Month: February 2021

Safeguard Your Smile With Better Hygiene Habits

You should definitely see us every six months for a checkup and cleaning, which helps protect your smile from issues like cavities and gum disease. However, in between these visits you can protect your smile with better brushing and flossing habits too! In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist is talking about better oral… Read more »

IV Sedation For Patients Who Need Oral Surgery

Our team offers IV sedation for our patients undergoing oral surgery. In fact, we’re one of the only general dental practices in our community that have this option available for people! In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist will discuss how we use IV sedation to help those with oral surgery enjoy a calm… Read more »

Can Dental Implants Really Be Placed Same-Day?

When you think about dental implants, you likely picture a lengthy process, especially between the insertion of the titanium post and the attachment of the prosthetics. But what if your Kansas City, MO, dentist could complete the process in only one visit, helping you leave in a single sitting with a full smile once again?

We Offer Comfortable Care Using IV Sedation

Did you know that our office is one of the only general dental offices in the Kansas City, MO, community that provides IV sedation? With this advanced calming option, we help people with dental anxiety or those undergoing oral surgical procedures remain calm and comfortable, enjoying their time in the office. In today’s blog, we’re… Read more »

Implants Offer Dentures That Never Slip

Removable dentures help address tooth loss and offers a full smile, but they also require replacement every five years on average, and could slip occasionally. For a more secure and longer-lasting alternative, your Kansas City, MO, dentist could use dental implants to secure a set that never slips, and could last for decades to come.

Could A Bridge Last Decades?

Traditional dental bridges are often used to address minor cases of tooth loss, but on average they need to be replaced every ten years. But what if you could receive a bridge that lasts for decades to come, possibly even a lifetime? In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist explains how this could be… Read more »