Denver Dentistry Blog

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Tips for Handling a Dental Emergency

Many families have a plan in place for handling a medical emergency, but few have the foresight to prepare for a dental emergency. Following these tips can help prevent people from being blindsided by painful or potentially dangerous dental problems. Knocking Out an Adult Tooth Some adults, especially those who participate in contact sports, can…Read More

Read More November 16th, 2018
An old first aid case

Should I Get Crowns or Veneers?

Before any surgery, whether it’s elective or mandatory for your health, it’s important to thoroughly research the benefits, recovery, and process of the procedure. When it comes to crowns and veneers, there is a great deal of overlap. So how should you decide whether crowns or veneers are the right choice? What Are Crowns? Dental…Read More

Read More October 16th, 2018

Botox Treatment for Teeth Grinding

Most people probably aren’t familiar with the term ‘bruxism,’ even though it affects 1 in 10 adults in the United States, according to the American Sleep Association. Bruxism is better known by the common term ‘teeth grinding.’ Millions of Americans grind their teeth at night, often without even realizing that they do it. An innovative…Read More

Read More September 15th, 2018
Male with a Toothache

When to Get Inlays or Onlays Instead of Dental Crowns

Cavities are a nuisance every patient wants to avoid. Luckily, in the event of one or more cavities, there are a number of restoration options available, from inlays and onlays to fillings and crowns. But what’s the difference, and when does one make more sense than another? Here’s your guide to inlays, onlays, and dental…Read More

Read More August 15th, 2018

Holistic Dentistry: Why Oral Health Means Whole Body Health

It’s no secret that attentive dental care is vital to living a healthy life, but there’s more to dental health than meets the eye. As the practice becomes more holistic, dentistry’s importance cannot be underestimated. What Is Holistic Dentistry? A dedicated practitioner of holistic dentistry understands that dental health has effects outside of the mouth…Read More

Read More August 06th, 2018

How to Overcome Your Dental Fears in Denver

Denver residents have access to a wealth of dentistry services. But many don’t leverage this advantage for their oral health. Why? Many adults have fear of the dentist. Some have dental fears stemming from childhood experiences in cold, sterile, unfriendly, and often scary environments. Today, many dental practices are sensitive to that and not only…Read More

Read More December 30th, 2010

Denver Holistic Dentist

You may have heard how some doctors take a holistic approach to diagnosing a health problem, looking at your whole body before making suggestions rather than dealing singly with the issue at hand which may not solve the long-term situation. Dentists are also able to make this distinction. Often a problem that begins in the…Read More

Read More December 25th, 2010

Gummy Smiles Options are Available

Do you have a gummy smile? No, we’re not talking about a new kind of candy; a gummy smile is something many people are afflicted with due to an excess of gums showing when they open their mouths. There are several different causes and treatments for this condition which we will discuss here. What Causes…Read More

Read More December 20th, 2010

Overcome Dental Fears with Sedation Dentistry in Denver

If you’re really honest with yourself, you’ll probably confess to flashbacks to the dentist scene in Little Shop of Horrors—no matter how outrageous the characterization happens to be. You’re not alone, though. In fact, there are people who would rather endure an IRS audit than a trip to the dentist. At least, that is how…Read More

Read More December 15th, 2010

Women’s Hormonal Change Linked to Gum Disease in Denver

A recent review of women’s health studies has shown a link between women’s health issues and gum disease. Hormonal changes that women naturally go through such as puberty, menstruation, pregnancy and menopause have been shown to fluctuate women’s hormones so much so that they can change conditions in the mouth and allow bacteria to grow,…Read More

Read More December 15th, 2010

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