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I would like to request:
“I want to eat the things I like but have trouble chewing.”
Dr. Kirk

If this thought has crossed your mind, you are not alone.

Many patients come to us with similar thoughts.

Some are involved in accidents where they lose teeth.

A few never develop their adult teeth.

Some have extensive decay, bone loss, or gum disease that has caused tooth loss.

Several have been very diligent in maintaining their teeth but suffer from broken fillings or broken teeth.

Sometimes, these teeth are beyond repair and have to be removed.

In short, all of these patients have one thing in common: missing teeth that keep them from chewing and eating the foods they like.

If you suffer from any of these problems, then you have found the right place.

Restore your ability to chew

There are many options for replacing teeth to improve your ability to chew the foods you like.

The best way is with dental implants.

Dental implants are the most advanced way to replace your natural teeth.

They look and feel like your natural teeth.

You brush, floss and see your dentist to maintain them.

You can smile with confidence.

Most of all, you can eat the things you like.

What if I have dentures?

Are you dentures loose?

Are denture paste and sticky adhesives not working for you?

Have you been avoiding the foods you love because you can’t chew with your dentures?

If you answer yes to any of these questions, then you might want to consider dental implants.

Dental implants can be used to significantly improve the fit of your denture.

They can reduce or, in many cases, prevent movement of your dentures.

Dental implants can also eliminate your dependence on denture paste and messy adhesives.

Just think, fewer trips to the drug store.

Most importantly, dental implants can anchor your dentures so you can go back to enjoying the foods you have been missing.

How we can help?

My team and I have dedicated ourselves to assisting patients like you.

I have been placing dental implants for over 12 years, and it has become the focal point of my practice.

From one tooth to “Teeth in a Day” (where we replace all teeth), we have assisted patients in regaining their ability to chew and eat the foods they miss.

We work with some of the community’s best restorative dentists to ensure you are in the best hands.

This begins with your consultation and follows through to your final restorative appointment.

If you have missing teeth (or need teeth removed), and are suffering from an inability to chew, give us a call to set up a consultation with my team.

Please ask for Meredith.

She is our team’s implant treatment coordinator and will answer your questions and guide you through the process of renewing your smile.

I look forward to seeing you.



Russell K. Kirk, DDS