Month: August 2021

What Is Covered In Your Cleaning?

Dentist making professional teeth cleaning female young patient at the dental office. Close-up plan

Taking care of your smile is imperative to not only your oral health, but your physical health as well. Indeed, your teeth serve many more purposes than just to complete your smile, and losing as little as a single structure can significantly influence your function, jawbone strength, and more. To combat this, your dentist recommends… Read more »

Why You Should Have A Lost Tooth Replaced

Closeup/ Dental implants supported overdenture on blue background/ Screw retained/ implant restorations.

Whether you are aware of it or not, oral health concerns will only get worse with time. Indeed, unlike a headache or an upset stomach, time is not on your side, and the longer you wait to seek treatment, the worse off you will be. In some circumstances, you may be doing everything right as… Read more »

The Importance Of Timely Treatment

Young handsome man over isolated background smiling confident showing and pointing with fingers teeth and mouth. Health concept.

Physical ailments, as much as we wish to exist without them, are very much a natural part of life. Indeed, the occasional headache or upset stomach can certainly incapacitate us from time to time, depending on how bad the symptoms are, but for the most part, they run their course and then we are able… Read more »

Cosmetic Solutions That Address It All

Dental Veneers: Porcelain Veneer installation Procedure. 3D illustration

Cosmetic dentistry often receives a bad rep as inessential treatment, as it usually involves surface-level concerns that do not affect your oral health directly. Indeed, your oral health and function are certainly a top priority, but that should not mean that other areas need to suffer in the meantime. In today’s blog, your Leawood, KS… Read more »

What Exactly Is A Composite Filling?

3d render of jaw with dental polymerization lamp and light cured inlay filling over white background

Though most people feel as though they have an excellent grasp on their oral health, the truth of the matter is that there is much more to consider than they might initially have thought. Indeed, brushing your teeth is imperative to a healthy grin, but when this is your only preventive practice, you will experience… Read more »

Removing Infection From Tooth Roots

Tooth model for classroom education and in laboratory.

Dental decay and infection are among the most common oral health threats out there, and millions of patients face their effects every year. What’s more? Decay is especially a troubling issue, as it may not even be noticeable in its earliest stages. This means that your condition could have progressed significantly before you realized, resulting… Read more »

Versatility From Dental Crowns

processing and correction of the dental crown. laboratory

Making sure your smile is up to par with a dental checkup is a necessary part of a preventive dental routine. Indeed, oral care is a lifelong process, as the bacteria, infection, and more that threaten your health never truly ceases. Because of this, it is imperative to stay on top of your care. Still,… Read more »

When You Fall Behind On Dental Exams

Did your last dental exam occur within the last six months? If more time has passed than this, you should make your next visit a priority. Falling behind on your scheduled checkups can leave you more vulnerable to problems than you might realize. In addition to missing out on an important review from your dentist,… Read more »

How We Help Patients Deal With Teeth Stains

Are you beginning to worry that there is nothing you can do to prevent or remove teeth stains? The accumulation of particles that hurt the color of our enamel can lead to embarrassment. While different toothpastes offer to whiten your smile, and different whitening products are available on store shelves, you can find it hard… Read more »

Addressing Questions About Cavity Treatment

It is important that you recognize just how harmful tooth decay can be, especially when it is not caught in time. The harm to your enamel caused by a cavity is permanent. If too much time passes, bacteria can actually make their way past your enamel and cause an infection within your tooth, which can… Read more »