When you need help with your teeth, there are many different options to discuss with a prosthodontist. Your prosthodontist’s recommended treatment can first involve a long process with a series of evaluation steps. At Dakota Prosthetics and Implant Center, your treatment is as unique as you are. Dr. Lassle and his Dakota Prosthodontics and Implant… Continue reading 5 Ways Your Prosthodontist Will Determine the Best Treatment for You
Everyone wants a bright, white smile. For some, brushing is not enough. Accidents, dental diseases, or even congenital disabilities may leave you with teeth you would rather hide. The good news is, there are alternatives, and you don’t have to hide your smile anymore. Dakota Prosthetics and Implant Center provides options to replace or create… Continue reading Veneers, Crowns, or Bridges: What is Right for You?
Before you decide to update your smile, it is important to know what to ask your prosthodontist. Check out these 5 questions you should ask to be fully informed. 1. Can you really change my smile? An important conversation you should have with your prosthodontist is what he or she can do to change your… Continue reading 5 Questions You Should be Asking Your Prosthodontist
Finding the right prosthodontist can be the difference between a bright, white smile and a pain in the…jaw. But there are ways to find a board-certified prosthodontist right in your own backyard. What is a prosthodontist? A prosthodontist is a dentist that specializes in replacing lost teeth. They specialize in restoring your mouth to health… Continue reading How to Find a Prosthodontist in North Dakota
What is the difference between a prosthodontist and an orthodontist? Why would I choose one over the other? Why can’t my dentist handle all my dental issues? These are just some of the questions people have when their family dentists suggest they need to see a dental specialist. General dentists, orthodontists, and prosthodontists all share… Continue reading Prosthodontist Vs. Orthodontist: Who Should You Be Seeing?
Prosthodontists are dentists who specialize in more complex dental and oral health concerns. They often restore or replace natural teeth, particularly if they’re severely damaged. Your dentist may refer you to a prosthodontist, or you may find one yourself. These specialists are trained to perform certain services, including dental implants, crowns, dentures, and bridges. You… Continue reading An Overview of Prosthodontics
What is a dental bridge? A dental bridge is a dental appliance that fills the gap of one or more missing teeth. A dental bridge provides support to nearby teeth while replacing the missing teeth with false teeth made from a variety of materials, including porcelain fused to metal. Why you might need a… Continue reading What You Should Know About Dental Bridges
When patients are considering dentures, they often express concern about how the appliances will affect their ability to eat their favorite foods. While conventional dentures may fall short when it comes to chewing certain foods, All-on-4 dental implants preserve much of the biological smile’s functionality. As such, patients who want to avoid dietary restrictions should… Continue reading Will I still be able to eat my favorite foods with All-on-4?
A sensation of ringing, clicking, whistling or buzzing sounds in the ears is known as tinnitus, and this condition may have some relationship with jaw problems that fall under the general classification of TMJ disorder, although TMJ problems are rarely the cause of tinnitus in comparison to other issues. A TMJ disorder occurs when one… Continue reading What is Tinnitus and How Does It Relate to TMJ?
Sleep apnea is a condition in which you stop breathing for several seconds at a time, multiple times a night. These interruptions in your sleep pattern can result in a number of side effects, some of which can be serious. If you suspect you have sleep apnea, even if it is mild, you should consult… Continue reading I have mild sleep apnea, should I still seek treatment?