Have you gotten one or more of your missing teeth replaced with dental implants? If so, then you already know that they have the potential to last for an entire lifetime. As durable as dental implants are, though, they can only last this long if you take good care of them. Unfortunately, many bad habits can damage your implants to the point where they fail. To ensure your dental implants in Rock Hill provide you with a complete smile for decades to come, quit these five habits.(more…)
Coombs & Ross Family Dentistry Blog
September 20, 2021
August 29, 2021
Are you one of the 170+ million Americans struggling with tooth loss? If so, you’ve likely heard of dental implants. After all, they are the #1 recommended treatment for patients missing one, a few, or an entire arch of teeth. However, if you’re like many patients, you may be wondering, “Does getting dental implants hurt?” Keep reading for the answer!(more…)
May 4, 2021
If you’re ready to take the leap to invest in dental implants, you’re making a great decision for your smile. You’ll benefit from a nearly perfect replica of your real teeth using a solution that can last for decades. You won’t want anything to compromise the success or longevity of your new smile. Here’s what to expect with your dental implant aftercare to safeguard your investment.
April 7, 2021
Jaw discomfort can come and go, but when it becomes chronic, that’s when you should get in touch with a dentist. There’s a possibility that you may have developed temporomandibular joint disorder (or TMD). Not only is the pain from this condition unlikely to go away on its own, but there’s likely a pre-existing problem present that you may not have yet considered. To learn about potential TMD causes and how a dentist can help you manage and treat your symptoms, keep reading!(more…)
March 2, 2021
Have you lost most or all of your teeth? If so, you’re probably one of the millions of Americans who have completed their smiles with dentures. These prosthetic teeth allow you to eat, speak, and smile like you haven’t been able to since before your tooth loss. After a few years, though, you may have noticed that dentures sometimes slip around or even fall out of your mouth. While it may seem like only a minor annoyance, poorly fitting dentures in Rock Hill could potentially turn into a life-threatening problem. Read on to learn more about the dangers of ill-fitting dentures and how to recognize and prevent them.(more…)
February 28, 2021
Your dentist in Rock Hill is invaluable to maintaining a healthy smile. While you might think they only look at your teeth and gums, they can also detect certain health issues. Believe it or not, here are 5 surprising medical conditions your dentist can spot during your routine dental visits.
January 26, 2021
If you’ve been wearing dentures for a long time, you’ve probably had time to get used to them day-to-day. However, if you’ve noticed that they don’t quite fit as well as they used to, you may want to consider other options for your future smile. One of the most popular options today is implant-retained dentures in Rock Hill, and for good reason. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of choosing dental implants to replace teeth (and the downsides of dentures that you can avoid!)(more…)
December 8, 2020
What do you do when your smile is nothing but gum tissue? About 40 million Americans have lost all of their natural teeth, which makes speaking and enjoying a wide variety of foods next to impossible. There are plenty of options to consider when replacing teeth, not the least of which is dental implants, which replace the root as well as the crown. But for those who have lost an entire row of teeth, your best option is likely a very specific type of dental implants – specifically, All-on-4 dental implants in Rock Hill.(more…)
November 7, 2020
While it’s always important to take care of your teeth and gums if you’re an older adult, it’s particularly crucial nowadays during the COVID-19 pandemic. Maintaining great oral health will help keep your immune system strong and lower your risk of needing to go out into the world for urgent dental care. Thankfully, a few simple habits can go a long way in keeping you and your smile healthy in these unusual times. Read on you your Rock Hill dentist shares five quick and easy tips you can use to lower your risk of a dental emergency and keep your smile happy and healthy.(more…)
September 21, 2020
Your teeth are meant to last for a lifetime, but that’s not a reality for many Americans. In fact, at least 35 million adults have lost all their teeth in one or both arches. Traditionally, dentures in Rock Hill are used to treat complete tooth loss. Although they have a bad reputation for looking and feeling fake, they’ve come a long way over the years. Since first appearing around 700 BC, dentures have evolved quite a bit. Nowadays, they are more realistic than ever to give you a beautiful, functional smile.