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3 Steps to Managing a Lost Dental Crown

May 17, 2022

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Woman with a toothacheDental crowns are made of durable material to serve as a long-term solution. However, they don’t last forever. It isn’t unusual for a restoration to lose its bond with a tooth over time. While a lost dental crown may seem alarming, don’t panic. Here are 3 steps to managing lost restoration. 


How to Transition from Dentures to Dental Implants

April 13, 2022

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person smiling after transitioning to dental implants

Though dentures are a great way to fill in one’s smile, they are notorious for slipping and can make it difficult to speak and eat effectively. For this reason, many patients prefer dental implants. These sturdy, biocompatible, titanium posts can last a lifetime with proper care and are the tooth replacement option of choice by patients and dentists alike. If you’re thinking about making the transition from dentures to dental implants, read on to learn more about what you can expect as well as some helpful tips.


Can You Get Dental Implants If You’re Diabetic?

March 11, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — cooperowens @ 4:02 pm
person with diabetes wondering if they can get dental implants

Dental implants are a popular tooth replacement option due to their durability, long lifespan, success rate as high as 98%, and lifelike results. They are the only option that also replaces the roots of the tooth and require good oral health before you move forward with treatment. There are also certain medical conditions that may affect your success with implants, including diabetes. If you want to get implants and have diabetes, read on to learn how these two things are connected.


5 Tips for Choosing a Cosmetic Dentist

February 18, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — cooperowens @ 11:44 pm
person smiling after being treated by cosmetic dentist

From chips to alignment problems to discoloration, there is a wide range of aesthetic smile issues that can be corrected using cosmetic dentistry. Though the thought of finally correcting problems that you’ve wanted to fix for years may be exciting, it’s important to make sure you take the time to pick the right person for the job. So that you can make the right decision for your smile, read on for five tips that will help you pick a good cosmetic dentist.


Here’s How to Celebrate Children’s Dental Health Month!

February 1, 2022

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Face it: the most important smile in your life isn’t your own, it’s your child’s! February is a month designated to raising awareness of the significance of kid’s dental health. With a bit of knowhow, you can keep your little one smiling with health and happiness during this month and year-round. Read on to learn about some of the top dental products to use as a part of your child’s oral hygiene routine!


5 Reasons You Need Dental Checkups with Dentures

December 17, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — cooperowens @ 12:03 am

Hand holding upper dentureIf you’ve lost all your teeth, dentures are a convenient, effective method to rebuild a beautiful, functional smile. You might believe your new set of teeth gets you off the hook for routine dental appointments, but you still need to see your dentist. Although you can’t get cavities, dental checkups with dentures are crucial. Here are 5 reasons you’ll want to visit your dentist to protect your health and investment.


What NOT to Do After Dental Implant Surgery

November 30, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — cooperowens @ 3:35 am

Dentist explaining dental implant surgeryIf you’ve lost a tooth or two over the years, a dental implant can restore your beautiful smile. It is unlike any other dental prosthetic because it recreates the entire tooth, including the root. As a result, you’ll require oral surgery to place a post in your jawbone to support the restoration. Your new smile can last for a lifetime with the proper care to enjoy a long-term investment. You don’t want anything to compromise the success of your procedure. Here are 5 things you do NOT want to do after your dental implant surgery.


5 Reasons to Be Thankful for Dental Implants

October 18, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — cooperowens @ 10:00 pm

Family enjoying Thanksgiving dinnerAfter not being able to gather with friends and family last year from the COVID crisis, the upcoming holidays are a reason to be excited. While you count your blessings, you have a few more than usual to add to your gratitude list because you’ve replaced your missing teeth. Here are 5 reasons to be thankful for dental implants as you celebrate the holidays with your loved ones.


The History of Teeth Whitening

September 16, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — cooperowens @ 9:15 pm
man pointing to white smile

Teeth whitening. Even if you’ve never had it done, chances are, you know someone who has. The treatment has become increasingly popular in recent years, especially now that the desire for a perfect white smile is widespread. However, did you know that this phenomenon can be traced back thousands of years? The process that we know today has evolved from trial and error that’s occurred over time. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the history of teeth whitening and explain how it evolved into the treatment we know today.  


5 Benefits You Can Expect from an Intraoral Camera

September 3, 2021

Filed under: Uncategorized — cooperowens @ 4:54 pm

Many advancements in dental technology have made some of the most essential dental services (such as checkups) that much easier to complete. One of these technologies is intraoral cameras, a relatively affordable device that’s become more common in dental offices around the world. If you’ve always wondered how these devices can make your dental checkup better in almost every way, learn from a dental practice that uses an intraoral camera every day to serve their patients!

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