5 Types of Dental Fillings

30 December 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Being able to have good teeth is critical to your overall health. You will rely on your teeth throughout every stage of your life. It's important to visit the dentist every six months for a thorough checkup of your teeth and to determine if any decay does exist. If your dentist finds a cavity, you will need to have it filled as soon as possible to prevent further damage.  By knowing the various types of fillings that are available for you, this can keep you well-informed. Read More 

3 Ways To Have An Improved Smile

12 December 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Being proud of your teeth is sure to make you feel more confident and prepared to face the day. However, you simply may not have been born with the teeth that you'd like to have. There are dental procedures that are effective at altering your teeth and giving you a smile that you're proud to have. By knowing what these procedures may be, you can then decide which one is best for you. Read More 

Rooting Out The Problem: Cosmetic Dentistry That Addresses Unerupted Teeth And Buried Roots

20 November 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

There are so many things that can go wrong with teeth and some of them are just downright bizarre. Some people experience unerupted teeth, while others have trauma to their teeth that breaks the crowns off and leaves the roots in the gum tissue. Unless these problems are addressed right away, they can become an oral nightmare for both you and your dentist. Not only will they cause more oral problems and infections, but also an unaesthetic appearance. Read More 

Untreated Gum Disease Can Affect Your Heart

3 November 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you suspect you might have gum disease, it is important to go to a dentist to have him or her evaluate your mouth as soon as possible. Gum disease will not only cause issues with your mouth, but it can also lead to issues with your heart. To understand why this happens, it is important to understand how gum disease develops in a person's mouth. Here are two things to know about this. Read More 

Simple Dos And Don’ts To Follow Once You Have Dental Implants Put In

16 October 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you are going to be getting dental implants, you want to learn all about what you should do to heal quickly after the procedure. You also want to get informed about the things you should avoid that can cause you to experience more discomfort or prolong the healing process. This article will provide you with advice on the dos and don'ts when you have dental implants put in. What you DO want to do – Read More