Posts Categorized: Tooth Loss

When To Consider Dental Extraction

Tooth extraction concept with an array of stainless steel dental tools and a mask with the extracted tooth clasped in the pincers and reflected in the mirror

Taking care of your smile is a lifelong endeavor. Indeed, the earlier you start active care, the better your chances are of maintaining a healthy smile for life. While a well-rounded preventive dental routine can build up your grin’s strength and durability, bear in mind that it does not mean it is safe from all… Read more »

Simple Solutions For Consecutive Tooth Loss

4 units​ zirconia​ bridge​ with​ all porcelain with a reflection on the glass.

Nothing is more troubling than doing everything you can to prioritize your oral health just for destructive dental decay to swoop in and compromise your teeth. Indeed, dental decay is one of the most common oral health concerns out there, but it is only one of many other threats that can wreak havoc on your… Read more »

Extraction Might Be Necessary For your Health

Dentist woman holding patient's tooth in hand

Taking care of your smile is much more involved than one might expect, and an effective dental routine consists of many parts. For instance, a well-rounded preventive plan consists of care at home such as brushing and flossing, in-office care through checkups and cleanings, and paying mind to what you eat. Even still, you may… Read more »

Improving Health With Tooth Removal

It goes without saying that dentistry in and of itself can range in purpose. For instance, preventive dentistry aids in keeping your teeth healthy, while restorative measures serve a purpose in preserving your natural teeth by doctoring them and eliminating infection that has already set in. Even still, cosmetic practices strive to enhance the quality… Read more »

How Partial Dentures Address Tooth Loss

Removable partial denture (RPD.) on blue background.

As time goes by and technology continues to advance, the processes of receiving extensive dental treatment has been made less grueling with the aid of sedation dentistry. What’s more, procedures such as extractions, root canals, and implant placement can be completed in record time with minimal invasion. This is a major benefit, especially as the… Read more »

Dentures For Varying Degrees Of Tooth Loss

While cosmetic concerns such as a stain in your grin can warrant a simple treatment to eliminate these discrepancies, other concerns may not be so simple to tackle. In fact, items such as severe infection or decay caused by harmful oral bacteria can very easily impact more than your appearance, but your smile’s function as… Read more »

Your Last Attempt At Saving A Tooth

In our previous blog, we discuss the reasons you cannot ignore a cavity and how the progression of decay creates larger and larger problems for your oral health. From a cavity to an internal infection to even tooth loss, great attention must be paid to the health of your teeth, and it is up to… Read more »

Replacing Lost Teeth to Restore Function

For most, all it takes for a lifelong smile is excellent preventive care at home and in-office. For some, however, that is not as easily the case, and a serious of circumstances may even result in the need for a dental extraction. While you may believe your troubles with decay and infection are over, on… Read more »

Treatment to Mend Broken Teeth

Appropriate dental care is comprised of a decent balance between flossing and brushing at home, attending routine examinations and cleanings, and paying mind to the foods and beverages consumed. Without carefully satisfying each of these factors, threats to your oral health such as cavities, infection, and even tooth loss can result. The fact of the… Read more »

What Steps Should You Take After Tooth Loss?

Tooth loss is one of the most difficult oral health situations in which you can find yourself. Tooth loss can be painful. Tooth loss can be emotionally scarring. What you may not know, is that tooth loss can also create future oral health ramifications. That’s why you should address your tooth loss as soon as… Read more »