November 17th, 2017
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Fall is here and the holidays are around the corner, with Thanksgiving just a week away. This time of year is a wonderful opportunity to spend time with family members and eat a lot of delicious food. As you get ready for Thanksgiving, you probably start decorating arranging travel plans, or if you are hosting family, you are frantically cleaning up. There are a lot of things on your Thanksgiving checklist.
September 5th, 2017
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Your body systems interrelate with one another. Therefore, certain symptoms that develop in one area might point to an issue somewhere else. One place to pay attention to is your mouth and teeth. Your oral health reveals some important insights into your general health. That is why the dentists at Water Oak Dental Group educates patients on important signs to watch out for.
July 5th, 2017
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Oral cancer includes cancers of the tongue, lips, sinuses, cheeks, throat, and soft and hard palates, and it is a serious condition that needs to be diagnosed and treated before it becomes life threatening. Knowing what the symptoms are, and getting regular screenings, are important steps in preventing it.
June 13th, 2017
0 comments on “Dental Implants Versus Dentures: Which Is the Better Treatment Choice for You?”
When it comes to tooth replacement, you have several good treatment options available to you. While dentures and bridges are commonly used to replace entire arches or single missing teeth, respectively, dental implants are quickly becoming the overwhelmingly popular tooth replacement choice. Implant dentistry is currently one of the fastest-growing segments of dentistry, and many people are choosing dental implants, over traditional dentures or bridges. Here are a few of the procedural advancements dental implants have experienced in recent years that make them a highly attractive tooth replacement choice.
April 22nd, 2017
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Getting a dental crown is never easy, even when patients have been through the process before. That is because crowns are necessary after serious procedures like a root canal or repairs to a cracked tooth meaning the patient has already been through a great deal of treatment. To add to that complication, most crown construction processes and procedures involve a fairly lengthy manufacturing period before the temporary crown can be upgraded, and that means patients often have to be available for multiple visits. The results are great, but the timing is never as convenient as it can be for other, simpler procedures.