In our previous blog, we took a look at how a partial can address advanced tooth loss. But what if you’ve lost all of your teeth, or at least a majority of them? In this situation, your Albuquerque, NM, dentist may suggest creating and placing a full denture. In today’s blog, let’s look at how we create removable and implant-secured dentures.
If you lose all, or most, of your teeth, then you need a full set of dentures. If you lose between one and three teeth in a row, then a bridge is probably the best choice for you. But what if you lose a number of teeth, more than a bridge can handle, but too few to require a full prosthetic? In these situations, your Albuquerque, NM, dentist may suggest a partial denture!
What’s happening this weekend in Albuquerque, NM? Well, we’re glad you asked! In today’s blog, we’re going to cover four events happening this weekend and next week. If you would like to start attending big community events with your brightest smile possible, remember that our team offers a host of treatment options!
A tooth could become lost for a number of different reasons, from an unexpected injury to untreated gum disease. But what happens once a tooth becomes lost? In today’s blog, your Albuquerque, NM, dentist explains the dangers a missing tooth could cause, and how we can help restore the gaps in your smile!
In today’s blog, we’re going to take a little break from our typical dental topics, and instead focus on the community of Albuquerque, NM. We’re going to look at four fun and exciting events taking place in the city, so you can plan your weekend accordingly! In addition, don’t forget that with cosmetic dentistry, we can ensure you attend future events with a bright smile.
When wisdom teeth arrive, this can lead to a number of problems for your smile’s health and appearance, as especially if they become impacted. In today’s blog, your Albuquerque, NM, dentist is going to look at the dangers these additional molars pose, and how we can use a safe and comfortable dental extraction to prevent impaction and protect the stability and health of your smile!
Do you encounter pain when you bite down or eat? If so, then you should see your Albuquerque, NM, dentist. Regular pain when eating could point to serious oral health issues, such as a major dental cavity or an infected tooth. Fortunately, we can address these issues with treatments that restore the health and beauty of the teeth, often in a single visit.