Dr. Peter Pagano Offers Free Brunch and Workshop On How Midlife Dentistry Can Save You Thousands on Crowns, Bridges, Veneers and Implants
October 20, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsSt Louis, MO. October 13, 2008. In a free workshop open to the public on Saturday, November 15, 2008, Dr. Peter J. Pagano will explain the top reasons for Midlife Dentistry. This is not a recognized specialty in dentistry. Rather, it is a protocol developed by Dr. Pagano after thirty years of experience and research into the best ways to ensure that cosmetic dental work lasts, does not interfere with natural chewing function, or create a structural imbalance leading to pain.
Some top reasons Midlife Dentistry can save you on your cosmetic dental work are:
Your head, neck and jaw are balanced so that your cosmetic dental work is sitting on a sound structure. This saves you from redoing procedures.
As you age your teeth wear down, often causing an uneven bite. This can lead to unexplained pain in the head and neck area. If not addressed, you may have to redo cosmetic dental work. Worse, you may seek medical treatment for pain that has been caused by your cosmetic work.
The health of your teeth and gums are viewed as part of an interrelated structure of your head, neck and jaw. A comprehensive program ensures the outcome of natural chewing and the alignment of your cosmetic work with your structure.
All procedures are done under one roof and overseen by one doctor. This allows treatment programs to be completed in fewer visits, as multiple procedures can be performed in a single visit.
"Too often patients come to me after getting cosmetic work that was done over misalignment of the head, neck or jaw. This often leads to unexplained headaches due to a basic malfunction that was only made worse by veneers, bridges or crowns," said Dr. Pagano.
Also in this lecture, Dr. Pagano will explain how Midlife Dentistry addresses common issues such as:
1.Thinning of your lips.
2. Wrinkles or sagging around your mouth and jaw.
3. A wearing down of your teeth causing your chin to get closer to your nose.
4. You avoid chewing on one side of your mouth.
5. You have missing or cracked teeth.
6. You don't smile for pictures anymore.
7. You noticed facial pain with increased pressure in your head and sinuses.
8. You put your hand over your mouth when you smile.
9. You notice your smile is getting crooked as teeth wear down unevenly.
10. You've had an increase in root canals, especially on one side of your mouth.
11. You have neck and low back pain that creates inactivity.
12. There's now a dark line between your crown and your gum line.
The complementary workshop/brunch is from 10:00 am to noon on Saturday, November 15th. Pre-registration is required. Location details will be provided at pre-registration. contact Briana Addison at 314 288 0052 or email her at email@example.com.