If you are about to go in for dental implant surgery, check out our blog post to find out what you should avoid after the procedure. Contact us to learn more about dental implants.
There’s a common assumption that if you missed the adolescent window to correct teeth alignment that you’re too late. Check out our blog post for a look at our popular adult orthodontic treatment options.
In the long run, straightening your smile with braces can help out your oral health by making your teeth easier to clean once your treatment is complete. While you’re wearing your braces, however, it can be a bit tricky making sure your teeth stay squeaky clean and healthy. Read our blog post for tips on caring for your oral health if you wear braces.
If you are experiencing pain when you eat or drink hot or cold foods, you may be suffering from tooth sensitivity. But what causes this? Check out our blog post where we explain the common reasons for tooth sensitivity.
After you’ve had dental implant surgery, your mouth and teeth will be sore and you won’t be able to eat solid foods. Check out our blog post for the best foods to eat after dental implant surgery.
Are you looking for a new dentist but can’t decide between a corporate or family-owned dental office? Read our blog post where we help you determine which is better for you by discussing the pros and cons of a family-owned dental office and a corporate dental office.
If you’re thinking about skipping your next trip to the dentist, think again! Read our blog post where we explain how often you should get a dental deep cleaning.
If you are looking to straighten your teeth, you may be asking yourself: do I need an orthodontist to straighten my smile? You don’t need an orthodontist to straighten your smile, just a dentist who is able to address your alignment issues. Read our blog post for options!
Whatever your insurance status is, we at Chesterfield Dentistry provide flexible financial options to help you get the dental care you need. Read our blog post for details.
According to a recent study, it’s thought that 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. It’s understandable that some people choose to ignore a missing tooth and carry on regardless, especially when the gap isn’t in their immediate smile line. However, are they right to do so? In the short term, it’s true … Continued