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We don't expect you to be an expert on dental care, so we always welcome your questions. When you fully understand what a procedure involves and why it's important, you'll feel more confident about the treatment decisions you make.
We've shared some of the questions we hear most often, but you most likely have your own. If you don't see the answer you're looking for here, please don't hesitate to give us a call!
Having implants placed to help hold a denture or partial can be truly life changing! No longer would you have to worry about them slipping or falling out of your mouth accidentally. Implants snap into your dentures and make it much more comfortable to eat all of your favorite food again! If you are tired of taking your dentures out at night, there is even an option of making your dentures a permanent part of your smile, no more taking them in an out! If you are considering adding implants to help with your loose dentures, contact the dental team at Southside Dental Center right away!
A toothache that won’t go away is telling you that something serious is developing and needs to be addressed as soon as possible. As you probably know, toothaches never just go away by themselves. If you want to avoid continued discomfort and the potential for more serious problems, please call us right away.
We don’t want you to suffer any longer than necessary so we always leave time in our day for our patients who need immediate relief. Please call our office and we’ll make arrangements to see you as soon as possible, usually the same day.
At Southside Dental Center, we’re here to help you when a problem arises, but we’d obviously prefer that you never reach that point. We are firmly committed to ensuring that you always enjoy the best possible health. The way we do this is by strongly encouraging you to stay current with your basic dental care. Schedule appointments in advance for exams and cleanings, then do your best to keep the appointment.
Not everyone loves dental visits. The one appointment you miss, however, may be the one where we might have found a potential problem developing. Identifying and correcting these problems as soon as possible can go a long way toward preventing you from ever developing a toothache