4 Reasons You Need To Visit Your Dental Hygienist Twice A Year

21 December 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Many people avoid going to the dentist because they believe regular check-ups are unnecessary, especially if they are brushing and flossing regularly. The problem with this is that brushing and flossing simply isn't enough. This is why dental hygienists exist. They are trained to ensure that your teeth are thoroughly cleaned and visiting them twice a year is so important for this reason. Here are four specific reasons why it's so important: Read More 

3 Prosthodontics Options For A Cracked Canine Tooth

6 December 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The canine teeth are the sharp fang-like teeth in the front of your mouth that play an important role in holding the food while your front teeth bite down. A cracked canine tooth can cause you chewing difficulties and self-esteem issues since the tooth is so clearly visible in your mouth when you speak or smile. There are a few prosthodontics that your dentist can potentially use to cover the crack. Read More 

3 Things You Should Know When Considering Dental Implants

17 November 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implants are essentially the most effective replacement option for lost teeth. With proper care, implants can last for decades, restoring your smile and dental function. The procedure for installing implants involves placing a titanium rod into your jaw to support a crown, making for a sturdy, natural-looking tooth. If you're considering getting a dental implant to replace your lost teeth, here are some things you should know.  Bone structure is important Read More 

How to Deal with a Broken Tooth

28 October 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have injured your tooth during a fall or similar accident, you need to address the issue immediately so as to stop the pain and improve your chances of having the tooth repaired. Broken teeth are not only unsightly but also can result in sharp pain while chewing or even injury to your lips. This article will look at steps to take after breaking a piece of your tooth so as to prevent dental complications and restore your dental aesthetics and function. Read More 

Replacing A Missing Tooth With A Dental Implant

11 October 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Do the gaps between your teeth seem to be getting bigger after losing a tooth? The problem might be due to the large space that was left behind after you lost your tooth. Keep in mind that gaps can lead to teeth shifting apart. The information in this article will give you an idea of what to expect if you opt for a dental implant. Getting Your Mouth Thoroughly Examined Read More