“Metal-free dentistry” is a bit of buzzword these days. As more and more patients are becoming interested in dental treatments that are good for their whole body, they are opting for white fillings over metal ones, and they’re always ready to learn about holistic alternatives to traditional treatments. But what about when it comes to dental implants in Albuquerque? Is there a metal-free way to take advantage of this tooth replacement method?
Monica Boehmer DDS, PC Blog
November 7, 2018
October 29, 2018
Even though tooth-colored material is the gold standard these days for dental fillings, if you’ve had cavities and restorations done in the past, you may still have metal amalgam fillings in your mouth. Not only are metal fillings noticeable since they are silver or grey, but they are also not the best choice for your oral health for a few reasons that your dentist in Albuquerque will share.
April 13, 2018
The saliva in your mouth is probably something you don’t think much about. However, did you know that it plays a crucial role in not only your oral health, but also your overall health? This is because your mouth and saliva are home to hundreds of species of bacteria which can both protect and harm your overall health and well-being, depending on the makeup of the bacteria. Your dentist in Albuquerque shares more on what this information means for you and your family.
March 17, 2018
You probably don’t think about your saliva very much; however, it is an important factor that is critical to having a healthy mouth. Believe it or not, saliva actually has many important jobs to do in your mouth each day, and we couldn’t function properly without it. Your dentist in Albuquerque explains why saliva is so important for optimum oral health.
February 12, 2018
We’ve all experienced the dental office that rushes you through your appointment, and doesn’t really have the time to spend with each patient. Perhaps they don’t really know you very well, and this is because you may be seeing a different hygienist or even dentist each time you visit. It doesn’t feel very good to be just another number at your dental office, and you may not be receiving the care you deserve. What should you look for in your Albuquerque dentist?
January 23, 2018
You have to take your daughter to the dentist today, and your son has an appointment at the dentist in two days, oh, and your dental appointment is the day after that. Seems like you spend a lot of time traveling to and from the dental office. There must be a better way, you think, and the good news is that there is! Dr. Monica Boehmer, your family dentist in Albuquerque, can take care of the needs of the entire family so each person can be seen at the same office, perhaps even at the same time, or at least in the same timeframe. Here are some of the comprehensive services you can expect to find when you choose Dr. Boehmer for your family’s dental care.
December 11, 2017
Brushing your teeth at least twice per day is ingrained in us at a very early age. Some people brush after every meal. This can only be helpful, right? The truth is, how you brush you teeth and using the right tools is just as critical as how often you brush them. Your dentist in Albuquerque explains.
November 11, 2017
A permanent retainer is helpful for keeping your teeth straight without any effort on your part. The downside is it makes keeping your teeth clean a bit more challenging because it is actually glued to your teeth. This is especially true when you’re flossing. The good news is that your Albuquerque dentist has some tips for flossing with a permanent retainer.
October 26, 2017
It’s not a night out for you if you don’t enjoy a glass of wine! Red is your wine of choice, of course, but it often wreaks havoc on your smile, leaving a tinge of red staining. Now there’s a product claiming to help combat the effects of red wine so you can relax and smile with confidence. But do Wine Wipes really work?
October 18, 2017
Dentistry is capable of life changing procedures! Take for example the story of a man who didn’t brush his teeth for 20 years. His teeth were in a severe state of decay when he finally worked up the courage to visit the dentist. With a strong commitment to a consistent home care routine of brushing and flossing, and some dental implants designed by his highly skilled dentist, this man is now able to smile with confidence and is looking forward to pursuing a career in sports medicine that he never thought would be imaginable. Is a life changing procedure possible for you?