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How to Transition from Dentures to Dental Implants

September 23, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 1:26 am
Dental implant model

Are you finally making the switch from dentures to dental implants? Many people try traditional dentures for just long enough to decide that they aren’t for them. Fortunately, with modern dental technology, there are other options for people who are missing most of or all of their teeth. With so many benefits of dental implants, it’s no wonder so many people feel the need to transition from dentures in Bloomfield Hills. Continue reading to learn more about the benefits of switching to implants and the care that your new restoration will require.


5 Ways Your Dentist is Prioritizing Your Health in COVID-19

June 17, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 12:41 am

emergency dentist thoroughly cleaning their practice in COVID-19The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed many aspects of our lives. As the country slowly begins to reopen, healthy and safety are at the forefront of everyone’s’ minds. To keep you as safe as possible while providing the dental care you need, your emergency dentist has added a variety of extra COVID-19 precautions. Read on to learn five ways your dental team is working to safeguard your health during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Always Prepared: 3 Steps Your Dental Team Takes to Keep You Safe

May 13, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 2:33 am

Patient receiving care from dentist in Bloomfield Hills, MILife during the COVID-19 pandemic has everyone taking extra precautions to stay safe. As they start to reopen, dental practices around the country are going to great lengths to ensure the health and safety of their patients during appointments. Many of these new protocols take place before patients even set foot in the door. Learn what your dentist in Bloomfield Hills, MI is doing to give you the treatment you need in a comfortable, sterile environment.


Multiple Types of Dentures to Restore Your Smile to Normal

February 22, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 2:36 pm

older happy woman smiling with new set of denturesNo matter how many teeth you’re missing, there is a way to restore your functionality and smile aesthetics: with dentures in Bloomfield Hills. They not only provide a solution to your missing teeth, but they’re also quite versatile. As you continue reading, you’ll learn about the different types of dentures and how the fabrication process works. Additionally, you’ll discover how, coupled with dental implants, a set of dentures can be even more beneficial.


When It’s Time to Replace Your Dentures, Consider These Options!

January 27, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 12:49 am

older happy woman nice teethIt’s typically recommended to replace dentures in Bloomfield Hills every five to eight years. So if you’ve had yours for a while, then you may have noticed some shifting, gum irritation or other signs of wear. Maybe you should consider taking a new direction. Continue reading to learn how you can replace your missing teeth with a method that’s considered the “gold standard!”


How Sleep Apnea Can Impact Your Health and the People You Love

December 10, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 1:50 pm

woman upset with man snoring loudlyAre you a loud snorer? If so, there is a chance that you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which is the most common form of sleep apnea. The condition is becoming more prevalent among Americans, as over 17 million people are currently suffering from OSA. While it can contribute to a host of other health issues, there is new evidence that if you’re dealing with sleep apnea in Bloomfield Hills, it can also impact the people who live around you. As you continue reading, learn about the life disruptions that untreated OSA can pose for you and your loved ones.


4 Common Causes of Gum Disease

October 3, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 1:28 pm

toothbrush in a sink with blood on itAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of every two American adults 30 and up have periodontal disease, or the advanced stages of gum disease. After hearing this statistic, many people are surprised to know that this extremely common oral condition can be easily prevented. It’s common that the signs aren’t spotted until it’s too late, which is why it’s important to be proactive about taking care of your oral health and visiting the dentist every six months for a checkup. In addition, you can examine your mouth at home for swollen, tender, or bleeding gums. Read on for the four common causes of gum disease so you can keep your mouth healthy. (more…)

Unexpected Health Dangers of Gum Disease

September 2, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 6:48 pm

model of gum diseaseDid you know there’s another threat lingering in your mouth other than tooth decay? Although it’s preventable, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates at least 50% of adults have a form of gum disease. When it’s caught early, it’s easily treatable without causing any long-term damage. Unfortunately, many people don’t recognize the early warning signs of the infection or they don’t fully understand the complications it can cause if it’s not treated. If you don’t act quickly, gum disease won’t just harm your smile. It can also cause several health complications.

10 Interesting Facts About Obstructive Sleep Apnea

August 28, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 6:36 pm

husband snoring, wife annoyed

Did you feel tired on your commute to work this morning, even though you had more than one cup of joe? Did you get irritated at your coworker for no reason? Did your spouse tell you that you were snoring again last night? If so, you may have obstructive sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that can have serious consequences if not treated. Read on to learn 10 surprising facts about this condition.


Four Solutions For Bone Loss That Make Dental Implants Possible

July 7, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dr. David Banda @ 7:01 pm

Transparent image of the lower jawOne consequence of tooth loss that often surprises people is bone loss in their jaws. In addition to giving the face an aged, sunken appearance, it can also be an obstacle to getting dental implants. As a tooth replacement option, implants feel very natural and offer unmatched chewing strength, stability, and longevity. But the reason for all of these benefits comes down to one thing: the support an implant gets from the surrounding jawbone. But if it’s been a while since you lost your teeth and you’re afraid you’ve lost too much jawbone to be a candidate, don’t be discouraged. There are four different procedures a dentist can recommend for bone loss that make it possible to get implants. Learn more below!


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