Dr. Robin Rutherford discusses not only the importance of keeping all of your teeth but also what you should do if you lose any of them, and why a dental implant might be your best option.
Gum Disease – what is it and how can it be treated? In this video segment, Dr. Rutherford discusses the two misconceptions and one big lie revolving around gum disease.
No amount of gum bleeding is okay! Any bleeding that occurs when brushing or flossing could likely be gum disease – learn more about the tools dentists use to treat this unique infection!
Dr. Rutherford explains the denture and implant procedures and why in some cases, dental implants become imperative. Don’t wait until it’s too late to get this procedure – learn more in our video!
Many people experience some form of anxiety when going to the dentist. Whether it’s from the sound of the drills, the smell of a dental office, or the fear of pain – Dr. Rutherford can help! Learn more about the benefits of oral conscious sedation in our video segment below.
In this week’s ‘Ageless Beauty’ segment, Dr. Rutherford shares some of the latest general dentistry concepts. He focuses on wisdom teeth and why many of us have to get them removed. Learn more about this dental issue in our video below.
Dr Rutherford discusses what it takes to be an accomplished cosmetic dentist – staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in technology, dental treatments and educational courses. Learn more in this video segment!
Using the latest technology and computer imaging, Dr. Rutherford is able to show patients what their new smile will look like prior to undergoing any dental treatment!
Some consider this procedure the “best kept secret in dentistry”! In this video segment, Dr. Rutherford discusses the astounding benefits of dental implants as well as implant supported dentures and the important role they play in both dental health and beauty.
Many people suffer from regular headaches and upper body pain without even realizing that it is due to them grinding their teeth while they sleep. In this video, Dr. Rutherford discusses how bruxism can cause a lot of wear on a person’s teeth, eventually changing a person’s facial structure and leading to premature aging.