3 Unusual Reasons For Dental Pain

28 February 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Most causes of dental pain can be uncovered when you visit your family dentist. Common problems such as tooth sensitivity, enamel erosion, or infection can lead to pain. However, there are other, less common causes. Here are three unusual reasons for your dental pain and what you can do about them: Nasal Polyps If you have nasal polyps, you may experience dental pain, especially on the top row of your teeth. Read More 

Oral Treatments Your Local Orthodontist Can Provide You

31 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When issues and problems arise in your jaw, teeth, or their alignment, a professional orthodontist can help you restore your smile and repair the problem. Here are some treatments your local orthodontist can use to help you or your family member. Correct Teeth Crowding An orthodontist treats many types of problems, but one of the main services they deal with is with the treatment of crooked and overcrowded teeth. Overcrowding occurs when there is not enough space in your mouth for all the teeth to grow in and position properly. Read More 

4 Things You Need To Know About A Dental Emergency

8 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When it comes to your mouth, it helps to know what qualifies as a dental emergency. Knowing what qualifies as a dental emergency will help you take appropriate action should you ever experience a dental emergency yourself. What Counts as A Dental Emergency First, you need to understand what counts as a dental emergency. A dental emergency occurs when you are experiencing a dental situation that is causing your pain and discomfort that may be accompanied by swelling. Read More 

Cosmetic Dental Applications To Transform The Mouth

7 December 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you are planning to change your appearance, one of the best places to start is your mouth. Your teeth have a significant impact on the overall look of your face.  People with teeth that are misaligned, missing, or discolored may improve the look of their smile through cosmetic dentistry. Here are a few cosmetic dental issues and the applications that can help correct them: Misalignment Dental misalignments are common. Even if the teeth are not crooked enough to cause chewing or speaking problems, the misalignment can make the teeth look less attractive. Read More 

Men With Sensitive, Weak Teeth: How Do You Make Your Teeth Stronger?

11 November 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you cringe in pain every time you sip or eat something cold, you might think you have a cavity in your tooth. You could actually have sensitive tooth enamel. Tooth enamel can lose minerals over time, especially if you drink and eat acidic things during the day. The loss of minerals weakens your enamel until it becomes sensitive to different stimuli, including cold temperatures. You can protect your enamel with the tips below. Read More