June 24th, 2011
Summer is finally here, and the team at the Dental Comfort Center thought we’d ask: What’s your favorite part about summer? Is it the warm weather? The free time you get? Spending quality time with friends and family? Grilling barbecue in the backyard? What makes your summer truly special?
Let us know by posting on our Facebook page!
June 17th, 2011
The Dental Comfort Center, your Sioux Falls dentists, are situated around some pretty unique neighborhoods. Each is special with its own personality, created by the people and places (and our amazing patients) living within.
Today, Dr. Dennis Graber, Dr. Aaron Aadland and our team thought we'd ask: What are your favorite things about Sioux Falls? Is there a local event you attend every year? Do you have a favorite eatery? Perhaps a favorite getaway in South Dakota?
Please feel free to share some information about your favorite local hang-outs in Sioux Falls, and everything you love best about “your neck of the woods” in South Dakota.
If you need to schedule your next appointment, give us a call! Have a great week!
June 10th, 2011
According to the American Dental Association, a person's smile outranked eyes, hair and body as the most important physical feature, which is why it's important for our team at the Dental Comfort Center to support National Smile Month this June.
Show off your pearly whites by posting your favorite smile photos on the wall of our Facebook page. We look forward to seeing what you share!
June 4th, 2011
Drs. Dennis Graber and Aaron Aadland understand dry mouth, gum disease, delayed healing and other health issues are all special concerns for our patients with diabetes. But what are your options when infection has weakened teeth beyond repair? In many cases, Drs. Graber and Aadland recommend dental implants as permanent replacements for damaged teeth.
Recent studies of dental implants with diabetic patients show success rates of higher than 90 percent. In the rare case that the implant does not blend properly to the bone, our doctors will remove them and the procedure at the Dental Comfort Center can be repeated. While the process of implantation takes longer than conventional treatments like bridges, the strength and durability of implants make them an excellent long-term solution for your tooth replacement. If you have diabetes and have lost one or more teeth (and your diabetes is under control), you may consider implants. However, if your blood sugar is not controlled, we recommend putting off any non-emergency dental care, including implants, bridgework and dentures – until you’ve worked with your primary care physician to control it.
Otherwise, feel free to give us a call and our staff will try to answer any diabetes-related questions we can.