Dentures are a tried-and-true solution for the replacement of several missing teeth. However, traditional dentures that rest on top of your gum tissue alone may slip or slide around at the least convenient times — like when you are in the middle of telling a joke or eating your favorite meal. Fortunately, dental implants can retain a partial or complete denture to make it actually permanent. Keep reading to learn more about the implant-retained denture in New Orleans, including how it works, who it’s good for, and more.
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October 31, 2018
September 30, 2018
When you go to the dentist’s office, you are not only there to see the dentist. During a six month checkup and cleaning, you will also visit with your dental hygienist — and this part of the appointment is a great time to ask a few questions in particular to do the most for your lasting smile. Below, we have listed the 5 things you should be asking your dental hygienist in New Orleans!
August 28, 2018
Sometimes, minor dental imperfections can take away from your smile in a big way. A chip here, a gap there… and before you know it, you’re just not smiling with full confidence anymore. Cosmetic bonding is a noninvasive procedure that can provide a big help for imperfect smiles. How long does it last, though? Your dentist in New Orleans provides the answer (and more on cosmetic bonding) below.
July 21, 2018
After you finish the Invisalign treatment, you will be ready to say goodbye to those aligners and let your new smile run free. Not so fast — there is still one more step. Make sure your beautiful results are permanent by listening to your dentist and wearing a retainer after you complete Invisalign in New Orleans! This is the key to enjoying straight teeth for life.
June 18, 2018
If you’re evaluating your options in tooth replacement, give dental implants a second glance. These tiny titanium posts can be inserted into the empty space where a tooth’s root structure once was, with unmatched stability for a prosthetic tooth. Dental implants in New Orleans have a success rate of over 95% — and advanced technology is one reason for their impressive success. Keep reading to find out why picking a dentist who uses the latest tools really, really matters when it comes to implant dentistry.
May 18, 2018
Preventing tooth decay is a big focus of every oral health treatment plan. Children are especially vulnerable to cavities, or small holes in the tooth enamel caused by tooth decay, but patients of all ages can experience this issue. Your dentist in New Orleans explains the progression of tooth decay below, as well as tips on how to prevent it. Stick around for the 411 on cavities — for the sake of your healthy, long-lasting smile.
April 20, 2018
Is your skin acting its age? Or is it acting a little… older? For eliminating fine lines and wrinkles, there’s Botox — a treatment most people have at least heard of by now. But despite the increasing popularity of Botox, we find questions often still remain about how it really works. As a dentist offering this cosmetic treatment, Dr. Rachel Neumeyer is an expert in the science behind Botox. Keep reading to find out more about exactly how it works — right in time for summer!
March 8, 2018
If you are missing teeth, you are probably already aware that dental implants are the best method of replacement. It can help to talk to people who have undergone the dental implant procedure to learn what to expect, but even knowing several people who have had dental implants placed in the past doesn’t necessarily mean your experience will be the same. There are several factors that can make one dental implant case more complex than the next, including health of the bone, location of the missing teeth, and others. Keep reading to learn just what your treatment might entail.
February 9, 2018
You know February as the month of Valentine’s Day and red hearts, but did you know it’s also a moment to celebrate your favorite little smile? That’s right — February is the time of year that your dentist in New Orleans celebrates Children’s Dental Health Month! This is when we like to shine the spotlight on children’s oral health, including the importance of at-home care, routine dental visits, and how this all adds up to a healthy smile and solid overall health for your child.
January 28, 2018
Winter is the most common time for sickness for people of all ages. From this season’s particularly bad flu virus to the garden variety cold, the chances that you will get sick at least once are higher than ever this time of year. After you get well, it is important that you take some steps to prevent falling ill yet again. That includes sanitizing the house — and your dentist in New Orleans wants to remind you that means your toothbrush, too! Even if you just had a minor cold, getting a new toothbrush will prevent you from redistributing bacteria and getting sick once again.