Did you know that people began using dentures for the first time around 700 BC? Granted, they were quite a bit different back then! In fact, they were made of either human or animal teeth that were held together with thin gold wire. Fortunately, dentures have come a long way since then. Today an estimated 32 million Americans have used dentures to restore their smile after tooth loss. But how can you tell if you would benefit from dentures in Klamath Falls? Keep reading for 5 common reasons!
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February 8, 2019
November 1, 2018
Tooth damage can occur in multiple ways and for multiple reasons. Whether you chip, crack, wear down your teeth from grinding, or various other reasons, your teeth need a restoration that can get your oral health back to tip-top shape, while looking good at the same time. Thankfully, modern dentistry provides beautiful dental crowns in Klamath Falls to repair and restore your teeth. Keep reading to learn the importance of restoring your damaged smile with dental crowns in Klamath Falls.
October 1, 2018
Halloween: your son or daughter’s favorite time of year. They get to dress up to be whoever or whatever they want, and they can eat all their favorite sweets. But, Halloween isn’t always just fun and games. Did you know 1 in 4 kids get hurt while trick-or-treating? Many times, this can result in a dental disaster. Read on to learn what you should do if your child hurts their teeth on Halloween. Plus, 4 fun and healthy tips on how to maintain good oral health during the holiday from an emergency dentist in Klamath Falls.
March 27, 2018
The health of your teeth and gums are vital to achieving a confident smile that lasts for a lifetime. To promote your dental health, you take the time to brush twice a day and floss every night. While your home oral hygiene habits are important, they are only half of the care you need. To maintain your dental health, you also need to see your dentist in Klamath Falls twice a year. Unfortunately, finding the perfect dentist to care for you over the years can be a challenge. You have unique needs, which constantly change. To make the right choice for your smile, there are several factors to consider when making your decision.