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
These days everyone seems to be obsessed with straighter, whiter teeth as people now understand the value of a having a dazzling white smile. In fact, if all of your friends have gleaming white smiles, then chances are you’re feeling a little left out. Here at Chesterfield dentistry we often recommend teeth or dental bonding … Continued
ClearCorrect is fast catching up with Invisalign in the popularity stakes but is one better than the other? Let’s take a look.
Have you ever gone to the dentist and been told that you have a cavity? If so, you’re amongst the millions of Americans who have had a cavity at one time in their life. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Read our blog post to learn about cavities, including causes, prevention and treatment.
Gingivitis and periodontitis are two oral conditions which, while sharing many of the same symptoms, have a number of significant differences. But in order to take a look at the differences, we really need to first see their similarities. Gingivitis and periodontitis are both gum conditions Both gingivitis and periodontitis are conditions that relate to … Continued