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Dr. Kyle Daniel
Kyle Daniel DDS – At Daniel Dentistry, we’re here for your smile, your health, your family, your convenience and the community.

Your health is always our primary concern. Our treatment recommendations will always be focused on improving your oral health and, in turn, your overall health. We want you to be healthy, and we’ll partner with you to make sure that happens.

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Traditional Dentures VS. All-On-5/6 Dental Implants

Traditional Dentures VS. All-On-5/6 Dental Implants

2018/08/13

Patients who are missing an entire upper or lower arch of teeth now have several options to restore the function and appearance of their smile. These are traditional dentures or implant-supported dentures. However, making the decision as to which is the best solution for your smile can be confusing. Our dentist will be happy to discuss each with you and assess your candidacy for both. However, in the meantime, here is what you need to know about traditional dentures vs. All-On-5/6 dental implants.

Benefits Of Single Tooth Dental Implants

Benefits Of Single Tooth Dental Implants

2018/07/12

We go through life thinking that our teeth are infallible, thanks largely to our commitment to regular brushing and flossing. Nevertheless, tooth loss is more common than you probably expect. Studies show that the majority of adults will lose at least one permanent tooth by the time they reach their 30s, and approximately 40 million Americans are missing all of their teeth.

Before, During And After A Dental Implant Procedure

Before, During And After A Dental Implant Procedure

2018/06/12

If you have one or missing teeth, you may be feeling anxious or embarrassed about the appearance of your smile. The functionality of your teeth may also be compromised, and you might be struggling to eat normally or form certain sounds, depending on where the gap is. Tooth loss can be a significant problem and is one that is surprisingly common. It is estimated that by the time we reach 50 years of age we will have lost an average of 12 permanent teeth through decay and damage and that figure is predicted to rise.

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