How To Take Great Care Of Your Dental Implants

5 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Having dental implants inserted into your jaw is the premier way to replace missing teeth. Once your dentist mounts crowns on the implants, the only ones who will be able to tell the implanted teeth are not real are you and your dentist. If you want your implants to remain in immaculate condition, however, you will need to take good care of them -- which you can accomplish by following these guidelines. Read More 

How To Tell If You Have A Cavity

10 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you haven't had a cavity as an adult, then you may not have the first clue about what they feel like. As one of the most common oral conditions, the good thing about cavities is that they are easy to treat with a dental filling. But how can you tell if you need to go in to see your dentist for a cavity or if it's something that should clear up on its own? Read More 

The Three Major Stages Of Getting A Tooth Replacement Dental Implant

14 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Getting a dental implant will provide you with one of the longest-lasting and most realistically functioning and looking tooth replacements out there. If you're wondering what the process is like to get a dental implant, you should know that there are three major steps once the ball is rolling and you and your dental implant treatment specialist have planned to set you up with dental implants. Here are the next three steps you'll be going through, from start to finish. Read More 

4 Pros And Cons Of Getting Porcelain Veneers

22 August 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Thanks to the ever-evolving world of cosmetic dentistry, there are more and more procedures you can undergo to obtain a more beautiful and healthy smile. If you have a few cosmetic concerns with your front teeth, you may be considering porcelain veneers because of how they can transform your smile. However, veneers may not be the right choice for everyone, so check out these four pros and cons of getting porcelain veneers. Read More 

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