Get A New Smile For The New Year

We hope that you had a wonderful holiday season with your friends and family and are enjoying the start of the new year. A new year is typically a time when many people feel obligated to choose a resolution that usually gets forgotten shortly after. We believe this is the perfect time to evaluate your oral health and make the changes needed to benefit and improve your life. If you have recently experienced tooth loss or know you need a tooth replaced, there is no better time to start your journey. We offer a number of tooth replacement options that may fit your needs. Read on to learn more.

Are You A Candidate For Dental Implants?

Are you self-conscious because you are missing teeth? Do you currently wear dentures and are looking to make a permanent change to your smile? At Sehnert Precision Dentistry, we want to give our patients the opportunity to love their smile again. We never want a patient to feel like they have to avoid smiling, talking closely with others, or covering their mouth because they are self-conscious. We also want our patients to find a treatment that is the perfect solution to their problem. Therefore, if a treatment isn’t working for you any longer, we can help.

Do I Need to Replace My Missing Tooth?

Have you recently had a tooth extracted or have the procedure scheduled for the near future? If so, you might be thinking about which tooth replacement method you will choose, or maybe you are trying to decide if you even need to replace the tooth. We know that it can be tempting to leave a space where your tooth once was, especially if it is a back molar. There are many circumstances that can lead to your hesitation such as cost, procedure time, and length of recovery. We want to share the importance of putting your doubts aside, speaking with our staff, and making an informed decision about which replacement method is most beneficial to your budget and lifestyle. Replacing a tooth after extraction is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it is also beneficial to your overall oral and physical health.