The worst thing you can do when faced with a problem is to ignore it—especially when it comes to your mouth. The issue will only persist and most likely advance, never heal itself. If one or more of your teeth have become damaged, you should visit Ponte Vedra Complete Dentistry to see your dentist in Ponte Vedra Beach. Our practice has the expertise and resources you need to get quicker dental restorations like Planmeca CAD/CAM dental crowns. Let’s explore this restorative option to see if dental crowns are the best option for you.
Ponte Vedra Complete Dentistry Blog
July 17, 2017
July 7, 2017
When you’re looking for a dentist in Ponte Vedra Beach, you probably want one that stands out among the rest. It’s important that the dentist that will treat not only your mouth, but your family’s teeth and gums be well educated, trained, and takes pride in stays up to date with modern dentistry practices. If you’re looking for a dentist that holds these qualities to heart, you should consider making our Ponte Vedra Complete Dentistry office your trusted dental team for all oral health concerns and preventative care. Let’s look at the advanced technology our office has that makes each of our loyal patient’s dental appointments comfortable and convenient.
June 27, 2017
People will go take leaps and bounds to stop their face and skin from aging, but do they even consider how their smile ages? Are you doing everything in your power to keep your teeth and gums looking as young as possible? Keeping a youthful smile is easy for the most part when you practice good preventive care. This means brushing your teeth and massaging your gums twice a day, flossing, and visiting your dentist in Ponte Vedra Beach routinely. Here’s some helpful information on how to keep a smile healthy through every stage of life.
June 17, 2017
When you think of the medicine of pain relief, dentistry should be one of the fields that pop up you’re your head first. It’s always been a dentist’s mission to provide a comfortable way for patients to receive dental care, especially if their dental phobics or need extensive dental work completed.
Many times, patients skip their semiannual dental appointments out of fear. Little do they know, this bad habit puts themselves in a worse predicament than before. This cycle of fear and neglected dental care is unfortunate for patient smiles. That’s why your dentist in Ponte Vedra Beach is here to provide the dental services every patient needs—even the one’s initially afraid to visit our office. If your last dental appointment is way past due, read more on how our sedation dentistry may be able to help you.
May 5, 2017
Have you been desiring an aesthetically enhanced smile, but you have difficulty expressing just how you picture your teeth and gums to be once it’s all completed? You’re not alone. Most patients don’t have much to pull from except a list of celebrities they would like their smile to resemble. If you’re serious about communicating about your smile goals so you can reach them realistically, it’s time to consider sitting down with your cosmetic dentist in Ponte Vedra Beach. Ponte Vedra Complete Dentistry has the cosmetic services you need to get the smile of your dreams.
May 1, 2017
You thought it would be fun to reminisce with old friends and get one of those jumbo jawbreakers from the 90’s and unfortunately, it lived up to its name! You can’t say your dentist never warned you to stay away from candy! Now, you’re facing a dental emergency: your tooth is chipped and cracked. What do you do? Moreover, how can your emergency dentist in Ponte Vedra Beach help you restore your smile? At Ponte Vedra Complete Dentistry, we’re equipped with two expert dentists, Dr. Harth and Dr. Townsend, along with our friendly office team to handle any dental emergency—especially chipped or cracked teeth.
April 21, 2016
In our blog this week, we want to teach you about the importance of regular dental visits. The American Dental Association currently recommends that all patients, even those who have never had teeth or gum problems, visit the dentist at least every 6 months. If you have a history of gum disease, periodontitis, or a high caries rate, it may be necessary for you to visit your dental office more often than every 6 months. Sometimes, people are afraid to visit the dental office and, consequently, avoid dental visits for years. This can become a problem because tooth decay and gum disease can develop undetected for years. You may not be aware that you even have a problem until it is too late and your teeth have to be extracted. Regular dental visits combined with preventative measures like sealants and cleanings can help your teeth and gums to have a long and healthy life.
March 15, 2016
We are here this week to talk about some of the reasons that teeth break and the importance of seeking dental treatment for broken teeth, even if the break is small. According to the American Association of Endodontists, it is important to seek dental treatment as soon as possible if you notice that one of your teeth is broken. Early treatment for broken teeth is important so that the problem does not get worse. When teeth are broken, the nerve is less protected from the bacteria is the mouth and an infection is likely to develop. This infection can cause pain and discomfort and may necessitate that your tooth be extracted. In our blog today, we will explain some of the reasons that teeth break, the dangers of not treating a broken tooth, and some of the ways that your dentist may treat your broken tooth or teeth.
February 26, 2016
This week, we want to teach you about some of the warning signs that your dentist looks for during your oral examination, which may reveal telling information about your overall health. In a way, you mouth can serve as a window into your entire body and provide some of the first warning signs of certain disease. According to the American Academy of Oral Systemic Health, the connection between general medicine and dentistry is vital to help save lives. You dentist performs a thorough oral health evaluation at every appointment as a way to screen for certain diseases that can present themselves in the oral cavity. It is also important that you look for some of these changes and warning signs and notify your dentist immediately if something doesn’t seem right.
February 17, 2016
In our blog this week, we are here to teach you about the different types of bite patterns and why they are important. I am sure that you have heard the words overbite or underbite before, but do you know what these words mean? Do you know what type of bite is considered normal? Here At Ponte Vedra Complete Dentistry, we are devoted to patient education and one of the ways that we constantly teach our patients about all things dentistry is with our weekly blogs. According to the American Dental Association, abnormal bites usually become noticeable between the ages of 6 and 12, once the adult teeth begin to erupt. Often times, it is best to treat these abnormal bites when children are between the ages of 8 and 14 and still growing. It is never too late, however, to fix a bad bite and the results of treatment could drastically improve your quality of life.