Don't Let a Missing Tooth Hold You Back in Life

  • 2 Ways You Can Save Money On Your Dental Work

    24 February 2017

    Almost everyone is looking for ways to save money. Budgeting it an important part of any families life, and so something like expensive dental work can be frustrating for many people. You might be wondering what you can do to prevent getting expensive dental procedures done. Here are some tips. 1. Go To The Dentist More Often This may seem counterintuitive, but if you want to save money, you should go to the dentist more often, not less often.

  • 3 Tips For Parents To Help Their Child Care For Their Teeth

    24 February 2017

    It is no secret that children have a hard time caring for their teeth. Parents might take their child to the dentist often and become discouraged with the decay and the problems the child is experiencing. Luckily, there are some things that the parent can do to ensure that the child is properly caring for their dental hygiene. Here are some tips. 1. Parents Brush For The Child Until The Child Is Older

  • 3 Questions To Ask Before Scheduling A Cosmetic Dentistry Procedure

    24 February 2017

    Cosmetic dentistry procedures can be a great way to improve the appearance of your smile. Specifically, cosmetic procedures include anything from teeth whitening to dental veneers. If you're unhappy with your smile, certainly there are cosmetic dentistry options to help you get the smile you've always wanted. Before you schedule a procedure with your cosmetic dentist, however, there are a few questions worth asking. Is it Covered By Insurance? First and foremost, be aware that most cosmetic dental procedures will not be covered by your dental insurance company.

  • Frequently Asked Questions About A Tooth Concussion

    27 January 2017

    When you hear the word "concussion," chances are you automatically think about a traumatic brain injury. However, did you know that your teeth can also suffer from a concussion? A tooth concussion is a common ailment that requires immediate attention, especially if you have suffered an injury to your jaw or face. Here are a few frequently asked questions you might have about a tooth concussion: What Is a Tooth Concussion?

  • 4 Advantages Of Dental Crowns

    4 January 2017

    Many people are familiar with what it takes to achieve a white, bright and healthy smile. But while dentists everywhere implore their patients to brush their teeth twice a day, floss regularly and avoid eating too many sugary foods, even the most careful person can sometimes be afflicted by a chipped or decaying tooth. Fortunately, dental crowns are a convenient solution to many such problems. Take a look below to discover just four benefits dental crowns can provide the average person.

  • Understanding What Can Happen When A Root Canal Is Avoided

    7 December 2016

    Some people have strong emotions when a dentist tells them they need a major dental treatment like a root canal. Root canals are feared and individuals will often put them off for as long as possible. If you need a root canal due to an infection in your tooth, then you should know that it is a mistake to wait to have the root canal completed. Very serious complications can arise.

  • The Four Advantages Of Dental Implants Over Dentures And Bridges

    7 December 2016

    When people lose teeth, it can be a difficult decision to decide whether to get dental implants, partial dentures, or bridges to replace the missing teeth. While all three methods can help restore the appearance of your smile, dental implants are the best choice. Here are four reasons why you should pick dental implants over any other option. No Daily Effort Partial dentures require a lot of daily effort to get them set up for your day.

  • 2 Tips To Help Extend The Life Of Your Cantilever Bridge

    18 November 2016

    Going years with missing or damaged teeth can mess up your self-esteem. Dental bridges are often installed as a way to correct this issue. A cantilever bridge is one of the more common types of dental bridges that are used. This bridge is designed to be used for years without any issues. However, a cantilever bridge will eventually fail. How long the bridge remains healthy depends on well you take care of it.

  • 2 Natural And Child-Friendly Juices To Help Alleviate Your Child's Tooth Grinding If They Have A Fractured Cusp

    28 October 2016

    Tooth grinding and a tooth fracture are one of the worst possible mixes. Often times when your child is grinding their teeth, this action will result in a number of small chips and cracks. However, if they have already suffered a fractured cusp, then this will only make the fracture worse. This happens because a fractured cusp is a crack that is located towards the surface of your child's teeth. This makes it easy for the crack to spread towards their gum line when any amount of pressure is applied to it.

  • Questions About Sedation Dentistry

    12 October 2016

    If you feel nervous and anxious at the thought of having a dental procedure, you are not alone. Many people suffer from dental anxiety. As a result, sedation dentistry is available to help ease your discomfort. Here are a few questions and answers about sedation dentistry to help you better understand how it can be used to meet your needs: Does sedation dentistry render you unconscious? Sedation that is used in dentistry can make you feel sleepy, but unlike general anesthesia, it does not render you unconscious.