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Dental Implants Changed My Life

Chelsea came to Willow Pass Dental Care after she and her husband had weighed the pros and cons of dental implants. They had already spent a lot of money on her teeth and anticipated more expense as her teeth continued to deteriorate because of her autoimmune disease. They wanted to find a more permanent solution.…

What Are the Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry? – Commerce Dentist

Your teeth are at the root of positive results when it comes to your smile, your confidence and even your health. When teeth and gums are decayed, damaged, over-crowded or develop gaps they can hinder your well-being both physically and mentally, however, cosmetic dentistry offers a full range of methods that improve your quality of…

Don’t Ignore Ill Fitting Dentures

Dentures are cost-effective and realistic-looking replacements for your natural teeth. Available in both full or partial sets, dentures are designed to allow you to chew and smile as you would with your normal teeth. Full sets are held in place by creating a natural suction between your gums and the dentures, which contain artificial teeth and gum tissue.…

Keeping Your Smile Healthy This Summer (On the Go!)

Summer brings many changes, from warmer weather to summer treats to vacations. Whether you’re taking time off this summer or continuing with your normal schedule, it’s important to still make oral care a priority. Even with a busy summer planned, how can you keep your smile bright and healthy? Here are a few essential tips to maintain your…

Repair Your Chipped Teeth With Cosmetic Bonding

Cosmetic bonding is a procedure in which your dentist uses composite resin—the same material that’s used in tooth-colored fillings—to repair your teeth [1]. Also called dental bonding, this procedure can help repair many issues with your smile. From chipped and cracked teeth to discolored and gapped teeth, cosmetic bonding has a variety of uses in dentistry. How can cosmetic…

Top Tips for Preventing Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Baby bottle tooth decay is a nickname for tooth decay that happens in babies and toddlers. While this type of decay can happen to any teeth in your child’s mouth, it’s most common in the upper front teeth. Prolonged exposure to sugar causes baby bottle tooth decay, meaning that when your child consumes sugar over a period of…

Mouth Sores: What Are the Causes, and When Should You Seek...

There are several different types of mouth sores that can cause discomfort in your oral cavity. Some have overlapping causes, but others are unique in their cause. For millions of people, mouth sores such as cold sores and canker sores are common, but it’s important to know when to seek help. The following are a few of the…

How to Keep Your Smile Healthy During Your Pregnancy

Having a baby on the way comes with new responsibilities and physical changes that can be hard to keep up with! As your body changes to accommodate your growing little one, your smile can go through some changes as well. Taking the best care possible of your body and smile during your pregnancy can help you have a…

Is Diabetes Linked to Periodontal Disease?

Yes, diabetes and periodontal disease—also known as gum disease—are linked to each other! Diabetes—a condition in which the body doesn’t make or use insulin, or blood sugar, properly—can make it more difficult to prevent gum disease, and gum disease can increase your risk for complications from diabetes. But what exactly is the relationship between these two disorders?…

Can You Save a Knocked Out Tooth?

Teeth can get knocked out in a variety of accidents and injuries, and millions of people experience a knocked-out tooth or teeth every year. Whether an adult tooth or baby tooth has been knocked out, there’s always a chance that your dentist will be able to save the tooth. Here’s what you need to know to have…