Informative Dental Blogs
Am I Too Young For Dentures?
You might have never expected to need dentures in your 20s, 30s, 40s or 50s. Maybe – like many people – you thought you'd never need teeth replacements at all. Actually, tooth loss among American adults is quite common, including on the younger side of the age spectrum.
Can I Get Dental Implants Years After An Extraction?
Time elapsed is not by itself a reason to eschew dental implants. If you have had teeth extracted 2, 5, 10 or any number of years ago, and have not replaced them since, you may still be a good candidate for dental implants. It primarily comes down to a question of bone density.
Dental Bonding for a Gap Between Your Front Teeth
Some tooth gaps are small and hard to spot. Others are larger and more noticeable. If you’re unhappy with the space between your front teeth, dental bonding can be a great way to minimize it.
How to Choose Dentures that Look Like Real Teeth
Dentures are an effective, time-tested way to replace missing teeth and to restore an attractive smile. Not all dentures are the same, however. They differ in quality, craftsmanship and longevity, all of which influence whether your smile looks authentic with dentures.