We offer a few different options when it comes to tooth replacement. One common option is dental implants. Thanks to advancements in treatment and technology, more patients are eligible for treatment than ever before. While many people have heard of dental implants, there are still quite a few questions we often get about this treatment. We want to answer some of the most common questions we receive about dental implants. Read on to learn more.
Have you recently experienced tooth loss and are struggling to decide if you need to replace your tooth or if you should leave the space alone? Dealing with tooth loss can be extremely challenging for a patient, causing feelings of sadness, uncertainty, and confusion. We are here to help patients work through their feelings and get through the process of replacing their tooth or teeth. We encourage any patient to replace a missing tooth as soon as possible, no matter the location. The only teeth that do not need to be replaced are wisdom teeth and teeth that were removed prior to orthodontic treatment.
Would you love to improve your smile but have been hesitant to learn more due to your age? Or perhaps you have severe oral health issues and complications and are discouraged from visiting our office. The start of a new year is the perfect time to evaluate the state of your oral health and inquire more about treatments you would love to know more about for your teeth. We are here to tell you that there is never a wrong time or age to improve your smile. If you are experiencing issues with your oral health, we would love to meet you. We offer no judgment about the current state of your oral health. We want to restore your smile and change your life. Read on to learn more.
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.
At Friendly Family Dentistry, every decision we make about your treatment begins and ends with what is the most conservative yet effective solution for you. Sometimes the solution will be a relatively simple procedure, while other times more complicated measures will be necessary. We don’t take it lightly when we recommend that you consider having…