The short answer is yes, you can get dental implants for multiple missing teeth! When you visit one of our experienced dentists for a consultation, please let them know you are interested in dental implants. They can determine whether the multiple missing teeth can be replaced with this treatment. Furthermore, they will make sure you know all of your options and feel confident choosing what is right for you.
Dental implants have become a popular option in dental restoration, with over half a million implants placed every year in the United States. With the natural appearance and strong durability, dental implants may be your ideal option for a smile makeover!
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Dental emergencies usually occur swiftly, without warning, and can be extremely painful. The Smile Centre is here for you in the event of serious dental problems. Our experienced team strives to provide exceptional dental care to every single patient.
Common dental emergencies include:
- Teeth that have been knocked out by a fall, sports injury or other trauma
- Jaw swelling or pain
- Extreme tooth pain or toothache
- Gum injury
- Broken tooth or teeth
- A tooth that has suddenly become loose
- Broken or…
If you suspect your child has a tooth cavity, try not to worry yourself sick, but do schedule a checkup with our family dentists. It’s important to correctly diagnose a cavity if it exists and allow the dentist to treat it if necessary. The Smile Centre family is passionate about helping you maintain exceptional oral heath for the entire family.
Treating tooth decay is important, even when it involves baby…Read Full Post
It’s more than just a pretty smile! Our goal is more than helping you create a dental plan to achieve your smile goals. We work to build your confidence through a healthy, beautiful smile while providing you the experience of a lifetime. Chipped teeth can really make you feel embarrassed to smile. Usually the chip occurs for some unexpected reason, like a trip and fall or biting down on hard food. It can be painful when it happens, and then you are left with the aesthetic flaw of a damaged tooth. Sometimes, a tooth is chipped due to significant wear from grinding or clenching. Fortunately, there are several ways to restore the tooth, which will protect it and correct its appearance. Whatever your…Read Full Post
If you are missing one or more teeth, you probably already know you have a few options for replacing those teeth. Dental implants are one of the main options, along with dentures and dental bridges. There is no one-size-fits all answer when it comes to choosing the right option for tooth replacement; each person should seek the advice of our experienced dentists with a comprehensive examination.
Although the situation is unique to each individual, there tends to be some common reasons that dental implants are favored among patients:
- Look, feel and function like a natural tooth
Root canal treatment provides the amazing advantage of saving a vulnerable tooth. Root canal treatment – also called endodontic treatment – saves the tooth by removing the infected tissue.
What is the reason for needing a root canal? There is an infection in the soft tissue inside of a tooth’s root canals. This soft tissue is known as “dental pulp,” and it contains nerves and blood vessels. The dental pulp is what makes it possible to sense hot and cold temperatures in your teeth. Removing the pulp does not kill the tooth, so it should be removed if it’s infected and inflamed.
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Cosmetic dentistry can be a great fit for diverse goals. If there is any aspect of your teeth, gums, or overall smile that you would like to enhance, cosmetic dentistry at The Smile Centre may be the answer. Here are 5 of the top benefits:
- Improve your self-esteem. The way you feel about your smile is so important. When you feel good about how you look, that positive feeling can boost your self-regard and lift your spirits. Find yourself more at ease in social and professional interactions when your worries about your smile are voided from your life.
- Enjoy optimal…
As we all are at home more these days, you may be wondering what you can do to keep your teeth and gums healthy. You may be trying to avoid unnecessary dental visits and medical care during this time. Here are a few tips for how you can keep your oral health in tip-top shape:
- Brush every morning AND every night with fluoridated toothpaste
- Floss once every day, particularly before bed
- Use an electric toothbrush and a Waterpik
- Limit your sugar intake
- Hydrate throughout the day - drink more water
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We hope this message finds you and your loved ones in good health. Our community has been through a lot over the last few months and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines. While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to safety.
Infection control has always been a top priority at The Smile Centre. We are always focused on the health and safety of our patients and team. The Smile Centre has always been committed to the infection control requirements set by the ADA, CDC, and OSHA to maintain a sterile environment. We are up-to-date with the agencies' issued guidance and recommendations, and we will continue to exceed these requirements with extra precaution. Our response to COVID-19 is comprehensive and meticulous.
Starting Monday, May 11th, we are opening our office for all types of dental appointments. We wold like to tell you about the infection control procedures that we have put in place to keep patients and staff safe:
- Our office will…
Walking down the toothbrush aisle in stores may seem extremely intimidating. So many brands are available, different types of bristles, should you go with electric or regular? So many questions may be circulating your head as soon as you step foot in the row. Here are some tricks to follow to ensure your toothbrush choice goes smoothly.
- When it comes to the bristles, dentists tend to recommend going with soft. While you can choose whatever toughness you prefer, soft is usually the consensus as it is great for removing plaque and debris.
- Small heads of a toothbrush are preferred. The reason you should choose a toothbrush with a smaller head is because it reaches the hard to get to places…