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Missing Teeth? Make a Dental Appointment Today | West Palm Beach Dentist

Posted on: August 31st, 2017 by CSHYUBNNAI No Comments

There are many adults that have had a couple of decayed or missing teeth replaced. While replacing your missing teeth for aesthetic reasons is understandable, it’s important to have any missing teeth replaced for your oral health. Your teeth are meant to work together to help you chew, smile and speak. When you have missing teeth, these can be difficult to do. The loss of your back teeth may cause your mouth to shift and your face to appear older or sunken in. Fortunately, with the help of modern dentistry, missing teeth can be replaced. The following are some of the tooth replacement options that should be available to you by your dental care professional:

Dental implants. Many people opt for dental implants to replace a single tooth, several teeth, or to support a full set of dentures. The process of getting dental implants placed typically involves three phases that take place over several weeks, which is the main disadvantage.

Bridges. If your teeth can be fixed with a dental bridge, which is basically a dental appliance that is used to fill in the missing space. Unlike dental implants that are surgically placed and securely integrated into your jawbone, bridges rely on the neighboring teeth for support.

Dentures. Dentures are removable dental appliances that can replace a single tooth or a full set. Dentures usually have replacement teeth attached to a plastic base that matches the color of your gums and, depending on your case, are either partial dentures or full dentures.

To find out more about dental implants, contact Advanced Dental Group in West Palm Beach, FL at 561-869-0872 to schedule a consultation today! Or visit our website at for information.

Advanced Dental Group proudly accepts patients from West Palm Beach, Loxahatchee, North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, Singer Island and all surrounding areas.

OraVerse to improve your sedation experience | West Palm Beach, FL

Posted on: August 1st, 2013 by No Comments

Sedation is a great way to help increase your comfort during dental work. However, it can take a while for the anesthesia to wear off therefore leaving you with some unwanted side effects. Advanced Dental Group will use OraVerse to help neutralize the negatives associated with sedation.

Normally, it can take between three and five hours for anesthesia to wear off. During this time, you might find it difficult to talk, eat, or smile, and you might even find yourself drooling. This is where OraVerse comes in. It helps to reverse the numbness and restore your body back to normal faster.

Advanced Dental Group will inject you with OraVerse immediately following treatment. Since you’re already sedated you won’t experience additional discomfort. OraVerse will immediately begin to reverse the effects of the sedation in the affected area. This will allow you to feel like normal and go on with your day after your dental visit.

If you’re worried about recovering from sedation, Advanced Dental Group can help. OraVerse is a great tool to help you feel normal faster than ever before following your dental work. We are committed to doing whatever we can to help improve your dental experience.

If you would like more information on sedation dentistry or OraVerse, please contact Advanced Dental Group at (561) 689-0872 or visit our website.

Advanced Dental Group also proudly serves Loxahatchee, North Palm Beach,Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, Singer Island, and surrounding areas.

Dental Crowns and Bridges for Fractured or Decayed Tooth

Posted on: September 13th, 2011 by No Comments

crowns-west-palm-beach-flCrowns and Bridges – West Palm Beach Florida

A crown saves the tooth and feels comfortable and natural in your mouth. When a tooth is injured by decay, fracture, or has had too many fillings, your dentist may recommend supporting the entire tooth with a crown. Attention to detail is considered whether the crown is all porcelain or an underlying metal substructure is required for strength and stability.

A bridge replaces the space where one or more teeth have been lost. The bridge is cemented to the natural teeth and feels natural and comfortable in your mouth. Your dentist will decide if the bridge is metal free with all porcelain or if a metal substructure is needed for strength.