decision to make, so we encourage our patients to think about their long-term oral health goals. Our number one recommendation to patients is a treatment that is a permanent tooth replacement and offers numerous benefits. Interested in learning more? Read on to learn about this popular and life-changing treatment.
It can be very emotional to have a tooth extracted or deal with a missing tooth or teeth. After dealing with those emotions, we at Friendly Family Dentistry don’t want choosing a tooth replacement option to be a difficult decision for you. We work with our patients to help them make a decision on an option that is most beneficial to their lifestyle. That being said, our first recommendation and most popular choice among patients are dental implants.
re you looking to make a change in your smile but are unsure which path to take? There is no better time than the start of a new year to invest in yourself. The past ten months have been difficult for many of us, so now is a good time to take the leap and treat yourself to a “smile makeover” that you can be proud to show off.
Despite improvements in dental care, millions of Americans still incur tooth loss, mostly due to tooth decay, periodontal disease, or injury. For many years, the only solutions to these problems were the use of crowns, bridges, and dentures. Thankfully, today we also have dental implants. A dental implant is a high-tech replacement tooth that mimics the whole tooth structure. A titanium post is surgically inserted into the jawbone beneath the gum line and then a crown, or the replacement tooth, is affixed to the implant.
Are you concerned that brushing and flossing aren’t doing enough to prevent tooth decay? It’s easy for adults and children to sometimes lapse in their daily dental routine. At your or your family’s regular checkup, we may recommend a fast, effective treatment that can provide an added layer of protection that works alongside your regular dental hygiene routines. Read more to find out about this treatment.
Do you or a loved one suffer from pain in your jaw, ear and/or neck? When you eat or talk, do you hear clicking or popping noises that come from your jaw joints? While some people think these symptoms will go away on their own, they shouldn’t be ignored. For more information on why you should seek help for jaw pain, click here.
Implants are a popular dental treatment thanks to advances in modern dentistry. Using cutting-edge technology and techniques, most implants have a very high success rate and will last a lifetime if properly cared for. They are not only used for replacing one tooth but can replace multiple teeth as an alternative to dentures.
You may have heard of veneers but may be wondering exactly what they are. Veneers are thin pieces of resin, porcelain, or other materials that are attached to the front of your teeth. The dental veneer is a versatile, minimally invasive treatment option for a wide variety of dental issues.