Bethesda Dental Implant Center Blog

What’s the Point of Dental Cleanings?

Dentists generally recommend that patients complete routine appointments every six months to a year. If you have more complicated oral issues, you may need to go more often. Many people may opt not to go to the dentist if they…

How Is Sleep Apnea Connected to Oral Health?

If you have trouble sleeping at night, you may consider talking to your dentist. Loud snoring and restless sleep could be a sign of sleep apnea, a potentially dangerous sleeping disorder. A dentist can identify key signs of sleep apnea…

3 Causes of Loose Teeth

Loose teeth are not just a part of some scary reoccurring dream. Teeth don’t naturally become loose all on their own. While children lose their teeth all the time, it is a part of the growth process. As an adult,…

How Does Smoking Affect Oral Health?

Smoking cigarettes is not just a problematic vice. It has numerous consequences for your health, especially your oral health. Even if you have a quality daily oral care routine, you are still at risk of the effects of smoking. Many…

How Often Should I Schedule Dental Appointments?

Dentists typically suggest that patients visit for an appointment every six months. However, every patient is different and has varying oral health needs. We may ask that you visit more frequently if you require additional treatment or are at high…

Missing Teeth FAQs

Do you have one or more missing teeth? Are you looking for the best way to fill the gaps in your smile? We can help. Dr. Roy Eskow of Bethesda Dental Implant Center provides dental restorations for patients whether they…

The Stages of Gum Disease

Are your gums sensitive to hot or cold foods and drinks? Do your gums bleed when you brush your teeth? The team at Bethesda Dental Implant Center can help. Periodontitis, or gum disease, is a common yet highly damaging dental…

Why Choose Dr. Roy Eskow?

Dr. Roy Eskow is an experienced periodontist who helps patients restore the health of their gums. He has years of experience providing patients with restorative care for missing teeth and gum disease. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery and…

What Are All On Four Dental Implants?

Many patients suffer from tooth loss due to gum disease or tooth decay. Some patients may even have both their upper and lower arch of teeth missing. It may seem like receiving replacement teeth can be a lengthy and difficult…

Oral Surgery Treatments in Bethesda MD

At Bethesda Dental Implant Center, we offer a variety of oral surgery treatments for patients in Bethesda, MD. These treatments restore and improve the health of the gum and bone tissue. Patients with missing teeth, signs of gum disease, or…