Getting A Temporary Dental Implant? 4 Things To Stop Doing

9 November 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Part of the dental implant process will involve placing a temporary dental implant in your mouth while the permanent crown is being created. It is important to know that there are some things you shouldn't do while you have this temporary implant in place, such as: Don't Bite On Non-Food Items Do you have a nail-biting habit that you just cannot get over, or always find yourself chewing on pen caps while at work? Read More 

Lacking Self-Confidence Now Due To Premature Tooth Loss? How Dental Implants Can Help You Get It Back

10 October 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you're missing your natural teeth, you need to talk to your dentist about dental implants. Even if you have dentures, they're no match for the self-esteem boost you will get when you switch to dental implants. Your self-esteem can take quite a hit when you start losing your permanent teeth, especially if you haven't had them replaced, or you're wearing ill-fitting dentures or partials. Here are just four of the ways dental implants can improve the way you feel about yourself. Read More 

Why Choose Hybrid Dentures And How Do You Maintain Them?

14 September 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have lost a large number of teeth, you may be a candidate for hybrid dentures. Still, these restorative devices are relatively new. Thus, you may know little about them. Here is a bit of information about hybrid dentures to help you better understand them: What Are Hybrid Dentures? Hybrid dentures may also be referred to as fixed removable dentures. They are secured in the mouth by dental implants that are attached to the dentures with screws. Read More 

Caring For Your Mouth And Yourself After A Root Canal: Three Things To Consider

13 August 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Having a root canal performed is one way to care for a diseased tooth. Though the name of the procedure may sound scary, it's a routine option that dentists and endodontists use, and with the right after care, you can once again enjoy a normal life with your teeth. It is important to know how to care for your mouth, as well as yourself, in the days after your procedure. Here are some things you may want to consider: Read More 

How Chewing Tobacco Affects Your Teeth

24 July 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

People chew tobacco for different reasons and it can be trendy depending on the activity. On the other hand, this habit can be very addictive overtime. It is the nicotine that make users become addicted. Chewing is something you do not want to use long term because it can be bad for your oral health. Read on to find out how chewing tobacco affects your teeth. Causes Receding Gums Gum recession is one of the oral problems caused by chewing tobacco. Read More