If you’ve lost teeth for any reason, you have options for replacing them. Dentures and bridges are common, but there are also dental implants. This permanent solution offers many benefits. At Grafton Dental Care, we offer implant dentistry from start-to-finish. What is the process for dental implants? The Dental Implant Process The first step is … Continued
Lets face it; no one enjoys a visit to the dentist. But following these simple tips can make you visits more pleasant and comfortable. 1.Know how long the appointment will take. Sometimes patients are not aware how long the dental appointment will take and do not plan their day around it. Some longer procedures like … Continued
Why are some people scared of the dentist? It is estimated that about 75% of Americans have some degree of dental anxiety. About 5-10% of people experience severe dental phobia and they avoid going to the dentist at any cost. Dental fear may arise from bad past experiences; hearing negative things from others about their … Continued
Root canals are perhaps the most feared dental treatments. Just like any other medical procedure, early prevention and intervention can save you from getting a root canal. In most cases, a root canal is needed when a cavity gets deep and close to the pulp (nerve) of the tooth. Why do you need root canal … Continued
Most people grind their teeth from time to time, like watching a nail biting football game or during heavy exercise etc. Occasional teeth grinding is not harmful, but when it become a chronic habit, it can wreck havoc on your teeth. Teeth grinding (Bruxism) can occur due to a variety of reasons. Some of them … Continued
When it comes to dental procedures, root canals have a bad reputation. Many people put them off because of fear. The truth is that root canals today are essentially painless. Most importantly, they relieve tooth pain and save your natural tooth. Read our blog post to determine when this procedure is necessary.
Invisalign can help correct spacing issues with your teeth without the embarrassment of metal braces. However, you may question how they work since they don’t consist of traditional brackets and wires. Check out our blog post where we hope to enlighten you about how Invisalign works when compared to standard braces.
When it comes to addressing things like trauma and decay, most dentists will agree: it’s almost always best to save the natural tooth. However, there are plenty of situations where that’s just not possible. Read our blog post to learn when tooth extraction may be needed.
Flexible Financing. We take CareCreditSM patient financing & offer our own in-office payment plans.