Finding the right dentist is much more than looking for someone to clean your teeth. Dentistry requires a high level of skill and expertise, along with modern techniques, talent, and the use of the latest advancements in the dental arts. Choosing a dentist who is held in high regard by his peers is one of the most effective ways to find a dentist you can trust. At La Jolla Dental Care, we have developed a list of the best dentists in the US who are leading authorities in their regions. Dr. Hugh Flax, Atlanta, Georgia Dentist Award-winning cosmetic dentist, Dr. Hugh Flax, is well known in Georgia for his excellent … Continue reading Best Dentists in the U.S.
It is not uncommon to face the loss of one or more teeth – a distressing situation! You may have been born without an adult tooth, or have lost teeth due to an injury, decay, or periodontal disease. Restoring teeth isn’t just about restoring your smile. Missing teeth can cause problems with chewing, speech, and oral health, and allow your other teeth to shift out of position, with more dental problems later. If you are missing teeth and want a long-lasting solution, we offer several methods. Restoring lost teeth can be a life-changing treatment – imagine feeling free to smile widely, knowing your teeth look perfect! Dental Implants Dental implants … Continue reading What Are My Options For Missing Teeth?
What are Dental Implants? Dental implants are long-lasting tooth replacements that involve placing a titanium post in your jawbone, upon which a new tooth is secured, for a natural appearance and a perfectly functioning restored tooth. Unlike dentures, dental implants do not slip or shift. They are anchored in place and look, feel, and function like the rest of your natural teeth. Click Here to Learn More About Dental Implants >> How Do Dental Implants Work? Dental implants are one of the most exciting and successful dental procedures developed in modern dentistry, and the technology of implant placement continues to advance. Dr. Han is one of San Diego’s top dental … Continue reading Dental Surgeon Implant or Root Canal?
Losing one or more teeth is often associated with either a physical injury or removal of a tooth that is no longer viable and healthy. In these instances, your dentist will recommend a few different options for filling that now empty space. Dental implants, bridges and even dentures (in extreme cases) are commonly used to replace one or more missing teeth. While each have their pros and cons, dental implants are associated with some of the newest technology, versatility and reliability in cosmetic dentistry.
Choosing a dentist for you and/or your family is not always easy. Some dentists are general dentists, and some have their specific niche of dentistry. Some are highly trained and have great credentials, while others do/are not. Some have very nice offices and use new and up-to-date technology, and others have outdated spaces and technology. Regardless of the circumstances of choosing a new dentist, there are certain things you can do which make the elimination process simpler. Here we have detailed a list of things that will help you make your decision.
Ceramic vs. Metal Implants Dental implants are, without question, the most natural, long-lasting and comfortable replacements for missing teeth available. They can be used to replace one tooth or all the teeth in your mouth. The Problem with Missing Teeth Missing teeth can be problematic in a number of ways. Aesthetics The most obvious is, of course, aesthetics. It is simply not attractive to have a large gap that shows whenever we smile. We can become self-conscious about it and can become a barrier to feeling comfortable with other people. Imagine what life would be like if, every time we wanted to smile or laugh, we clenched our lips instead. … Continue reading Ceramic vs Metal Implants
One of our greatest assets is a great smile. It can be the single most captivating part of us that we present to the public, and it can transform a face from average to beautiful. It is the welcome, it is the joy, it is the invitation that can be seen across a crowded room, but a great smile demands great teeth. If you are someone who is self-conscious about your smile—who puts your hand up to cover your mouth when you smile or laugh, you are missing out on one of life’s greatest pleasures—sharing yourself with others. Your Options for a Great Smile Most people have had fillings. The … Continue reading Comparing CEREC Crowns to Traditional Ones
Nothing can make you want to hold back a smile more than a missing or severely damaged tooth. If you have already lost a tooth, or are needing to have a tooth extracted, you may be wondering what options are available to you to restore your natural smile. There are two primary options available to those who want to replace one or more teeth: dental bridges and dental implants. What is a Dental Bridge? The term “bridge” is appropriate for this dental device in more than one way. It can fill a gap between teeth and it is held in place by being attached to adjacent teeth. It works like … Continue reading Bridges vs. Implants
If you are considering dental implants, it is important to understand your options. There are pros and cons in the various types of implants, and you need accurate information, so you choose right – for you. There are many factors to consider, including pricing, safety, and reliability. While some types of implants have been in use decades, recent developments and new products and procedures could yield better results. Some materials used in dental implants (titanium) may cause an allergic reaction in some patients. Click here to learn more about dental implants Dental Implant Basics Dental implants have become one of the most popular tooth restoration procedures in the USA, and … Continue reading Types of Dental Implants
Your smile enhances your face value! While most people would love to flash a perfect set of pearlies, not everyone is blessed with straight, well-aligned teeth. Approximately, thirty million people in the U.S. have a broken or missing tooth and at least half of them require treatment to cover them. At least 74% of adults in the U.S. have misaligned or crooked teeth, which is called “malocclusion”. Misaligned teeth: More than a cosmetic problem In the past, a crown was the only option available to cover the chipped or broken tooth. Chipped, cracked or damaged tooth may need professional treatment with veneers or braces. Apart from cosmetic reasons, straight and … Continue reading Veneers Vs. Braces