Get Teeth In A Day In Scottsdale, And Remove Those Annoying Dentures

Get Teeth In A Day In Scottsdale, And Remove Those Annoying Dentures

Get Teeth In A Day In Scottsdale, And Remove Those Annoying Dentures

A few years ago you decided that it was in your best interest to get prosthetic dentures because you had either missing teeth or teeth that were damaged. At first, everything seemed to be going rather well. You probably had to make some adjustments to your dentures from time to time, but that was expected, right?

Unfortunately, as time went on, you started to find that your dentures were causing you pain or they were coming apart. You would use adhesives, but eventually you felt that it was best to just remove your dentures every time you wanted to eat something.

You would only put your dentures into your mouth whenever you had to go into a public place. If you did eat in public, you would often feel embarrassed because of your dentures. You stopped laughing as much as you usually did because you were nervous about your dentures falling out.

Does any of this describe your life? If so, you should definitely do something about your inability to lead the life you want because of your dentures. At My Scottsdale Dentist, getting teeth in a day in Scottsdale can give you a natural-looking set of teeth in one single visit.

Dr. Steven Poulos and Dr. Sid Stevens understand that there is not a one-size-fits all for replacing someone's permanent teeth. At the consultation, every person's situation will be taken into account. If the All-on-4 solution seems to fit your situation and circumstance, it will likely be recommended to you. If there are other concerns or if the All-on-4 solution does not seem to be the best solution, a better solution will be recommended.

If you feel that something needs to be done to your teeth, you should no longer ignore that feeling. Contact us today for a consultation to discuss the best solution for you.

Post Date: July 27, 2015

Can You Actually “Catch” Cavities?

Can You Actually "Catch" Cavities?

We've all been told how important preventative dental care is. Regular check ups, brushing and flossing are things our parents instilled in us from the time we were young.

We've also been told over and over again how to keep our teeth healthy. You've probably been told that you shouldn't eat sugary things too often because it's bad for your teeth. Maybe you've cut down on soda, hard candies, or your favorite chocolate bar to save yourself from cavities. However, did you know that you can actually "catch" cavities from someone else's mouth? wrote an article about how contagious cavities actually are. You might be surprised to find out that the bacteria that cause cavities can transfer from mouth to mouth. This can happen via kissing, sharing food, or even feeding your little ones after you've tasted a bite to make sure it's not too hot. Not only do you have to watch your own oral hygiene, but you also have to watch the hygiene of those around you. If not, you could end up with cavities when you have worked so hard to fend them off. Preventative Dental care is not just about your own dental health.

The good news is that by practicing good preventative dental care with regular brushing, flossing, and visits to your dentist, you can keep your teeth in excellent health. Dr. Steven Poulos and Dr. Sid Stevens will work with you to make sure your smile is exactly what you want it to be. Whether that means regular dental checkups, veneers, or teeth whitening, My Scottsdale Dentist wants to help you have the best smile and the healthiest teeth.

If you are looking for a new family dentist, or for Cosmetic Dentistry in Scottsdale, AZ, please contact us to schedule an appointment. We are a full service family dental practice working with patients of all ages. We look forward to seeing you.

Post Date: July 13, 2015

All-on-4 Implants

All-on-4 Implants

Years ago if you had dentures everyone knew it. All-on-4 Implants also known as  teeth in a day are a wonderful way to improve your appearance and restore your facial features overnight. Today you can have a beautiful set of new teeth that are natural looking, feel and function like real teeth. Isn't it time that you have the gorgeous smile you have been dreaming of?

This revolutionary technique provides new hope for those who wear dentures.

A Good Alternative to Dentures

Teeth in a day use all four implants attached at a 45 degree angle. The jaw strength increases because they use your bone for natural support. The teeth in a day procedure requires no bone grafting which eliminates painful discomfort.

All-on-4 Implants replacement for Dentures


Upper dentures have a better fit than lower dentures however, both require time for them to 'bed-in'. Regardless of how precise the fitting, the lower dentures never attain a secure feel.

  • Dentures cause irritation especially when eating
  • Must practice learning to speak
  • Coughing, yawning or sneezing may cause possible dislodgment
  • Requires special cleanser


All-on-4 Implants


You clean them like natural teeth because they are permanent. No more using messy gels, pastes or adhesives.

Extremely comfortable because they are not pressing down on your gums

Allow you to experience hot, cold and enjoy the taste of your food. Now you can enjoy all your favorite foods and with a forceful bite. No more sideways chewing or using side or back teeth

  • Prevent bone deterioration
  • Speaking comes naturally


With a 98% success rate the benefits of All-on-4 implants outweigh the disadvantages of dentures. Whether you are taking pictures, attending a wedding or want to improve your appearance, you can have teeth in a day and feel good doing it.

Dr. Steven Poulos and Sid Stevens are cosmetic dentists with more than 20 years of experience. They take pride in helping their patients and will take time to answer all your questions and concerns. Located in Scottsdale, AZ, the staff at My Scottsdale Dentist are friendly and will give you a warm welcome. For more information about our products and services contact us today.

Post Date: July 6, 2015