Losing your tooth due to physical injury, severe tooth decay, or progressive gum disease can be devastating. It will be difficult to bite or chew food, and your smile's appearance may change. Luckily, there are options you may consider to regain your beautiful smile and restore your teeth's functionality. Modern dentures can fill in for your missing natural teeth, assisting your mouth to function normally. This means you will bite, chew, smile, and talk easily. [Read More]
Why Wisdom Teeth Removal May Be Necessary
The emergence of wisdom teeth often symbolizes a coming of age for many people. Sometimes referred to as the third molars, wisdom teeth are the final teeth to emerge from beneath the surface of the gums and usually become visible between the ages of 17 and 21. Wisdom teeth may never cause problems, but minor or major complications can occur in some cases when these teeth emerge or while they're still beneath the gums. [Read More]
What Are Your Options For Dentures?
Do you want to get dentures to replace your missing teeth but feel confused about the different options? If so, it will help to know the differences between these 3 types of dentures. Complete Dentures What makes complete dentures unique is that they are completely removable, with an acrylic base used to support a full row of top and bottom teeth. The process of getting complete dentures does not require surgery, so anybody can get complete dentures without going through a major medical procedure. [Read More]
Do Children Need Dental Crowns?
Sure, a dental crown might need to be replaced after it's been in place for a number of years. While the crown itself may change, the method acts as a permanent restoration for a permanent tooth. It's not as though this type of restoration has any benefit for a deciduous, baby tooth, does it? Temporary, But Essential Baby teeth are temporary, but they're still essential for a considerable period of time, and the wellbeing of baby teeth can have a direct impact on the development of adult teeth. [Read More]