Your Complete Denture Will Need to Be Cleaned Daily

The complete denture provided for you by the dental restoration specialists at Kenneth Klassen, D.D.S. was designed to replace the basic function and appearance of your missing teeth. Maintaining the removable dental appliance each day will help preserve its full function, help prevent bad breath, and ensure a comfortable fit... Read more »

Treating Gum Disease

Because gum disease is not always painful you may not even know that you have it. And unless you are experiencing some of more serious symptoms, you may be tempted to put off seeing the dentist if you notice it. But gum disease is a serious dental health issue, and... Read more »

Dental Trauma Can Cause Toothache Pain

Sometimes an accidental fall or other household accident can cause a blow to the face. While this can certainly traumatize the soft tissues in your mouth, it is also possible to harm one of your teeth without immediately noticing it. If you experience a toothache a few days after the... Read more »

Small Cavities Can Often Be Repaired with a Simple Dental Filling

Poor oral hygiene habits can alter the environment in your mouth. This can cause a buildup of plaque acids and an increased presence of bacteria. When this happens your teeth are at heightened risk of suffering a cavity or other tooth decay complications. Typical symptoms of a tooth suffering from... Read more »

What Should I do for a Toothache?

At some point, many of us have or will experience a toothache. Much of the time, a cavity is the reason for the pain. But toothaches can be caused by sensitive teeth, thin tooth enamel, or a cracked tooth. The cause may also be an abscess, which is an infection... Read more »

Dentures, Dental Bridges, and Dental Implants

Dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants are three highly effective forms of tooth replacement treatment that seeks to improve your smile by filling in the voids in your mouth. If left untreated, the gaps can cause other teeth to move and be pockets for bacteria to thrive in. The benefits... Read more »

Are the Foods You Are Eating Causing Your Teeth to Suffer?

A healthy smile begins with a healthy foundation. Eating a balanced diet, brushing at least twice a day and flossing at least once, along with keeping regular professional dental checkups and cleanings will help to build a healthy smile. Certain foods are better for your teeth than others, and today... Read more »

Are Dental Sealants Necessary for Safe Smiles?

Are dental sealants necessary for safe smiles? Although effective brushing and flossing routines are vital for a healthy smile, dental sealants can be used as an additional layer of protection for your teeth. Not only are they extremely beneficial in fighting against cavities, but they remain clear on your teeth... Read more »

Keep Your Smile in Tip-Top Shape While Traveling By Avoiding Dental Emergencies

One of the worst things that could happen while you’re on vacation is a dental emergency. No one wants a throbbing tooth and smile that puts a damper on the entire trip. This is why it’s important to do what you can to avoid dental emergencies at all costs. To... Read more »

A Removable Partial Can Replicate the Function and Presence of Multiple Missing Teeth

Having missing teeth can severely impact your ability to chew food and it can even affect your appearance. To address a problem like this without the use of oral surgery, Dr. Kenneth Klassen or Dr. Wendy Quiroz might recommend fitting you for a removable partial denture. This is essentially a... Read more »