Patient Resources

Common Questions

Will Dr. Oser see my kids and grandparents?

Yes! As a true family dentist, Dr. Oser sees patients of all ages. Together, Dr. Oser and our hygienists show kids how dental visits can be fun and rewarding. Children, teens, adults, and seniors benefit from Dr. Oser’s expertise and array of innovative dental services. We treat each patient as an individual, and we’re happy to learn about their unique situation at any age!

Does your office offer orthodontics?

Dr. Oser is a certified Invisalign provider. This orthodontic treatment is perfect for adults (age 18 and over) who would like to straighten their teeth without the hassle of metal braces. Visit Dr. Oser for a consultation to learn if Invisalign is right for you.

Can you replace my metal crowns and fillings?

Metal crowns and fillings can detract from an otherwise attractive smile. If you’re concerned about old, dark dental work, talk to Dr. Oser about modern, tooth-colored alternatives. With our CEREC machine, we can create beautiful, all-ceramic crowns, inlays, and onlays right in our office, in about an hour. This revolutionary technology allows patients with metal dental work to replace their restorations in a single visit!

What are my options to replace missing teeth?

You have many options to replace one or more missing teeth. Dr. Oser may recommend a porcelain bridge, a partial or complete denture, or dental implants. These options have different risks and benefits and can be customized according to the location of your missing tooth/teeth. As an implant dentist, Dr. Oser places and restores dental implants – artificial tooth roots that anchor replacement teeth. Implants offer provide patients with a permanent, stable solution .Visit us for a consultation to learn which option is right for you!

My gums bleed when I brush. Should I be concerned?

Bleeding gums can stem from a variety of issues, but usually it’s a sign of a problem. Gum disease is a leading cause of red, swollen, and bleeding gums and should be taken seriously. Once gum disease reaches an advanced stage, it begins to eat away gum and bone tissue and can lead to permanent tooth loss. Gum disease has also been linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and pregnancy complications. At our Keller practice, Dr. Oser offers non-surgical treatments to eradicate gum disease and restore oral health.

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