• Info From Your Gilbert Dentist:  Avoiding a Mouth Infection or An Abscess Tooth

    One of the more serious conditions a dentist in Gilbert can help you with is an abscess tooth. Call Your Gilbert Dentist to Schedule a Dental Exam | (480) 503-5467 How Bad Is An Abscess Tooth? An abscess tooth, if untreated can be potentially life-threatening.  According to the site Dentaly.org: "An abscess is a pocket of pus that accumulates when a bacterial infection breaks down tissue.[...]

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    Why It's Important To Go To Your Gilbert Dentist On A Regular Basis (Contd.)

    A dentist in Gilbert also helps with emergency dental procedures and restorative dentistry. Call a Dentist in Gilbert | (480) 503-5467 What Happens If You Have a Tooth Go Bad? As we covered previously, even if you are fortunate enough to avoid dealing with a dangerous infection, ignoring dental problems will lead to tooth decay. This will cause cavities, that untreated will eventually result[...]

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    Oral Hygiene

    23 Sep 2017 | Services
    Oral Hygiene

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    Orthodontics

    23 Sep 2017 | Services
    Orthodontics

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    Dental Savings Plan

    Now That's Something To Smile About Dental insurance can be expensive and confusing. So we've made your dental care affordable and simple. Join our dental savings plan and saves you money on the dental care and services you need to keep your teeth and gums happy and healthly.2 Cleanings/Prophies 1 Comprehensive Exam 1 Periodic Exam 1 Full-Mouth or Bitewing X-rays 2 Oral Cancer Exams 2 Flouride [...]

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    Implant supported dentures have many advantages.  They provide retention and stability to otherwise ill fitting, loose dentures.  Immediately upon placement patients report improved chewing function and satisfaction.  Implants are placed using local anesthetic, and the dentures are fitted to the implants at the same visit.  the patient will never be without their dentures.

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    Dental implants are a permanent and appealing solution to replace missing or extracted teeth. They are better than other alternatives like bridges because no additional teeth need to be altered to place the new tooth. The entire implant process is performed over the course of a few months. The first part of the process is to install the implant itself, where a titanium post is placed into the [...]

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    The doctor will check your neck and oral tissues for any lumps, recurring sore areas, or patches of whiteness or redness. If it is detected in its early stages, cancer of the oral tissues can be more successfully treated. The primary risk factors for oral cancer are smoking and heavy alcohol consumption. 75 percent of oral cancers diagnosed in the US are due to these risk factors. You may also[...]

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    Dental Sealants

    21 Jul 2011 | Services

    A dental sealant is a plastic material applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. This plastic resin bonds into the depressions and grooves of the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. The sealant acts as a barrier, protecting enamel from plaque and acids.  Cleaning teeth by thoroughly brushing and flossing help remove food particles and plaque from smooth surfaces of teeth.  But [...]

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    Crowns

    21 Jul 2011 | Services

    Our teeth begin to change as we age, and are prone to decay. Many factors cause these changes. Bruxism (teeth grinding), general decay, cracked fillings, root canals, and many others reasons are behind tooth changes. A full crown is often the best viable option if your tooth is beyond repair with a filling material. The advantages of a full crown on a badly damaged tooth are aesthetics, [...]

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