Why The Whole Family Benefits From A Checkup And Cleaning

checkup and cleaning visitWe hope to see you and your family for a checkup and cleaning at least once every six months. This may seem like a minor visit at best, but a checkup and cleaning is actually crucial for the health and beauty of your smile, combating serious concerns like cavities and even periodontal disease. In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist explains why you benefit from a preventive visit.

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Stronger Dentures With All-On-4®

all-on-4 implant denturesOften, people may find they don’t qualify for implant dentures due to loss of jawbone density, which means their smiles cannot support the six to eight dental implants per arch necessary to secure a new denture. However! Your Overland Park, KS, dentist has another option. All-On-4® uses only four implant posts, providing secure prosthetics for people who have lost jawbone mass and density due to tooth loss.

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How Does A Dental Implant Preserve Facial Structure?

dental implant While prosthetics like crown-secured bridges and removable dentures address missing teeth, they don’t slow the rate of jawbone tissue loss, which occurs as a result of missing teeth. However, dental implants have been known to stimulate the growth of jawbone tissues, preventing negative changes to your facial structure as a result of tooth loss. In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist explains how dental implants save your smile!

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A New Smile With Full Dentures

full removable dentureIn our last blog, we explained how a partial addresses gaps spread out across the smile. But what if you’ve lost a majority of your smile, or every single tooth? In these cases, our team will design and craft a prosthetic to replace every lost tooth and return function, health, and beauty to your smile. In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist looks at how we offer a full smile.

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Restoring Smiles With Partial Dentures

partial dentureIn our last blog, we explained how a bridge is the perfect choice for minor tooth loss. If you lose all of your teeth however, a full denture is often the best option. But what if your tooth loss is too severe for a bridge, but not serious enough for a full? In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist talks about the benefits of restoring lost teeth with partial dentures.

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