Dental Situations That Require Prompt Treatment

19 April 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a dental emergency, the prompt treatment of your oral condition is important. Here are a few situations that are often considered to be dental emergencies and why their treatment should not be postponed.  A Dislodged Tooth The dislodging of a tooth can easily happen when a tooth incurs a great amount of pressure, such as that from a blow to the mouth. Once the tooth is knocked from its socket, the blood vessels within the pulp of the tooth are no longer receiving blood, and the tooth begins to die. Read More 

Three Things You Can Do To Keep Cavities Away

19 March 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When it is time for your next dental services appointment, the last thing you want to hear from your dentist is that you have cavities. Brushing, flossing, and having regular dental cleanings all help reduce the occurrence of cavities, but there is more that you can do. Check out a few simple lifestyle changes that will minimize your chances of getting cavities. 1. Snack Smart Every time you snack, you are bathing your teeth in food. Read More 

The Hidden Benefits Of Braces

23 February 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you've been thinking about investing in braces, but aren't sure about the cost for a cosmetic procedure, you'll be interested to learn that braces provide a lot of benefits, even ones that aren't related to how your smile appears. Braces are more common in teens, but even as an adult you can see some great results because of braces.  Here are some of the hidden benefits of braces.  1. Simpler Dental Hygiene Read More 

Diagnosed With Weakened Enamel? 4 Tips To Protect Your Teeth From Dental Problems

19 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your dentist has diagnosed you with weak enamel, it's important that you take proper care of your teeth. Weak enamel leaves you at risk for dental problems, including cracks. Once you have a cracked tooth, you'll need to have it repaired as soon as possible. Without that immediate care, decay can develop, which can lead to the need for a root canal. To help you protect your teeth, and avoid root canals, are four teeth care steps you should take if you have weak enamel. Read More 

Fear And Loathing The Dentist Office: 3 Things To Know About Sedation Dentistry

20 December 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Visiting your dentist for regular checkups is important to keep your smile clean and healthy while reducing your risk of future issues such as decay and gum disease. Unfortunately, an estimated 30 to 60 million Americans have anxiety that prevents them from seeing their dentist. This fear leads cosmetic issues and the possibility of more involved issues affecting the oral health. If you suffer from this fear, sedation dentistry may be the right solution for you. Read More