If you have started to notice pain or discomfort within your smile, it is time to schedule an appointment with your dentist. You may have an internal tooth infection that has started to form, which can lead to a serious toothache. Even more, this situation can become worse, risking the health of your smile. When… Read more »
Category: Restorative Dentistry
If you are experiencing discomfort within one or more of your teeth, make the effort in seeing a skilled dentist. You may have a serious infection that has taken hold within the pulp of this tooth. In these instances, you should seek treatment quickly, as the bacteria can continue to grow and spread into the… Read more »
Your periodontal health is more important than you probably know, as gum disease is a highly prevalent condition within American mouths. Nearly half of all adults in this country struggle with the infection and inflammation of their gum tissue. If you have begun to notice redness or swelling along your gumline, it may be the… Read more »
When you have lost most of your teeth, or all of them, then a set of dentures could restore your ability to eat your favorite foods and smile with confidence. But how do we create a prosthetic that addresses total tooth loss? In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about crafting full dentures.
When you need oral surgery, we don’t refer you to another office. Instead, we have in-house experts ready to oversee and complete the oral surgeries necessary to improve the health, function, and beauty of your smile. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about our approach to oral surgery.
When a tooth is infected, a filling or crown may not be enough to offer treatment and prevent tooth loss. However, an endodontic treatment could actually treat the issue and bring relief to the smile. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about the benefits of root canal treatment.
Did you know that we provide oral surgery? With a surgical approach, we can address missing teeth, remove teeth that threaten your overall oral health, and even rebuild portions of a weakened jawbone. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist talks about when these procedures are necessary for your smile!
When a tooth is infected, you need treatment to avoid pain when you eat, and to avoid losing your tooth altogether. To help save the tooth and bring relief, you should see us for an endodontic treatment. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist will discuss how we safeguard smiles with root canal therapy.
When you injure your smile in an accident, or have multiple oral health issues impacting the beauty and function of your smile, you may need more than a filling or a crown. Which is why your Kansas City, MO, dentist offers a new smile with a complete Full Mouth Reconstruction, rebuilding your smile.
When you have several issues with your smile’s beauty and health, then a single procedure may not be enough to transform your smile and correct these concerns. Instead, your Kansas City, MO, dentist will combine preventive, cosmetic, restorative, and prosthetic procedures to completely transform your smile with a full mouth reconstruction.