How Does A Dental Bonding Procedure Work?

24 July 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

After damage to a tooth, your dentist may apply a filling to protect the enamel from further infection. However, you may still have small chips or cracks that you'll want to fill out with dental bonding. Besides improving aesthetics, you can also improve functions with dental bonding. For instance, your tooth has natural contours and curvatures called lingual and facial surfaces. These curvatures provide natural pathways for food while you eat. Read More 

Improve Your Breath: 6 Tips To Help You

26 June 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Bad breath plagues most people, although some may not even realize they have this problem until someone else notices it. A lot of things can cause bad breath, some being from the food you eat, although some can be from poor oral health or other issues. Read on for tips to help improve your breath. Stay Hydrated Dry mouth can be one cause of your bad breath. Harmful bacteria can spread easily in a dry mouth, and it can lead to oral issues including bad breath. Read More 

Considering Veneers? 3 Things To Keep In Mind

28 May 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, veneers may be the solution you are looking for. Veneers are thin shells made up of porcelain or composite that are affixed to the teeth. Veneers can change the color, size, and even shape of your teeth. They are a quick way to drastically change your smile and are a great option if you have stained or chipped teeth. Veneers can even close small gaps and even give slightly crooked teeth the appearance of being straight. Read More 

Why Can’t You Eat Or Drink After A Fluoride Treatment?

25 April 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you visit a family dentist for a cleaning and examination, the dentist might recommend giving you a fluoride. If you go through with this, the dentist will probably tell you not to eat or drink anything for the next 30 to 60 minutes. This is a common recommendation from dentists, and it is an instruction you should follow if you want the fluoride to offer the most protection for your teeth. Read More 

Why Non-Removable Tooth Replacements Rock

25 March 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you have teeth that need replacement, you can go for removable or non-removable options. Removable tooth replacements include partial and complete dentures, while non-removable replacement options include implants and bridges. Whether you choose to go for removable or non-removable options, there will be positives and negatives to each. However, many people agree that non-removable tooth replacements are the better choice. Non-Removable Options Look More Natural Many people prefer options such as dentures because they cost less than non-removal solutions. Read More