Like all dental work, “caps” can’t always last forever. Problems can occur with either the crown itself or with the underlying tooth.
Your dental care is our #1 priority. We base our treatment recommendations on that of the American Dental Association and the Academy of General Dentists. When we visually examine your mouth, we can only see half of the picture. We cannot see what lies beneath the gums.
We realize times can be relatively tough. We realize it is getting more and more difficult to spread your earnings among all your expenses. Times have changed, medical expenses are rising, and dental insurance plans offer higher premiums with lesser benefits.
Patients often ask if their tooth doesn’t hurt how it can have a cavity. Maintaining teeth is similar to maintaining a car engine.
We’ve all heard that a can of coca-cola could strip the rust off of a nail or clean the tarnish of an old penny. This might be an experiment for a Mythbusters segment.
We all do it every day. We brush our teeth at least once a day. But, are we putting our teeth in danger from this simple necessary activity?
Since our society has become accustomed to being “insured”, when an employer suddenly drops a patient’s dental benefit, I am often asked,”What is the best dental insurance plan I can buy?