Month: December 2021

Versatile Treatment With Dental Crowns

large image of modern dental metal-ceramic crowns on a wooden background

Taking care of your smile is a lifelong endeavor. What’s more? It often involves more steps than people are actively putting in, and the longer you go with substandard care, the more likely you will be to experience major oral health complications down the line. Indeed, the last thing a person wants to endure is… Read more »

Schedule Your End-Of-Year Dental Exam

Happy senior man looking his teeth in a mirror and feeling satisfied after dental appointment with his dentist at clinic.

In order to best keep your smile safe from harm, you must first have a thorough understanding of what factors heavily influence your oral health to begin with. Indeed, dental decay, gum disease, gingivitis, and so many other issues can pose a significant threat, and as such, it is up to us to provide adequate… Read more »

How We Keep Patients Safe From Gum Disease

Keeping patients safe from oral health threats certainly means protecting them from cavities, but it requires more than just protection from this one issue. Another big concern is gum disease, something that can develop and worsen in time if it is not treated properly. At our Pella, IA dentist’s office, we can discuss your periodontal… Read more »

Major Benefits of Implant Dentistry

Dental implant on the example of a jaw model

It goes without saying that the last thing a person wants to hear is that their infected tooth can no longer be salvaged through a root canal and that the only option left is extraction. After all, losing a structure as an adult is a permanent occurrence, and this will inevitably impact your oral appearance and… Read more »

What To Know About Root Canal Therapy

Root canal treatment process. 3d render

In order to properly care for your smile and ensure its health for life, you must take care to practice an involved and well-rounded preventive dental care routine. This often involves brushing twice a day, flossing in-between meals, and attending your routine checkups and cleanings. Even still, however, oral bacteria can cause issues, and without… Read more »