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Cosmetic Dentistry: Giving Your Smile the Star Treatment

May 19, 2022

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Woman outside with brilliant smile after cosmetic dentistry

Have you ever found yourself envying the perfect grins you see in magazines and on the big screen? You may have wondered why so many celebrities are lucky enough to have perfect teeth. The truth is luck has nothing to do with it; many celebrities use cosmetic dentistry to keep their teeth looking as dazzling as possible. Luckily, cosmetic dentistry isn’t just for the stars; with your dentist’s help, you too can enjoy a smile fit for the red carpet! Below are some examples of cosmetic services commonly used by celebrities that you too can take advantage of.


How to Know If Cosmetic Dentistry is Right for You

March 28, 2022

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Color-matching teeth for cosmetic dentistry

When you’re unhappy with your teeth, you may become very shy about smiling for photographs or in public situations. Cosmetic dentistry may offer the solution, but is it the right choice for you? There are a few things you’ll need to consider before deciding whether or not to move forward with getting veneers, whitening, or another cosmetic procedure. Below are the steps you should take to determine whether or not you should give your cosmetic dentist a call.


Can Smokers Still Get Dental Implants?

August 24, 2021

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Man sitting and holding a cigarette

Most people are considered to be candidates for dental implants, but there are a few groups who are noted to be at high risk for complications. In particular, smokers are found to be more likely to experience dental implant failure due to oral health issues. Does that mean that you have to choose another form of tooth replacement if you smoke? Not necessarily, but there are some steps you’ll have to take before and after implant surgery if you want your new smile to last. To that end, it’s necessary to fully understand the link between smoking and dental implants. 


How Does Combining Dentures with Implants Make a Difference?

July 14, 2021

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Older man with dentures sitting and smiling

Traditional dentures are still used to this day to replace entire rows of missing teeth, but now you can get dental implants to anchor them permanently in place. This small addition can make an even bigger difference than you might think at first, as the many advantages that dental implants provide end up making dentures stronger and more reliable in the long run. The following post explores the many benefits of implant dentures in Midland.


Practice Announcement from Dr. Robert E. Christensen, D.D.S.

December 11, 2020

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Dear Patients, Friends and Colleagues:

On behalf of our entire team, I want you to know how much we appreciate your support of our dental office over the past 41 years. After much thought and consideration, I have decided it is time for me to add a highly qualified doctor to the team. This will allow me to begin cutting back my working hours, as I eventually approach full retirement. This decision was made much easier due to finding a compassionate and highly skilled clinician in Dr. John Drisdale. I am very confident in Dr. Drisdale’s clinical skills, education, and ability to relate to my staff and patients. Dr. Drisdale is committed to my philosophy of providing high quality dental care to everyone that walks through the door. We have had discussions regarding his philosophy, training and practice, and they are eerily similar to mine. He has met my staff, and they too are excited to have him join our team. I feel so lucky and honored that I found what I believe to be the perfect addition to the practice. Our schedule will remain similar to my current one, allowing for Dr. Drisdale to integrate into the practice and take over when I retire.


Emergency or Not? How to Tell if Your Sensitive Teeth are a Serious Problem

September 25, 2020

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Woman on couch with drink, tooth pain

If you experience pain whenever you try to enjoy a bowl of ice cream or take a sip of hot chocolate, you probably have sensitive teeth. It goes without saying that tooth sensitivity can be very painful on its own, but could it also point to a larger problem? There are many oral health issues that include tooth sensitivity as a symptom, and if you don’t have your teeth checked quickly, you might eventually end up suffering from even worse forms of dental damage. Read on to learn everything you need to know if you ever find yourself with sensitive teeth.


How Sedation Can Help You If You’re Afraid of the Dentist

August 24, 2020

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Plenty of people are nervous about going to the dentist, but some are more frightened by the idea than others. There are cases where adults avoid going to regular checkups for years simply because the sights and sounds of a dental practice make them too uncomfortable. Do you or anyone else in your family suffer from such anxieties? If so, you should know that modern dental practices have a solution. Read on to learn how your sedation dentist in Midland can make sure your next appointment is a comfortable one – no matter how complex a procedure it is.


Dental Safety During COVID-19: How Your Dentist is Preparing

August 1, 2020

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a dentist wearing personal protective equipment and preparing to treat a patient

Are you preparing for an upcoming dental appointment? Now that offices are reopening throughout the United States, you may be wondering if it is safe to return. During this difficult time, your dentist has been hard at work to re-evaluate the daily operations of their practice as well as implement various guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Safety and Hazard Administration (OSHA), and the American Dental Association (ADA). Before you arrive, learn how dental safety during COVID-19 has changed and what your dentist is doing to prepare for your visit.


How Long Will Recovery Be? 3 Facts About the Dental Implant Process

May 19, 2020

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Illustration of dental implant and crown in jaw

Receiving dental implants typically takes months. Naturally, you’ll want to enjoy the benefits of your new teeth as soon as possible, so you might be wondering if there’s a way to speed up the process; however, the fact is that there are very good reasons why the procedure is laid out the way it is. If your cosmetic dentist didn’t follow all of the proper steps, it could lead to complications that ultimately cause implant failure. Keep reading to learn 3 important facts about the process of getting dental implants – and why you should always follow the timeline your dentist gives you.


How is Your Dentist Keeping Their Practice Safe from COVID-19?

April 20, 2020

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Dentist at sink for coronavirus disinfection

As the country attempts to make the transition to normal, medical practitioners need to be careful about reopening their practices in a safe manner so that their patients are protected from COVID-19. Nowhere is that more true than at your dentist’s office, where there are concerns of the virus being transferred via the aerosol that is produced over the course of many procedures. But before you start worrying “Is it still safe to see the dentist near me?”, know that dental practices already had strict sanitation protocols in places, and even tougher practices have been adopted for these uncertain times. Read on to learn about 5 COVID-19 precautions your dentist in Midland is taking.  

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