Dental Implants: Pros and Cons

  • A Problem at the Base: Abfraction Lesions and Your Teeth

    6 April 2021

    The loss of any of your tooth structure can be a cause for alarm. Your tooth is compromised and will continue to deteriorate, and it doesn't matter if the loss was due to an accident that damaged a tooth or if the loss was gradual and caused by tooth decay. Accidents and decay aren't the only ways in which you can lose tooth structure. When structure is progressively lost towards the base of a tooth, you might be experiencing an abfraction lesion.

  • 3 Causes of Sensitive Teeth and Why You Should See a Dentist for Treatment

    23 February 2021

    Tooth sensitivity can be extremely limiting and also annoying to deal with. It can strike at any time, and it takes the fun out of enjoyable activities like eating ice cream or other cold foods. Tooth sensitivity can also present itself when you eat fruit with citric acid and also when you eat extremely hot foods. The problem with tooth sensitivity is that the problem does not always go away by itself.

  • Can You Replace a Single Tooth With Dentures?

    7 January 2021

    One missing tooth can change your mouth in many ways. A missing tooth will affect the way you eat, the way you smile and even the way you speak. But replacing a tooth can be expensive and invasive. Fortunately, you can replace a single tooth with a partial denture. 1. Partial dentures or flippers can replace a single tooth Dentures usually replace at least two or more teeth. But you can still replace a single tooth with a partial denture or flipper.