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How Old Is Your Smile?

The concept of dental age is surprising to people when they first hear it. Dental age is independent of chronological age. From a biological stand point, we are youthful until we reach maturity around thirty, we are adults from thirty to sixty years, and elder from sixty on. From a dental stand point, we are youthful at any age as long as we have close to a full compliment of teeth or its equivalent and the supporting tissues are in good health. An adult dental age would be consistent with fixed bridges, small removable partial dentures, or bone loss around the teeth due to periodontal disease. We are considered dental elders when we have full dentures or extensive partial dentures. [...]

By |2020-12-01T00:19:31+00:00December 22nd, 2020|Restorative Dentistry|Comments Off on How Old Is Your Smile?

Dental Implants to Restore Your Teeth

Dental Implants Anchor Crowns, Bridges, or Dentures Choose the restorations that are strong enough to last a lifetime! Dental implants have done wonders in the area of missing teeth, and we believe that everybody should have a great looking smile, as well as the functionality of a full set of teeth. If you have missing or damaged teeth, then you know how it can affect your ability to eat and enjoy food, as well as your confidence. Less visible teeth (such as molars) may not affect your appearance, but their absence will still seriously affect how you chew. Standard options include a dental bridge or a partial denture. The most durable, most permanent treatment for missing teeth has proven to [...]

By |2019-05-31T16:26:44+00:00June 11th, 2019|Restorative Dentistry|Comments Off on Dental Implants to Restore Your Teeth