Why a Root Canal Is Not Something To Fear

Today’s Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS post addresses one of the most feared dental procedures: the infamous root canal. If you are told that you need a root canal, don’t panic. Your dentist recommends this procedure when it is better for your tooth than the alternatives. A successful root canal (or endodontic

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Don’t Let Fear Of The Dentist Compromise Your Oral Health

If you have claustrophobia, you forego cave exploration. If you have acrophobia (fear of heights), you avoid sky diving. In either case, you can live a fulfilling life without joining in these activities. What if you have dentophobia or a fear of the dentist? (Yes, it’s a real thing with an official name.) This is

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How to Kick a Tooth Grinding Habit

Plenty of people all over the world suffer from the habit of grinding their teeth. Some men and women grind their teeth because they are stressed, some people grind their teeth as a coping mechanism, and some men and women grind their teeth in their sleep without realizing it. Don’t Ignore Teeth Grinding Grinding of the

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What’s On Your Dental Wish List?

A cosmetic dental consultation is informative and enjoyable. You’ll have the opportunity to describe your goals and expectations. We Look Forward to Meeting You If this is your first visit to Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS, you’ll discover whether you feel comfortable with Dr. Buchheit and other members of the treatment team.

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3 Smart Smile Solutions

In today’s post, we will focus on three innovative procedures used in smile makeovers. 1. Tooth Implants Tooth implants are changing the face of dentistry. For most patients, a dental implant is a proper solution for a missing tooth. A dental implant is a metal (usual titanium) rod implanted into the bone to replace the

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Say Goodbye To Old Amalgam Fillings

Can you remember what your teeth looked like before you had your first cavity? When you opened your mouth to laugh or yawn, the people with you could see only pearly white molar surfaces. (Unless, of course, you had been munching Oreos.) If you are like many men and women, you started developing tooth decay

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Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS Can Make Your Whites Whiter

Hi, I’m Dr. Martin Buchheit, an experienced Florissant general dentist serving the greater St. Louis area. One of the most common requests I get from my dental patients is whiter teeth. I am happy to say that Florissant dental patients are in luck when it comes to teeth whitening in Missouri, because cosmetic dentistry procedures

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Pregnancy And Oral Health

In today’s Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS blog we will discuss how pregnancy impacts your dental health. I am Dr. Martin Buchheit and I want all expectant Missouri mothers to realize the importance of good oral hygiene during pregnancy. Because of the changes going on in a pregnant woman’s body there are

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Don’t Let A Simple Problem Become Serious

Today in the Koch Park Dental – Martin L. Buchheit, DDS dental blog we are going to discuss those small irritations in the mouth that have the potential to become big problems. Injuries, sores, or inflammation in the mouth can be very uncomfortable. These non-specific irritations, called stomatitis, have many different causes. They may be

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What Does Your Saliva Reveal?

Dentists know that a mouth examination can reveal dilemmas in other parts of the patient’s body. Because many diseases manifest in soft tissues of the mouth or cause pain in the jaw, dentists often refer patients to their medical doctor for further diagnosis when they encounter issues such as inflammation, chronic bad breath, bleeding gums,

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