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Safeguard Your Oral Health During Cold and Flu Season

May 11, 2020

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Woman on couch sneezing during cold and flu seasonAt the moment, you may be busy basking in the pleasant weather of late spring. Autumn, winter, and their common sicknesses may be in the furthest corners of your mind. But before you know it, cold and flu season will be back in full force! In the meantime, you may be concerned about other illnesses, such as COVID-19. Here are some cold and flu seasons tips to help you protect your oral health if you come down with a bug. Your teeth and gums will thank you for your diligence.


How Your Dentist Is Helping to Protect the Community from COVID-19

May 4, 2020

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dental team member and patient wearing masks during check-inSeveral weeks ago, most dental offices temporarily suspended normal operations in order to cooperate with recommendations from the American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now, though, many practices are reopening — but they are being no less cautious when it comes to doing their part in fighting the spread of COVID-19. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the strict dental safety protocol in Marshall that your dentist is putting into action to help protect you, their team members, and the community at large.


How to Handle Dental Emergencies During COVID-19

April 19, 2020

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man with toothache, needs emergency dentistry during COVID-19Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many dental offices are temporarily closed. Others have modified their hours and have implemented strict safety protocols to make sure that both patients and staff members have a low risk of contracting the coronavirus. These changes in the dental industry have left many people wondering what they should do if they experience a sudden oral health problem. In this blog post, we provide practical guidance on how to handle dental emergencies during COVID-19. Your dentist is ready to help you!


Maintaining Your Dental Hygiene Through the Quarantine

March 23, 2020

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senior woman brushing teeth to protect oral health during quarantineThe COVID-19 crisis has changed the way most dentists are conducting business. Instead of providing all services, they may only be offering care for emergency and urgent cases. While that is certainly a wise measure as far as slowing the spread of the pandemic is concerned, it might leave you wondering what you should do if your previously scheduled dental treatment has been delayed. In this post, we provide some useful tips on keeping up with your dental hygiene through the quarantine to help you prevent current dental problems from rapidly worsening and stop new ones from occurring.


Partial Dentures or Full Dentures: Which Do You Need?

January 17, 2020

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Group of partials and full dentures in MarshallIt goes without saying that if you’ve lost multiple teeth, you’ll have a harder time chewing certain foods and talking so that other people understand you. You’ll need to find a replacement as soon as you can, and in many cases, that means getting dentures. But did you know that there are different kinds of dentures? Read on to learn more about the difference between partial dentures and full dentures in Marshall – and which kind you might need to fully restore your smile.


Same Day Crowns vs Traditional Crowns — Which Is Better?

December 5, 2019

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dentist talking to patientDental crowns are an essential part of modern dentistry. They can save damaged teeth from extraction, transform a smile’s appearance, and even help to replace missing teeth altogether. Traditionally, the process for placing a crown happens across multiple dental appointments, but modern technology has made it possible to shorten the process to a single appointment. Which type of crown is better? Let’s take a moment to compare same day crowns vs traditional crowns.


Partial Dentures vs Bridge — Which Is Best?

November 2, 2019

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working on dental prostheticIf you have missing teeth, it is important that you replace them. Filling in those gaps will increase your chewing power and help to prevent future dental problems. It may even give your confidence a boost! Once you decide to replace your teeth, though, you still have to decide how to replace them. Partial dentures and dental bridges are two popular options. In this post, we discuss both treatments and give you guidance on which one may be best for your circumstances.


What to Expect with Your Dental Implant Procedure

October 29, 2019

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You love the idea of getting dental implants, but maybe you’re nervous about the road ahead of you. That feeling is totally natural! The idea of having a small metal post inserted into your bone can be intimidating. But don’t worry. The process is easier than most people anticipate. Let’s take a moment to talk about what you can expect regarding the process and recovery time with the dental implant procedure.


New Smile? Learn Which Foods You Can Eat After Having Dental Implant Surgery

October 8, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — drparker @ 7:29 pm

an older woman smiling Dental implants look and feel like natural teeth, which is just one of the many reasons so many patients choose them to replace their missing teeth. Their stability, functionality, and longevity also make them an appealing solution, but do you know what to expect after having them placed? While you might believe you can jump right back into business as usual, there are some precautions you should take to ensure you are healing properly from your procedure. Before you rush to bite into that big, juicy hamburger, learn about which foods to avoid and which foods to eat after dental implant surgery.


Learn Why Implant-Retained Removable Dentures Are Great for Patients with Bone Loss

September 5, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — drparker @ 5:26 pm

an older man sitting on a couch smilingIf you’ve experienced serious jawbone loss, it’s likely you’ve been told that traditional dental implants are not possible. The reason is that strong bone is required in order for your implants to be surgically placed onto a solid foundation. When this area is weak or deteriorated, it can cause implant failure. Fortunately, there is another solution to restore hope and smiles in patients with significant bone loss – implant removable dentures in Marshall. Learn more about this unique treatment and how it can help you.


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