Having Your Teeth Whitened? Know What To Do To Keep Them Looking Great

14 May 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you are planning to have a professional teeth whitening procedure done, you'll likely want to take steps to keep your smile nice and bright for a long time. That's why it helps to know what you should be doing after leaving the dentist's office to maintain that nice shade of white teeth. Brush More Often Did your teeth become discolored due to a lack of brushing? If so, you'll want to change your ways and make sure that brushing becomes a regular part of your daily routine. Read More 

Bleeding Gums? Two Things To Know About This Problem

5 April 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you feel pain or discomfort in your jaw, teeth, or gums, you may try to ignore the problem to avoid going to the dentist. However, gums that start to bleed are an indication that something is could be wrong. Bleeding gums are a problem, but they are not one that you need to live with forever. Your dentist can help make your gums better and become pain-free once again. Here are two things to know about this dental-related problem. Read More 

Children’s Oral Health-Tips To Help Avoid Cavities

11 March 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Tooth decay is a common occurrence among children of all ages. Unfortunately, cavities not only lead to pain and possible tooth loss, but they also set children up for a future of oral health problems. Tooth decay contains bacteria that may spread from under teeth and into the surrounding gum tissues, which can cause inflammation and possibly an abscess. It can be challenging to figure out the best way to care for your children's teeth and gums, and as a result, many parents underestimate the importance of maintaining good dental health and the importance of routine visits to a pediatric dentist. Read More 

The 411 On Cosmetic Bonding

7 February 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Your smile is important. While it helps you eat, chew, and speak, your smile also plays a large role in your appearance and self-confidence. Therefore, you should want your smile to be both healthy and appealing. Thankfully, cosmetic bonding offers a solution that may be suited to your imperfect smile's needs. This guide and your dentist will help you understand the bonding process and how it can benefit your smile. Read More 

What Is A 34 Crown?

10 January 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a severely damaged tooth that has been either broken, chipped, or cracked, then some sort of device needs to be created to protect the damaged portions of the tooth. This is where dental crowns come in. They are used to cap the tooth and to retain its strength so that the tooth does not need to be removed in the future. And, while full crowns are the most common, your dentist may decide to fit you with something called a 3/4 crown. Read More