Our Dental Blog - Randall Voigt, DDS
We're excited to announce the official launch of the Voigt Family Dentistry blog.
We'll be posting helpful dental tips, news from the dental industry, news from our practice, and more about the latest in dentistry.
We built our practice on the notion that we're there for our patients when they need us and we want our online presence to be a reflection of that principle. We hope this blog provides an extra level of service to our current and future patients
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Here's to your best oral health ever!
Some dental emergencies are obvious; major injuries, knocked-out teeth, loose permanent teeth all require immediate care. However, there are some issues that patients put-off and try to forget about, hoping the problem isn’t a significant setback or that the issue will right itself. These dental problems require immediate care too and can include:
There are many considerations to take into account when designing a more beautiful smile: what do you want your final treatment to look like? What cost investment are you most comfortable with? Do you want comprehensive treatment or more conservative care?
Even with the best plans to care for teeth over a lifetime, people may lose a tooth due to facial trauma, gum disease, decay, or fracture. According to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, around 70% of adults from ages 35 to 44 have at least one tooth missing. Missing teeth, if left untreated, can have a lasting impact on your smile’s appearance and health.
If you find yourself in the following situations due to tooth loss, it may be time to consider dental implants:
Sedation dentistry, available in many forms, also has many applications. As Dr. Voigt provides all methods of dental sedation (nitrous, oral conscious, and IV), he can hep patients who are seeking sedative medication for their dental appoint, for any of the most common reasons below:
Dealing with a broken or decayed tooth can be frustrating and painful. Not only can damaged teeth affect your appearance, they can make it difficult to eat or even speak. With modern dentistry and choices in materials, treating broken and decayed teeth is simpler and more reliable. With e.max® crowns and CEREC technology, you can enjoy a beautiful smile and strong teeth with limited time investment. Dr. Voigt offers e.max® crowns for aesthetic and functional benefits and can also fabricate them at chair-side.
With years of experience in offering clear braces to patients looking for more aesthetically pleasing and healthy smiles, Dr. Voigt can help patients determine if this procedure will provide what you’re looking for.