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Dental Implants Save Your Bone and Long-Term Oral Health

Think a Dental Implant is Too Expensive? Dental Implant Cost Actually Saves You Money. If you are considering tooth replacement options, dental implants should be at the top of your list for many reasons.  A dental implant procedure is simple for Dr. Derek B. Hauser, DDS, to perform. He’s done thousands over the last 20 years, and his patients couldn’t be happier with their results. A dental bridge is always an option, but you must keep in mind that you normally have to sacrifice the two surrounding teeth. That means healthy teeth will be drilled down and a bridge will … Read more

You Can Have a Dental Crown Made in One Visit Using CEREC

Waiting Weeks for Dental Crowns is a Thing of the Past at Lakefront Family Dentistry Remember when you needed a new dental crown and had to wear a temporary for weeks? Then, when you came back for a fitting, it wasn’t quite right or the color was off. CEREC technology ensures this won’t happen to you again. Dr. Derek B. Hauser, DDS, has been using the latest dental technology to make the strongest, highest grade porcelain dental crowns for over 10 years with CEREC. When you come in for your first visit, expect to be treated extremely well by our … Read more

CEREC Dentist and Digital Dentistry Means You Get the Best Smile Technology Offers

Find CEREC Dentist Locations with the Most Experienced Dentists A qualified CEREC dentist with over 10 years of experience is not easy to find. Only 7.5 percent of dentists use CEREC technology in the USA, and it’s so new to many dentists, it takes years of experience to make your beautiful new teeth perfect at their practice while you wait. Dr. Derek B. Hauser, DDS, has over 20 years of experience in the field of dentistry, and over 10 years using CEREC. Would you prefer to find a CEREC dentist that’s new to CEREC, or a dental practitioner that is … Read more

Do You Have Receding Gums?

Bleeding Gums and Swollen Gums are a Sign that You Need Professional Help Right Away Some people don’t like going to the dentist. For others, it’s just a routine that’s part of your oral health and maintenance. Regardless of which category you fall into, if you begin to notice receding gums, they are swollen and bleed either when you brush, floss or you aren’t doing anything, it’s a sign you need to see a qualified dental practitioner right away. Plaque and tartar build up slowly, and millions don’t know it’s forming at and below the gum line. This leads to … Read more

Can You Really Trust Online Directory Dentist Reviews?

Dentist Directory Sites Make Money From Your Searches and Dentist Listings The Internet offers consumers a lot of great consumer sites when looking for a product or service. When we think back just 10 years ago, these online review sites didn’t even exist as they do today. Unfortunately, all types of reviews are not created equal. Even if you shop on Amazon and purchase products based on consumer reviews, you have to make sure and read each person’s profile to see if they’ve made more than one or two reviews. Then, you have to check other reviews and see if … Read more

Have You Used a Tongue Scraper Lately?

Getting Your Teeth Clean is Just the First Step to Great Oral Hygiene Smart individuals know that brushing twice a day and flossing after every meal keeps your teeth clean and prevents cavities. But millions of people still don’t know that’s just the first step in maintaining oral health and truly fresh breath (as long as there are no other dental issues). Brushing and Flossing, But Still You Have Bad Breath How many times do you brush, floss and even gargle with the most stringent antiseptic, and less than 30 minutes to 1 hour later you have that bad taste … Read more

Do You Think You Have a Gum Infection?

Periodontitis Treatment Can Help Before You Lose Teeth and Bone Gum Inflammation and Gum Disease Symptoms If you aren’t brushing at least twice a day with an approved ADA toothpaste and flossing after every meal, you might start to notice your gums begin getting red and irritated. As time goes on, gum inflammation gets worse. This can be a sign of periodontal disease. If it continues without periodontitis treatment, bone loss and tooth loss can occur. Once we lose our baby teeth, we only get one more set of adult teeth for life. Taking the best care of our pearly … Read more

Treating Gum Disease Can Reduce the Risk of Heart Attack

If You Could Live Longer by Brushing and Flossing Daily, Would You Take Better Care of Your Teeth? It may sound like we’re making this up, but it’s a proven fact that brushing at least twice per day and flossing daily can save your life. Would you rather take prescription medication every day to prevent heart attacks, heart disease and strokes, or would you prefer using that beautiful toothbrush and floss sitting on your bathroom counter just waiting to help you live a longer, happier, healthier life? Sadly, only 1 in 10 people brush their teeth properly, and in the … Read more

Root Canal Treatment Saves Your Tooth and Money in the Long Run

Preserving Your Tooth is the Goal, Which Can Often be Saved through Endodontic Treatment Many years ago, the only option for a patient who had an injured or diseased tooth was an extraction.  Through advanced dental technology today, Dr. Hauser has performed thousands of root canal treatment procedures, saving patients’ teeth and avoiding a more costly route later on. Although dental implants are an amazing alternative for those who have had an extraction, a great dentist will always prefer saving a tooth through root canal therapy, rather than pulling the infected or damaged tooth. Lakefront Family Dentistry prides itself on … Read more

Statistics Show You Could Lose That Job Interview—Consider Professional Teeth Whitening And Make Sure It Doesn’t Happen To You

Your Appearance Matters, But the Good News is You Can Do Something About It Did You Get That Last Job Interview? Did you know research shows having whiter teeth could put you above another qualified candidate? It’s true, individuals with whiter teeth are more confident, which means they are more likely to be hired. Is this “tooth discrimination” or the fact that those who keep their smile whiter give the impression they are healthier and take better care of themselves? If you see a person who is missing a couple teeth, what is your initial perception of that person? Sadly, … Read more