We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Are Dental Implants Right for You? Dental implants are a permanent solution for missing teeth. These advanced dental procedures are an ideal way to boost your confidence and provide the most attractive appearance of your smile. About 52 percent of all adults in the U.S. aged 20 years to 64 years have lost at least one permanent tooth. This statistic…Continue reading
What Causes Gingivitis and Are There Symptoms? The major cause of gingivitis is poor oral hygiene, but you may have gingival disease and be unaware of it because it usually starts with no symptoms. However, if you’ve begun to have bad breath or you notice bleeding when you brush or floss, then you may have gum disease, and these two…Continue reading
Are You In Need of Emergency Dentistry in Sweetwater? When you have a dental emergency, it can seem like your entire world has collapsed. Dental emergencies are stressful and frightening, and can seem like an insurmountable obstacle to overcome. According to the CDC, emergency dentistry costs more than $45 billion each year in lost job productivity and more than 34…Continue reading
When you’re missing a tooth, you have a few different tooth replacement options, such as a bridge, dentures, or dental implants. If you choose to restore your smile with a dental implant, discover expert tips to ensure a healthy and rapid recovery. The Primary Procedures After you’ve selected a dental implant as your tooth replacement treatment, your dentist will need…Continue reading
Dental crowns have come a long way and can now be customized to suit your specific needs. If you’ve only damaged the front of your teeth, there are dental crowns just for you. Placing Dental Crowns on the Front of Teeth Dental crowns can improve the appearance, function and strength of teeth. They are often preferred over both cosmetic dentistry…Continue reading
If you’re one of the 69 percent of adults ages 35 to 44 missing at least one permanent tooth, you can replace your missing teeth with dental implants or dental bridges. Discover which dental option is best for your smile. The Basics on Dental Implants or Dental Bridges Dental implants are titanium posts that get surgically embedded into the jawbone,…Continue reading
Halitosis is more commonly called bad breath, but no matter what you call it, it’s a pressing problem for millions. Family dentistry experts say there are many causes of this chronic condition. The good news is that knowing the cause of bad breath allows you to treat the problem. Forgotten Food Particles – When food particles remain in your mouth,…Continue reading
Would you like to have straighter teeth but hate the thought of a metal-filled mouth? Discover how invisible braces may be the answer you’ve been looking for and which kind would be the best option for you. The Clear Facts on Clear Braces Invisible braces provide an aesthetic alternative to traditional metal braces with their bulky and noticeable metal brackets…Continue reading
Advanced Dental Care (ADC) Longwood was one of the first dental practices in Orlando licensed to make true periodontal regeneration possible and available to patients with periodontal disease almost a decade ago. Now, the practice is pleased to announce that True Regeneration™ of the attachment apparatus (including new cementum, new periodontal ligament, and new alveolar bone) on a previously diseased…Continue reading
Kids run a very high risk of cavities. But you can protect their tiny teeth by getting them dental sealants. Get answers to all of your questions about this proven treatment. What exactly are dental sealants? Dental sealants are thin, plastic coatings that are applied on the chewing surfaces of a child’s permanent molars and premolars to help protect them…Continue reading