The Dentists Blog
General & Cosmetic Dentists Serving Omaha, Bellevue, Lincoln and Nearby Nebraska
Restoring teeth and creating beautiful smiles are what our dentists do every day. We want you to enjoy your very best oral health and a smile you are proud to share. Crowns, fillings and veneers are three common restorative items in our toolkit. Learn about the differences in the sections below.
Dental Fillings Restore the Area Where a Cavity was TreatedRead Full Post
General dentistry is the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of dental problems. General dentistry is the array of treatments and interventions that allow you to achieve and maintain outstanding oral health. Some of the most common procedures within this area of dentistry include:
- Annual x-rays
It's soon to be summertime across Nebraska. Your kids are out of school, and you may have family vacations planned. Don't forget to fit in dental checkups for your family, from youngest to eldest. If you are due for a cleaning, the summertime may open up your schedule. Below, we look at some of the ways you can take charge of your family's dental health.
Prevent Cavities…Read Full Post
Porcelain veneers make over your smile over the course of a few appointments. At one of our four Omaha offices, you'll first visit our experienced dentists for a consultation. After discussing your goals and your candidacy for veneers, they'll guide you as you decide whether veneers or another option is right for you. To arrange a consultation, please call our experienced team in Hillsborough: 402-445-4647, Village Pointe: 402-505-7474, Ralston Square: 402-733-4441, or Dundee: 402-502-5593.… Read Full Post
For people who are unhappy with cosmetic flaws in their smile, porcelain veneers are absolutely worth it! If you are weighing this option, you may be stacking up their value against their cost, longevity and other factors. Our experienced dentists want to help you go over all of these things during a one-on-one consultation at our practice. We want you to be exceedingly happy with any treatment you receive from us, so part of that includes making sure the chosen treatment is the right fit.
First, Identify Your Goals For Your Smile
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The experienced implant dentists at our Omaha practice will create a customized treatment plan for replacing missing teeth. Call us to find out if dental implants, dentures or a dental bridge may be right for you. Although the entire implant process takes anywhere from a few months to over a year, you are left with a highly durable, secure and…Read Full Post
Your child's first teeth should be cleaned and cared for, for mostly the same reasons that you take care of your adult teeth. Preventing infection, inflammation and tooth loss is important, no matter your age! All 20 baby teeth are present at birth. They gradually emerge from the gums and appear over the following 12 months or so. Most children have all 20 primary teeth…Read Full Post
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," the saying goes. Although Benjamin Franklin was referring to fire safety when he coined this phrase, it's often used in relation to health and healthcare these days. And it's really true! Taking steps to prevent health problems when you can may be easier – in some cases – than repairing the damage after the fact.
This axiom certainly applies to dentistry. You are…Read Full Post
Just announced: The Dentists won First Place in the category Dental Practice in the 2018 Omaha’s Choice Awards! We are honored to once again receive this award. These were the third annual awards, and we were voted Omaha’s Choice for Dental Practice in 2016 and 2017 as well.
Winners are selected by readers of the Omaha World-Herald. There were 193 categories, and we are pleased to have taken home the top…Read Full Post
The first day of summer is this week, Thursday, June 21. While dental health is always a good idea, there are several summertime particulars that you may be interested to know:
- Cooling summer treats. Popsicles, ice cream, frozen yogurt – from a dentist’s perspective, enjoying these things in moderation is fine; however, sugar is a leading cause of tooth decay. You can prevent…