The Benefits Of Choosing An Out-Of-Network Dentist

Has our practice been recommended to you, but you are hesitant to make an appointment because we are considered out-of-network with your dental insurance? Or do you not have insurance and are fearful of having needed dental work completed due to the overall cost? Insurance is a great option for many of our patients, but lack of insurance or our practice being out-of-network does not mean that we cannot provide the services you need. In fact, many times our patients with dental insurance are actually limited to accepting the care the insurance provider will pay for instead of the treatments they truly need.

Is This Silent Disease Affecting You?

While red is a popular color during the month of February, with the celebration of Valentine’s Day, if you start noticing that your gums are the color of the decorations, you might be suffering from a silent disease. This disease not only affects your oral health, but can impact your overall health as well. Gum disease can be harmful to your teeth and gums, also increasing the risks of some serious health problems. Continue reading to learn more about gum disease and how to prevent it.

6 Warning Signs Of Oral Cancer

Since a young age, you have been taught the importance of visiting the dentist for teeth cleanings and other treatments. But did you know that your dentist can also diagnose forms of cancer? It’s true! Dentists are the leaders in diagnosing mouth cancer. While you need a dentist to give you a diagnosis, there are warning signs that may indicate a problem is brewing. Continue reading to learn about the symptoms you should look out for.

Needles Are A Thing Of The Past!

If you are like most of our patients, then you probably don’t like anesthetic shots. The process can be very intimidating and very uncomfortable, usually requiring multiple shots to numb the tooth or teeth involved. If you have had to experience this, then you know that many times the anesthetic shots can be more uncomfortable than the procedure itself. At our office, you don’t need to have that concern. Continue reading to see how we are using a more comfortable anesthesia process.

How To Prevent Gum Disease

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly half of American adults aged 30 and older have some form of gum disease, also known as periodontal disease. This oral health condition is an infection of the soft tissues that support the teeth and is caused by plaque. Plaque is the sticky film of bacteria that forms on teeth, and when it is left there for too long, it hardens and turns into tartar. It’s tartar that irritates the gums and causes inflammation. If you notice that you have red or swollen gums, bleeding gums after brushing, or sensitive teeth, you might be in the beginning stages of gum disease.

You Won’t Believe What This New Equipment Does

Can you imagine how excited a cook might get over a high-tech kitchen appliance or how a carpenter would grin from ear to ear while using a new wood saw? Well, dentists like us are just as thrilled when we add a new piece of technology to our practice! Not only does the latest cutting-edge dental tool make our work more efficient, it delivers an exceptional experience for patients like you. In fact, we just added a new tool to our practice that will do just that. Read more to find out what this latest piece of technology provides patients.

The Best Tooth Replacement Option

Tooth loss can occur at any age for a number of reasons such as injury, decay or illness. We don’t want you to feel like you have to cover your mouth when you smile or struggle to eat or speak due to missing teeth. While there are several options to restore a missing tooth or teeth, there is one dental treatment that provides exceptional long-lasting results. Would you like to know more about this popular procedure?

Under One Roof

Are you tired of going from dentist to dentist depending on what services you need? At Ackley Dental, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional dental care to patients in Spring Hill, FL and the surrounding area through a variety of services in one convenient location. It’s common for dental patients to have to travel to different offices for certain procedures. For example, you may have to visit one practice for routine care, another for implant surgery and yet another for aesthetic treatments. It’s our goal to make dental visits a comfortable and positive experience for every patient. That’s why we ensure access to a complete suite of dental services under one roof. You’ve found your forever dental practice with us!