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Dental implants to replace missing teeth are a hot topic these days. Your friend got one, you’ve heard people talking about them, but you’re still not sure exactly how it works or what it is. In this blog we will be explaining exactly what an implant is, what components are used to restore it, and how it’s placed.

A well balanced diet is essential for maintaining a healthy body but did you also know that it is just as important to your oral health? Vitamins and minerals found in many foods help avoid an assortment of problems that may arise without them.

The last time you were at your dentist office, did you update your health history? When they got to the part about anything you may be taking whether prescription or over the counter, did you skip all the supplements because you just didn’t want to list them all? Beware of that practice! Did you know that some of those can have side effects with surgeries or with other medications that your dentist may prescribe? According to the American Dental Association (ADA) there are four common dietary supplements that can cause adverse side effects.

I bet you have heard from many of your friends and colleagues that the dreaded root canal is the worst thing you could have done. Am I right? Why do you think that you hear that over and over again? In this blog I am going to explain why some say it is painful and others say it was a breeze!

Gloria is someone everyone can relate to. She is a normal adult who lives a happy life, but unfortunately got stuck with some dental problems.

Dental issues are common, especially as adults start heading into their 50’s and 60’s.  Like many individuals she needed some dental work done and unfortunately she also had a fear of the dentist. This is a far from ideal situation.

Are you thinking about getting dental implants? Or perhaps you’re doing some research for someone in your family who might need them?

Well, it doesn’t matter if you are just looking to replace one tooth that is missing or all of your teeth, sometimes you just need a little advice.

So who tends to have the best advice? Where is the best place to get? Who can you really trust who will have the best advice to give?