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When Should You Change Your Dentures? Look for These 4 Signs

August 11, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 1:17 pm
An older man talking to his dentist about his dentures

Have you been living in pain for some time because of your dentures? While the prosthetics are a convenient way to restore your mouth to working order, they do have a shelf life. However, it can be hard to know when the durability of your dentures is at an end.

Continue reading to learn the top four signs that your dentures need replacing. This will ensure you’re informed and can take the next step by contacting your dentist if need be.


Traditional Vs. Implant Dentures: Which Are Better?

May 19, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 11:53 am
A closeup of dentures on a table in a clinic

So, you’ve finally decided to get dentures. That’s fantastic news – these prosthetic teeth will do your smile a lot of good! Still, perhaps you’re struggling to decide on the type you want. After all, you can choose between traditional and implant dentures. Each of these models also has its own unique features. Fortunately, your Falls City dentist is here to help. Read on, then, to see how traditional and implant dentures differ and which is best.


Fact-Busting 5 Myths About Dental Implants

February 12, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 3:34 am

Myths and facts about dental implants

You have more options to treat tooth loss than ever before. 500,000 people per year are choosing dental implants to replace their missing teeth, but are they right for you? There are many rumors about the procedure, but don’t let misinformation stop you from investing in a complete smile. Here are the facts behind 5 common dental implant myths. 


Three Ways to Prepare For Your Invisalign Treatment

January 4, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 6:59 pm
Young woman wearing Invisalign aligners

Patients love Invisalign treatment for lots of reasons, not the least because of its convenience. Because aligners are removable, you’ll be able to eat a lot of the same foods as you did before.

That said, orthodontic treatment represents a pretty big life change, and Invisalign is no exception. If you’re starting this treatment soon, it may be a good idea to get prepared. Here are a few things you can do to get ready before you start Invisalign treatment.


Cranberries & Oral Health

November 15, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 12:49 am
fresh cranberry sauce

With Thanksgiving and other holidays quickly approaching, people are preparing to indulge in their favorite seasonal foods and drinks. Cranberry sauce is one of those foods that tends to make an appearance on the plates of feasters. Whether you eat it from a can or make it fresh, it’s undeniable that this is a holiday staple. But can cranberry sauce do damage to your smile? Read on to learn how eating cranberries can affect your oral health.


3 Reasons to Start Invisalign Before the Year Ends

October 2, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 5:49 pm
Person holding an Invisalign clear aligner

Invisalign has taken the world of modern dentistry by storm! Millions of patients have turned towards these awesome clear aligners to straighten their smiles, and compared to wearing traditional metal braces, the process is noticeably more streamlined and convenient! If you’re curious about starting Invisalign treatment, you should consider getting the ball rolling before the end of the calendar year before your insurance benefits reset. Here are three reasons why!


Getting Emergency Dental Care When You Don’t Have Insurance

September 27, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 6:42 am
woman with toothache and no dental insurance in Falls City

With you get a cut on your arm or if you catch a cold, your body will likely be able to heal itself in most cases. Unfortunately, the same doesn’t go for your smile. If you have a broken tooth or a tooth infection, the problem will just keep getting worse without professional intervention. Many people without dental insurance will put off seeking care for that cracked or painful tooth because they’re worried that the treatment will be too expensive. However, the longer the issue goes untreated, the more likely it is to get worse and more expensive! Luckily, emergency dental care doesn’t have to break the bank if you don’t have insurance coverage. Here’s what you need to know about treating a dental emergency when you don’t have dental insurance in Falls City.


5 Foods & Beverages You Should Avoid After Teeth Whitening

August 3, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 11:52 pm

Everyone loves how bright and white their smile looks after getting professional teeth whitening. In addition to looking more youthful, patients often experience a boost in confidence. However, due to the nature of whitening treatment, your teeth are especially susceptible to staining for a few days following the treatment. This is why you need to avoid certain foods and beverages to get the best results. Read on to learn which items you should temporarily cut out of your diet.


Should I Get Invisalign or Veneers?

June 14, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 12:27 pm
Woman holding Invisalign aligner

If you don’t like your crooked teeth, try seeing your local dental team. They have several treatments that could straighten your smile, especially Invisalign and porcelain veneers. However, these two procedures have unique methods and advantages. Which is right for you will depend on the results you want, so it pays to know the difference between Invisalign and veneers. That said, here’s a comparison of the two and why you should consult a dentist before your decision.


5 Facts About Same-Day Dental Crowns

April 14, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — kobazdentalteam @ 3:14 am
person with nice smile thanks to same-day dental crowns

If you have a tooth that has been severely damaged by decay or other means, your dentist may recommend getting a dental crown. Dental crowns are caps that cover up the entire visible part of a tooth. They are tooth-shaped and color-matched to blend in seamlessly with the rest of your smile. Crowns also make your pearly whites stronger and protect them against future harm. Some dentists even offer same-day dental crowns. Read on to learn five facts about same-day dental crowns that you probably didn’t know.

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