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Orthodontic treatment is a worthwhile investment in oral health, no matter how old you are. Not only can it improve aesthetic results and boost self-confidence, but orthodontic care aids people of all ages to establish better dental habits for the future; setting them up with stronger foundations that will support their long-term journey towards optimal oral health.
Regular dental visits are essential for a lifetime of healthy smiles. Starting check-ups around the age of two helps lay down a pattern for trips to the dentist every six months. During these appointments, the child’s teeth and gums will be professionally cleaned and checked - helping establish good oral health habits early on in their lives.
Do you have trouble sleeping at night? Do you wake up feeling tired and irritable even after a full 8-hour rest? Perhaps it is time for a consultation with your dentist. Prairie Lakes Dental dentists are qualified to address common sleep disorders such as snoring and sleep apnea. A mandibular advancement device (MAD) is a revolutionary solution that can help you get a good night’s sleep and improve your quality of life and overall health.
When it comes to dental care, it's important that patients feel as comfortable as possible. That's why our doctors strive to ensure the pain management process is carried out in accordance with the highest standards of safety and comfort.
Whether you lose a tooth, chip one, or are naturally missing one, there are options for replacing and repairing that tooth to give you back your smile. Modern dental implants and veneers have been used successfully for years and are a great option for many people.
You’ve just received the diagnosis: you need a crown on one of your teeth. Immediately, you think to yourself, “how can I take multiple days off work? How will I plan time to and from appointments? Will I have to take messy impressions? Will I have to get numb...
Have you always wished for a straighter smile? Do you have that one crooked tooth that bothers you when you look in a mirror? Or a large space between your front teeth? Maybe you have a child with teeth coming in with spaces between them and an overbite? An...
New Dental Implant Techniques and Technologies Whether you lose a tooth or are naturally missing one, there are options for replacing that tooth and giving you back your smile. Modern dental implants have been used successfully for over 30 years and are a great...