Dealing with tooth loss or severe decay can not only affect your quality of life, but it can also cause additional problems with your oral and overall health. We recommend that patients experiencing these issues speak to us as soon as possible to learn more about the tooth replacement options we offer to restore their oral health. Even if you are not dealing with tooth loss or severe decay at this time, the state of your oral health can change quickly, making it important to be knowledgeable of the treatments we offer. One treatment in particular is beneficial for restoring multiple teeth at one time. Read on to learn more about a dental bridge and why we may recommend this treatment.
At Ackley Dental Group, we want to give you a reason to smile. We are proud to treat patients of all ages and welcome everyone to join our dental practice. We strive to treat all of our patients like family, so their opinions are important to us. We recently had the opportunity to sit down with some of our patients to hear their thoughts and receive feedback about the practice. Click the link to view the video and hear what they have to say.
If you have ever experienced dental issues or discomfort due to dental problems, you know that it can really put a damper on your mood. Dental problems and concerns — such as dental decay, gum disease, and worn or cracked teeth — can cause not only discomfort, but also eating problems, speech impairment, and even self-esteem issues. Thankfully, we offer a number of restorative treatments that can improve any dental issue you may face, whether you currently have a need or may in the future. Read on to learn more about the importance of restoring your oral health.
There are a number of reasons why a patient may need to have a tooth extracted. At Ackley Dental Group, we aim to restore the function of the mouth as soon as possible to avoid further complications with your oral and overall health. One tooth replacement option we may recommend to patients is implant retained dentures. As the name implies, implant retained dentures are a combination of dental implants and dentures that can be used to replace multiple teeth and even a full row of teeth. This treatment method consists of a removable denture that is anchored in place by a small number of dental implants.
Have you learned that you need to have a tooth replaced? There are a number of reasons that we may recommend a full tooth replacement, such as after an extraction due to decay, a trauma to the mouth, or from a side-effect caused by illness or medication. No matter the reason for needing a tooth replacement, we encourage our patients to make their choice and schedule treatment as soon as possible. The longer a treatment is delayed, the greater chance you have to experience complications that can lead to additional problems. We know that it can be difficult to make a choice that is most beneficial to your lifestyle and budget. We work with our patients to answer any questions and make a recommendation that will best fit their needs. We may suggest a treatment such as:
Are you frustrated with dealing with repeated dental issues and wish you could make a permanent change to your smile? Whether you experience persistent dental decay or often have issues with dental hardware, such as dentures, we know that it can be difficult to deal with frequent dental appointments, repairs, and needed treatments. Now is the perfect time to inquire about making a permanent change to your smile. Continue reading to learn more about a popular tooth replacement treatment option and how it can bring big changes to your smile and your life.
Have you recently made the decision to get dentures to replace some or all of your missing teeth? You are not alone in your choice as millions of Americans wear dentures, making this treatment one of the most popular tooth replacement options. Dentures have come a long way over the years and are now lightweight and closely mimic the look and feel of natural teeth. The first step in your denture journey is to meet with our staff to determine which dentures are best for your personal needs. You may need partial dentures, metal-free partials, full dentures, or implant retained dentures.
Are you missing a tooth or teeth and are trying to decide on the perfect tooth replacement option? At Ackley Dental Group, we know it can be very upsetting when one of our patients is missing a tooth. No matter if the reason is due to decay or an accident, missing teeth can affect multiple aspects of life, from appearance to speech and the ability to enjoy favorite foods. We want our patients to know there is a tooth replacement option that can not only improve oral health but also overall quality of life. Dental implants are the popular choice among many of our patients and offer numerous benefits.
Are you missing a tooth or teeth and are deciding if it is worthwhile to replace them or just leave them as is? We know that there are many reasons patients are missing teeth, whether it be from an accident, dental decay, gum disease, or injury to the mouth. We also know that it can be very difficult to decide which tooth replacement method is right for your lifestyle and budget. We would hate to see any of our patients delay choosing a tooth replacement method as it can cause permanent damage to the mouth. Continue reading to learn more about why it is important to replace missing teeth and why it can be so damaging if you don’t.
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!