At Parker & Pennington Dentistry, we strive to restore the function and appearance of our patients’ teeth. We often see patients who have been experiencing tooth loss and difficulty with dental hardware for years. They are frustrated with the regular complications and the negative impact their teeth have had on their overall quality of life. We have seen patients who refuse to smile or show their teeth, while others are struggling to eat properly. We recently had the pleasure of working with a patient who was in need of treatment and we decided on digital dentures. Click here to watch the video of her reaction the first time she saw her new smile.
At Parker & Pennington Dentistry, we are always looking for ways to improve the level and quality of care we offer our patients. We attend continuing education events when possible and are always looking for ways to upgrade the dental technology we have in our office. Advancements in dental technology over the years have truly changed the treatments we are able to provide our patients. Our goal is always to restore the function and aesthetics of our patients’ teeth, for results that they are proud to show off and also help them live a better quality of life.
At Parker & Pennington Dentistry, we want to help improve the lives of our patients. We are passionate about providing revolutionary treatments and won’t settle for less than the best. The dentures we provide for our patients are unlike any others. We continue working with the lab until the dentures are perfect. We recently had the opportunity to speak with one of our patients who received dentures not long ago. Click here to watch her story and hear how her life has changed for the better.
At Parker & Pennington Dentistry, we are always looking for solutions to common problems our patients experience. One common problem we see from many of our patients who wear dentures is broken or misplaced hardware. When dentures are broken or misplaced, it can be a considerable amount of time before they can be replaced. You need an appointment, and then your dentures have to be recreated in the lab. This is a long amount of time to be without dentures, making it extremely difficult to eat, and can leave many people self-conscious about their appearance. We have created a solution to this problem — digital dentures.
We often see patients who have experienced tooth loss or may have poor oral health, and the only solution is a tooth extraction. No matter if you have experienced tooth loss due to decay, gum disease, a medical condition, injury, or trauma, it can be upsetting. Some patients want to discuss their tooth replacement options as soon as possible, while others need some time to process. While we are always sympathetic to our patients’ feelings, we always feel teeth should be replaced as soon as possible.
Have you worn dentures for years but are unhappy with the outcome and are tired of experiencing problem after problem? At Parker & Pennington Dentistry, we have revolutionized the dentures experience, and the hardware that you receive will be like nothing you have worn before. We want our patients to know that dentures don’t have to be uncomfortable and unattractive. Dr. Parker, a published author on the topic of dentures, uses advanced techniques to create a beautifully finished product loved by patients. He recently sat down to explain more about the process and why patients should choose custom dentures. Click here to watch the video and continue reading to learn more.
Are you self-conscious because you are missing a tooth or multiple teeth? We know that it can be heartbreaking when a tooth needs to be extracted. It doesn’t matter if the tooth is extracted due to decay, a medical condition, or an accident, it can still be upsetting. However, the sadness doesn’t need to last long. There are multiple tooth replacement options available. Gone are the days of only one option to replace missing teeth. The replacement options of today closely resemble your natural teeth.
If you have lost your teeth due to injury, tooth decay, or gum disease, it is very important that a tooth replacement option is chosen as soon as possible. Replacing missing teeth is beneficial to both your appearance and your health, as prolonged empty spaces can eventually lead to bone deterioration in the jaw.