March 15th, 2019
Drs. Barbara Fueredi and David Clary will tell you that while you are sleep, your mouth may be very active. If you find yourself waking up with headaches, facial pain, neck aches, or a sore jaw, you may have tooth grinding, a condition we also call bruxism.
We see many people who experience some extent of tooth grinding, but a very small percentage of the population actually experiences symptoms severe enough to warrant visiting a doctor. If you continually experience any of the symptoms listed above, we encourage you to give us a call at our Naples, FL office so that we may be able to diagnose and treat the problem.
The most common treatments include:
- Reducing your stress level to help relax your jaw muscles and prevent grinding
- A custom-made night guard to cushion your teeth and protect them from damage
- Changing your eating habits. Coffee, tea, or alcohol before bed can increase your chance of nightly grinding
- If your jaw or teeth are misaligned, Drs. Barbara Fueredi and David Clary may also recommend a brace to decrease grinding.
Grinding your teeth can have serious consequences that, if left untreated, can lead to tooth fractures and damage to the TMJ (temporomandibular joint).
If you think your teeth may not be getting the rest they need at night, we encourage you to give us a call and schedule an appointment with Drs. Barbara Fueredi and David Clary. Call us today!
March 8th, 2019
Having a nice, bright smile can affect the way you look, and in turn, improve how you feel about yourself. With the help of Drs. Barbara Fueredi and David Clary to provide you with a whitening treatment, you won’t have to be afraid to show your smile any longer.
It’s been shown that the first thing people typically notice is a person’s smile. Though many people don’t like to admit it, humans often judge others first on their looks.
Over time, your teeth may become stained from foods and beverages. Teeth-whitening techniques can be an effective solution to restore confidence in your smile and your life. Our team is here to help you regain your smile with brightened teeth that have been affected by wear.
Your smile can affect:
- Personal and work-related relationships
- Job interviews and meetings
- Success dealing with customers and potential clients
- Your confidence and general happiness
- Overall outlook on daily interactions
Regaining confidence in your smile can be helpful in all these areas of your life and more. If you think your smile has been holding you back, it may be beneficial to restore your white teeth with the help of Clary & Fueredi Prosthodontics & General Dentistry.
If you’re interested in enhancing your smile, feel free to reach out to our Naples, FL office and we will be happy to go over the whitening options we provide.
March 1st, 2019
At Clary & Fueredi Prosthodontics & General Dentistry, we have been creating beautiful smiles for years. Whether you have visited Drs. Barbara Fueredi and David Clary and our team for a week or for your entire life, we would love to hear your thoughts about your experience! In fact, we encourage you to leave a few words for us below or on our Facebook page!
We look forward to reading your feedback!
February 22nd, 2019
With advancements in prosthetic dentistry, patients are now able to wear dentures that are comfortable, natural looking, and long lasting. There are different options to choose from that will meet your individual needs, whether you have a few teeth missing or have lost all of your teeth. Drs. Barbara Fueredi and David Clary will be able to help you decide which denture option is best for you.
Patients who receive partial dentures have some of their original teeth still in place and therefore only need a partial to replace the missing teeth and keep their existing teeth from moving. It also makes sense that patients need them to be able to eat comfortably. All dentures are made from porcelain or plastic and are made with comfort in mind.
If you have suffered from complete tooth loss, you would typically receive complete dentures. Immediately after you have your teeth extracted you will leave the dentist office with a set of temporary dentures. These will be worn for a few months while your mouth heals. After this initial wait time, your conventional or permanent dentures will be ready to be fitted.
Implant-supported dentures involve a more invasive procedure, but are also permanent. A select number of implants are placed into the jaw. The denture is then attached to the implant posts. You will be able to chew normally and maintain normal dental hygiene, like brushing and flossing.
Drs. Barbara Fueredi and David Clary will be able to advise on which kind of denture would be the best based on your individual needs. Contact our Naples, FL office to schedule an appointment!