When your teeth are missing, you need a remedy that will be effective in restoring more than just your ivories. It has to also assure you that you won’t have to worry about it failing, that your self-esteem will be improved and that you can fully regain the lifestyle you once knew. This is why your dentist in Harrisburg recommends dental implants as the best option for addressing your missing teeth. And as you continue reading, you’ll learn more about the other benefits of taking this route.
Klein Family Dental Blog
February 10, 2018
October 30, 2017
Tooth loss can happen for any number of reasons — and, whether it’s due to injury, insufficient oral hygiene, or genetics, it happens to people of all ages and stations of life. If you are already missing or on the brink of losing teeth, you need to find an effective replacement as soon as possible.
October 8, 2017
When facing tooth loss, you need to learn about the best tooth replacement on the market: dental implants in Harrisburg. This restoration defeats every other option available because of it’s stability and ability to last for years and years. Learn more about how you can benefit from dental implants here.
September 30, 2017
Many people know what a dental crown is, but there are so many that are unsure of all the ways a dental crown can help you. In fact, you’ll be amazed at how many dental problems a dental crown in Harrisburg can correct. This is one thing your dentist keeps up their sleeve! Keep reading to discover more about this magic dental restoration that can be used in a variety of restorative and cosmetic services.
September 19, 2017
If you’ve lost a tooth, you’re not alone. Tooth loss—although not ideal—is not an uncommon problem throughout our Nation. If you’re one of those people that love to see the facts, here you go! There’s been an estimated 69% of Americans from the ages 35 to 44 that have at least one missing tooth and just about 1 in 4 people that have lost all of their teeth by the time they turn 74 years old.
With that being said, you’re not the only one looking for a long-lasting, stable tooth replacement. After all, you need each and every one of your teeth.
If you’re looking for the perfect fix, consider getting dental implants. Let’s look at how far dental implants have come and how they can help you!
August 18, 2017
Are you suffering from tooth loss? Have you tried dentures or other prosthetics to replace your missing teeth, but just are not satisfied with the results? If this sounds familiar, you may need an alternative option. Now, many are turning to dental implants in Harrisburg to permanently treat tooth loss. This is the only option that will last for a lifetime while also closely looking and functioning like natural teeth. In addition, it offers over a 95% success rate when performed on the ideal candidate. Depending on your severity of tooth loss, there are various options that may be suitable for your individual needs.
August 6, 2017
Have you been surfing the web for a general dentist in Harrisburg that truly embraces their work as a way of life? It can be difficult to find the right fit for you and your family. With just about 200 5-star google reviews, there are countless reasons why patients choose our dental office. Here are just a few that may nudge you to pick up the phone and schedule your next dental appointment with us.
February 24, 2014
A common question about pediatric teeth that I often receive is, “When should my child stop using a pacifier?” Pacifiers have been recognized by the Academy of Pediatrics as a key factor in reducing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), so dentists are aware that pacifier use is beneficial, but it should also wrap up before negatively affecting a child’s permanent teeth. We recommend pacifiers should be discontinued by the age of five.
Baby teeth. Deciduous teeth. Milk teeth. Your child’s first set of teeth will, in most cases, fall out. But while they are not permanent, they are very important.
Baby teeth maintain space for their permanent counterparts. They are essential in function and phonetics and jaw development. So we need to take care of them.
The first step in insuring that your children have healthy mouths is to take them to visit a dentist.
When should you take your child to the dentist?
February 10, 2014
As a dentist, the most important thing a patient can do to prevent cavities is use good oral hygiene. This means flossing and brushing twice a day. Literature shows that using an ADA approved toothpaste with fluoride can significantly reduce the amount of cavities in your mouth. But what if you were stranded on a desert island, with no drug-store in sight to purchase toothpaste and floss? What then?