Do you have a question for us? We may have answered it. Take a look below, and if the answer to your question isn’t there, feel free to give us a call. We will be happy to help you!
- What is the best toothbrush to use
- What is the best tooth replacement option
- I hate my smile … can you help
- What should I do in case of a dental emergency
- How can I make an appointment
- How Often Do Dental Implants Need To Be Replaced?
Q: What is the best toothbrush to useA:
The best toothbrush to use is one that fits your mouth! This will typically mean a brush with a small head and soft bristles … one that will be able to reach all the nooks and crannies in your teeth. We recommend brushing at least twice per day and flossing at least once. Talk to our team for more specific advice on home dental hygiene.
Q: What is the best tooth replacement optionA:
The best tooth replacement option depends on your specific situation. However, in most cases, dental implants are the most reliable and authentic way to replace missing teeth. But they are not for everyone! We also offer bridges and dentures. Talk to our team to determine which tooth replacement option is best for you.
Q: I hate my smile … can you helpA:
Yes! Our team offers a wide variety of cosmetic services, including dental veneers, teeth whitening, ClearCorrect orthodontic care, and more. Please visit our Cosmetic Dentistry page for a full list of dental services that can be used to improve the appearance of your smile!
Q: What should I do in case of a dental emergencyA:
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, please contact our team as soon as possible. The sooner we are able to see you, the easier solving your problem will be! We are often able to treat dental emergency cases on the same day you call. Don’t wait to seek help — our team can offer you the immediate dental assistance you require.
Q: How can I make an appointment
Q: How Often Do Dental Implants Need To Be Replaced?A:
One amazing benefit of dental implants is that they can last a lifetime. That’s right, a lifetime. As long as you care for them properly. You’ll need to:
- Visit Mountain View Dental twice a year for your six-month checkups
- Brush your teeth twice a day
- Floss at least once day
Also, if you smoke, you should quit to ensure the success of your dental implants.