Implant Dentures: Fixed Or Removable?

implant dentures Monkton

Now, denture wearers have an amazing new tooth replacement option: Implant-retained or implant-stabilized dentures. Both provide numerous advantages over traditional dentures and our team at Hereford Dental Health can educate you on your many general and cosmetic dentistry options in the Monkton, MD area. We also practice restorative dentistry with pride! Some of the benefits of fixed or…

Just Like Natural Teeth! Porcelain Veneers in Monkton

porcelain veneers Monkton

Are you concerned about crooked, stained, or chipped teeth? The team at Hereford Dental Health specializes in porcelain veneers, a minimally invasive solution to  cracked, stained, or chipped teeth. Porcelain veneers are custom-fitted glass-like shells that are permanently attached to the surface of teeth that need correcting. A veneer can transform a tooth’s color, shape,…

3-Tooth Solution For A 1-Tooth Problem?

Categories: Dental Implants
Sparks cosmetic dental and tooth implants

Do you have a missing tooth? Are you considering the different types of restorative dental procedures available? Does a dental bridge seem to make the most sense financially? If you have a missing tooth and want to restore that gap in your mouth, it is essential to think about the differences between a dental bridge…

Dental Bridge vs Dental Implant

Categories: Dental Implants
Attention Monkton Replace Your Dental Bridge Before You Lose Teeth

Hello Monkton visitors, welcome to Hereford Dental Health – Craig Longenecker DDS. Let’s talk about a tooth replacement option common in Parkton: dental bridges. While dental bridges have restored smiles for thousands of Parkton dental patients, they are not problem free. Many Maryland people with dental bridges find it impossible to keep the small areas…

A Fresh Start After Losing A Tooth

Categories: Dental Implants
Monkton Permanent Tooth Replacement

Are you one of the many Monkton men and women who has had a tooth extracted? If the tooth had been bothering you, it may have been a relief. Unless, of course, the tooth was in the front of your mouth and now the gaping hole shows every time you smile. Ignoring it is impossible…