The Importance Of Seeing A Dentist Regularly To Keep Your Teeth Healthy

Has it been quite some time since your last dental visit? If it has been longer than six months, you may want to consider scheduling an appointment with the dentist. There are several reasons why it is important to go to the dental office. You might brush regularly, but that does not necessarily mean you would be able to identify certain problems with your teeth until those problems start to get worse.   Read More...

What To Expect: How Aging Can Impact Your Teeth

As you get older, your mouth can begin to show its age. The wear and tear of daily use of your teeth is going to have an impact, and over the years they will begin to show it. Not only will this have an impact of the cosmetic value, but it can also result in painful tooth pain. The following are some things you can experience if you are not taking proper care of your teeth as you age:   Read More...

Clear Aligners Can Be The Way To Go For Better Looking Teeth

If you have crooked or gapped teeth and you have been going back and forth with the different types of treatment options you have available to you, then you will have a lot to consider. You may have been thinking of getting wire braces, but you probably don't like the idea of going around with the wires and brackets on your teeth that will get in the way. Braces are very obvious in your mouth.   Read More...

3 Ways Your Dentist Knows If You Need A Root Canal

There are times when you may know that one of your teeth needs major work, but it's more common to find out you need dental work simply from visiting a dentist. Dentists are trained to locate and fix problems with teeth, and one type of procedure that is sometimes needed to fix a tooth is a root canal. A root canal is not a highly-desired procedure by patients, but it is often the only way to save a tooth, and here are three ways your dentist will know if your tooth needs this procedure.   Read More...

How A Dentist Will Reduce The Pressure Concerns Of A Cantilever Bridge

If you want to have a single tooth physically replaced in a permanent manner without having to go through surgery, then a bridge may be a good option over a dental implant. Bridges are typically three part devices that are bonded together. A full tooth, or pontic, sits in between two crowns. However, there are some cases where a solid a tooth is not present on either side of the missing tooth. When this happens, something called a cantilever bridge can be constructed.   Read More...