Five Reasons to Replace A Missing Back Tooth

2017-06-27T12:06:24+00:00 August 1st, 2017|

Dental implants are the best way to replace missing teeth. Implants are placed in the jawbone under the gums in order to secure dentures and crowns. This allows them to act more like natural teeth. They are very strong and you should be able to eat anything you like when you have a dental implant [...]

Teeth in One Day Treatment an Innovative Procedure Available For You

2018-02-06T08:04:07+00:00 May 1st, 2017|

A missing tooth or worse several missing teeth at one time is not an enjoyable experience. Overcoming pain, if there is any, is the easy part. The self-consciousness makes smiling impossible. After a while, gummed food loses its flavor. Not to mention sharp edges, cut. You avoid eating publicly at all costs. Your quality of [...]

Precision Dental Implants: The Treatment for Missing Teeth

2017-04-12T06:43:24+00:00 April 1st, 2017|

Life's greatest moments are often accompanied by a smile. Whether it's a graduation, a birthday, or simply a nice night out with a loved one, your smile can say a lot about your confidence. Fortunately, with the assistance of Commonwealth Prosthodontics, having that perfect smile to enjoy life's greatest pleasures is an achievable goal. Commonwealth [...]

The Benefits of Composite Fillings

2017-02-20T09:56:12+00:00 March 1st, 2017|

If you have a cavity and need a filling, but would like to maintain a natural appearance, Commonwealth Prosthodontics offers composite fillings. Tooth- colored, or composite, fillings keep your teeth looking natural and can enhance your smile. You can even smile without anyone knowing you ever had a cavity or a filling. Benefits Composite fillings are strong [...]

Patient Testimonial on Precision Implant Dentures

2018-02-06T07:57:59+00:00 February 20th, 2017|

Bill Hawk and his wife came to Commonwealth Prosthodontics in Richmond, Virginia, one at a time with the same request: I had hoped that my teeth would stay with me, but they’re giving me trouble. I don’t want to wear loose dentures. I do want to chew and converse normally -- and maintain my Baby [...]

Commonwealth Prosthodontics Offers “Precision Implant Dentures”

2017-02-09T06:30:37+00:00 January 1st, 2017|

At Commonwealth Prosthodontics, we offer exceptional patient care, state-of-the-art equipment and a complete range of dental services which is why our practice is recognized as one of the most professional and compassionate dental practices in Richmond. We are always current on the latest technology so we can offer our patients the newest and most comfortable [...]

Are You a Candidate for Precision Implant Dentures?

2017-02-09T06:29:36+00:00 December 6th, 2016|

Commonwealth Prosthodontics exclusively offers Precision Implant Dentures, a cutting-edge treatment option for implant-retained overdenture candidates. It is a very appealing option for baby boomers who focus on their quality of care, health and wellness, and the aesthetics of their dental options. You may currently be unhappy with messy and uncomfortable adhesives which inadequately retain your [...]

Commonwealth Prosthodontics Introduces Precision Implant Dentures

2017-02-09T06:28:26+00:00 November 15th, 2016|

Commonwealth Prosthodontics Introduces Precision Implant Dentures Commonwealth Prosthodontics and Dr. David M. Schleider are pleased to offer a new technology for our implant-retained overdenture patients: Precision Implant Dentures. Implant-retained overdentures are a popular, state-of-the-art treatment for our patients with edentulism, or lack of teeth. What Are the Benefits of Implant-Retained Overdentures? Overdentures are [...]

Noah Galloway’s Dentally Dangerous Dancing

2016-10-12T12:52:03+00:00 August 24th, 2016|

For anyone else, having a tooth accidentally knocked out while practicing a dance routine would be a very big deal. But not for Dancing With The Stars contestant Noah Galloway. Galloway, an Iraq War veteran and a double amputee, took a kick to the face from his partner during a recent practice session, which knocked out a front tooth. [...]