For replacing missing teeth, the dental implant process is the most reliable method available. However, it requires there to be a sufficient amount of jawbone material present for the procedure to be successful. For patients who lack enough underlying bone all hope isn’t lost, because bone augmentation in Columbus provides the answer. As you continue reading, learn about the procedure, including how it works and its benefits!
June 26, 2019
Summer is really the perfect time to take advantage of the many treatments a cosmetic dentist in Reynoldsburg offers to make your smile look fabulous. The pace is a little slower, so you’re more likely to have the time for cosmetic care. Read on to learn about five of the most popular services to enhance your smile.
April 12, 2019
Good thing most dentists can handle rejection, because millions of people would rather not have anything to do with them. There are actually people that will put up with a painful toothache if that’s what it takes to avoid the dentist. If you count yourself among this crowd, then relax! There’s a sedation dentist in Reynoldsburg that can take care of your smile while you sit back and relax. Read on for more information about sedation dentistry.
July 18, 2017
Do you know someone who almost never shows his or her teeth when smiling? If so, then chances are they’re embarrassed or even ashamed because they have such crooked teeth. But a misaligned smile is not only a cosmetic concern. When teeth are crooked, you’re much more likely to have oral and even general health problems, too. Read on to learn why your cosmetic dentist in Reynoldsburg, Dr. Walt Mick, often recommends orthodontics to for the sake of appearance and well being.
April 7, 2017
If you have a tooth that is deeply cracked or otherwise damaged, then Dr. Mick may recommend a dental crown. This trustworthy restoration can be used to return form and function to your tooth or as part of a system called a bridge, which is used to stand in for one or more missing teeth. Before having any restorative dentistry procedure, you are likely to have a number of questions. For either a bridge or dental crowns, Reynoldsburg dentist Dr. Mick already has the answers to a few common questions.
February 13, 2017
Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that is believed to affect 18 million Americans. It causes you to stop breathing numerous times per night due to an obstruction in the airway. These pauses can occur hundreds of times per night, with each event potentially lasting longer than a minute. The immediate symptoms of the disorder often include chronic snoring, poor sleep quality, and day time fatigue; however, the long-term complications are far more severe. To protect your health, you need a dentist for treatment. Where is a dentist near me for sleep apnea? Mick Family Dental Group has the information you need.
November 22, 2016
If your smile is compromised by a number of cosmetic and functional problems, then you should speak to Dr. Walter Mick, the dentist near Reynoldsburg who performs full-mouth reconstruction. In this case, taking care of your smile is more that just a matter of making you look more attractive and feel more confident. The procedures Dr. Mick recommends will also restore your oral health and the functionality of your teeth, so you’ll be able to speak clearly and eat all the foods you want and need for a healthy diet.
October 18, 2016
October is National Dental Hygiene Month, so now is the time to review some of the basics about how you can best care for your oral and dental health. Did you know that your teeth take up less than half of the space in your mouth? It’s true, which means that while brushing is always a good thing, it shouldn’t be the only thing you do to make sure your mouth is healthy. Reynoldsburg dentist Dr. Walt Mick and his team at Mick Family Dental Care want to share some tips on how you can practice effective dental hygiene every month.
September 27, 2016
Some things in life you just can’t get back — like your tooth enamel. When you’ve lost this outer part of the tooth, your body can’t create more on its own. Enamel is the hard outer part of your tooth that protects the dentin, which is the softer, more sensitive interior. Tooth enamel may be lost as a result of tooth decay, injury, or due to destructive habits like teeth grinding and clenching. Know how to recognize if you have lost tooth enamel and learn what to do next. Your dentist in Reynoldsburg provides information on worn tooth enamel below!
March 28, 2016
When people experience what dentist’s call “terminal dentition,” it means their teeth cannot be restored to full function, appearance and health. Dr. Walter D. Mick performs in-office teeth extractions and replaces teeth with conventional or implant-supported dentures. (more…)