Toothaches, or any kind of ache really, are never fun to experience. We thought we’d take a look at some common dental emergencies and the importance of seeing your dentist if you may be experiencing any toothaches, oral pain or are suffering from a painful dental emergency. Remember, if you’re overdue for a dental appointment, … Continue reading Painful Dental Emergency: We Can Get You OUT OF PAIN!
Preventative Dentistry can Save Your Life Your dental exam can expose and help diagnose Oral Cancer and Gum Disease early … You know that your dental team keeps your mouth healthy and clean when you schedule your dental exam and cleaning every six months, but did you know that getting regular dental checkups is the … Continue reading Oral Cancer and Gum Disease: Early Detection Can Save Your Life
Sleep Apnea impacts your health in more ways that just snoring! According to estimates, 50 million to 70 million people in the U.S. have ongoing sleep disorders and sleep apnea is extremely common with over 18 million adults experiencing a form of sleep apnea every night according to the National Sleep Foundation. Sleep apnea can be … Continue reading Sleep Apnea Impacts Your Health in More Ways than Snoring!
How Porcelain Crowns Can Restore Your Dental Issues Porcelain crowns can restore and strengthen your tooth and are long-term, durable options for a wide range of dental problems, usually lasting between 5-15 years and can improve the appearance of teeth. Teeth that contain cracks, have a broken-down root, or have had a root canal performed … Continue reading Dental Crowns Restore and Strengthen Your Tooth
Cosmetic Dentistry Options can help you achieve your smile goals! Our team loves to see you smile with confidence when you leave our office! Looking your best and feeling confident is something that everyone can dream about. However, with advancements in cosmetic dentistry, you can achieve your smile goals turning them from a dream to … Continue reading Achieve Your Smile Goals with Cosmetic Dentistry Options
February Focus: Prevention! Let’s talk about preventative dentistry for kids. We want to spread the word about how poor oral health and cavities impact our kids’ health and quality of life. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), dental caries/cavities are four times more common than childhood asthma and three times more likely … Continue reading Preventative Dentistry for Kids: Dental Health for Healthy Smiles
A smile is a wonderful first impression. With so many improvements in orthopedic technology, it’s now possible to get a straight smile with invisible braces – that’s why we offer SureSmile Clear Aligners! How Do SureSmile Clear Aligners Work? With convenience, comfort, and invisibility, it can be hard to believe that SureSmile clear aligners are … Continue reading SureSmile Clear Aligners Offer Convenience, Comfort, & Invisibility
Dental Veneers are an option to create a natural-looking smile … not a big, un-natural, toothy grin! Placing porcelain dental veneers take practiced, technical skill and major attention to detail. At the office of GPS Dental, Dr. Skrobanek and his team are experts at dental veneers – creating beautiful, lasting smiles that look natural. If … Continue reading Cosmetic Dentistry: Dental Veneers Create Natural Smiles
Do You have a Missing Tooth? We can Restore Your Smile! If you’ve been struggling to smile with confidence, this is your opportunity to renew your smile with dental implant tooth replacement for the new year! While revitalizing your smile can often make you think about teeth whitening, dental implants are increasing in popularity for … Continue reading SMILE: Dental Implant Tooth Replacement Can Restore Your Missing Tooth
Dental crowns can greatly extend the life of a tooth. They’re common, often painless, and help restore a smile. According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, 99.7% of surveyed adults said that a healthy smile is socially important to them. You may need a dental crown to restore a tooth, but how do you … Continue reading Restore Your Smile: Do you need a Dental Crown?