Month: January 2018

The Benefits Of Dental Implants

When you lose a tooth, it can make you feel embarrassed about your smile’s appearance. Losing a tooth can also negatively impact your abilities to bite, chew, and speak. A lost tooth can also contribute to deterioration of your jawbone. A dental implant can provide benefits to a smile that has lost a tooth. A… Read more »

Root Canal Treatment: Why?

A toothache can be caused by a wide range of different reasons from a cavity to a broken tooth even to sinus issues. When a toothache is caused by inflammation and infection inside of your tooth’s inner pulp, a root canal treatment may become necessary to save your tooth. The words “root canal” can create a… Read more »

Why Do I Brush My Teeth Before Bed?

Good oral hygiene is the most important part of keeping a healthy smile. Good oral hygiene includes a brushing and flossing at least twice a day, drinking plenty of water, healthy nutrition, and dental visits every six months for an exam and a cleaning. While not every problem in your mouth’s health can be prevented… Read more »

Help! I Have Dental Anxiety!

If you get nervous at the very thought of going to see the dentist, you are not alone. Many Americans get dental anxiety. Fear and anxiety can cause people to skip important visits to their dentist, which keeps them from receiving preventative care and helpful treatment. Because of this, dental anxiety can actually increase the… Read more »

Is Bonding Right For My Smile?

If your smile makes you insecure because you have damaged, chipped, or cracked teeth, cosmetic dental bonding could be a good option for you. Dental bonding is a composite resin applied directly to your tooth. The resin is then shaped to your desired shape and size. The bonding material is color-matched to your other teeth to… Read more »