Columbus GA Dentist Blog

Should I Get Porcelain Veneers or Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns and dental veneers are both reliable methods for tooth restoration, enhancing your natural smile and offering protection for your teeth. There are some differences between these two treatment options, and the best choice depends on your situation. Dr.…

Who is At Risk of Oral Cancer?

Over 50,000 people are diagnosed every year with oral cancer. Remaining vigilant in the fight against oral cancer is essential to preventing it. Oral Cancer Awareness Month is recognized every April, but we should be aware of the signs and…

Teeth Whitening Treatments with Dr. Caves

Your life will have big moments when you’ll want to look and feel your best. Everyone loves a healthy, attractive smile, but maybe you’re self-conscious about showing off your smile? Maybe your pearly whites aren’t looking so pearly or white…

Are Bleeding Gums A Sign of Gum Disease?

Some patients notice bleeding gums during routine brushing and flossing. If this is the case, bleeding gums are not normal. Bleeding gums is one of the most common signs of gum disease, a bacterial infection of the gums. Early diagnosis…

All-On-Four Dentures in Columbus, GA

You can restore your smile with a simple but life-changing procedure in just one visit to our Columbus, GA dentist office. Dr. Albert Caves offers a revolutionary treatment that combines dental implant technology and dentures to replace a full arch…

Why Do Patients Love Dental Implants?

Have you lost teeth or have damaged teeth due to tooth decay or gum disease?  Maybe you even had an accident or injury that cost you a tooth? Dental implants can be the ideal choice for tooth replacement for adults…

Celebrating National Dentist’s Day

Did you know that there was such a thing as National Dentist's Day? This year, it will be celebrated on March 6th, 2021. We are looking forward to this day to recognize the hard work of our dental staff and…

How Can I Prevent Cavities?

Cavities are holes in teeth that are created by bacteria. If you have a cavity, it may be difficult to chew. You may also feel tooth pain and sensitivity to hot and cold foods and beverages. Although cavities are more…

Do I Need My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Wisdom teeth are the last adult teeth to grow in the rear of the mouth. Also known as the "third molars", wisdom teeth can cause problems for some patients if they do not have enough room to emerge. Many patients…

Dental Crown Q&A

Dental crowns are a versatile treatment option that addresses cosmetic and restorative dental issues. As a dental tool, they can be used to fix a cracked or broken tooth or cover a misshapen or discolored tooth. Crowns can also serve…