Archive for May, 2009

Are you a Candidate for Dental Implants?

Whether you are a young, middle-aged or older adult; whether you need to replace one tooth, several teeth, or all your teeth, there is a dental implant solution for you. With the exception of growing children,dental implants are the solution of choice for people of all ages, even those with the following health concerns: EXISTING […]

” There was no discomfort at all. The procedure was pain-free and fast. There was no discomfort afterwards, whatsoever. My new teeth feel like a natural part of me. They also make me feel and act more naturally again– smiling with confidence, chewing on both sides like normal. I can definately recommend this to others. […]

Losing Teeth

LOOK YOUNGER: When you lose your teeth, your jawbone can shrink– making you look older. Implants help stabilize bone levels after tooth loss. EAT WHATEVER YOU WANT: Like natural teeth, your new teeth are strong, stable, and secure, so you can comfortably eat all your favorite foods. A LIFE-LONG SOLUTION: Dental Implants are a long-lasting […]


Implants have many advantages over dentures, bridges, and other prostheses. Implants will: *Look and function like natural teeth *become a permanent part of the mouth, integrated with the surrounding bone *not slip, move, or irritate gum tissue ( unlike dentures ) *provide patients a secure and stable fit *restore up to 90% of chewing power […]

“Don’t eat or drink anything for 8 hours before your appointment”

What’s up with not eating or drinking before a surgical appointment under anesthesia?  Here’s why it’s dangerous- when you’re under anesthesia, your muscles, including the muscles and reflexes in your throat are relaxed and the chance that you could vomit while you’re sedated is increased.  If you have any food or liquid in your stomach, […]

“Thank You” from a patient

“Your office was so kind to me in a huge time of need. I can’t thank you enough for what you all did for me. I would love to stay in touch. Thank You!!  Blessings to you all.” Jennie This note was from a sweet patient who has some physical disabilities. Her taxi dropped her […]