Dental Trends: Fixing Gummy Smiles One Visit at a Time

Uses And Types Of Crowns

A dental crown is a cap that is placed over a tooth.  It fully encases the entire visible portion of a tooth and works to improve its shape, size and strength.  What are some of the uses for a dental crown? cover a dental implant cover a misshapen tooth restore a worn down tooth protect a weak tooth One reason a tooth may become weak is because of decay. Read More 

Why You Should Be Flossing More Often

While brushing twice a day is important to ensure good oral hygiene, your dentist considers flossing twice a day to be just as important. While you may be ignoring this simple step that only takes a couple minutes each day, it could be because you do not realize the consequences. Consider the following benefits of regularly flossing your teeth. Flossing Prevents Bad Breath A common cause of having bad breath is due to tiny pieces of food that get stuck between your teeth. Read More 

Tips For Helping To Ease Your Child’s Fear Of The Dentist

Having a fear of the dentist is something that many people face, especially young children. This is not a problem unless it is starting to get in the way of making sure that they are receiving the best possible dental care. Either way, you want to do what you can to help ease the fears that your child is facing so he or she will willingly go to all appointments and will not grow up to hate the dentist. Read More 

Advantages Of Dental Implants

There have been several advances in the area of cosmetic dentistry in recent years. With these advances, more options have risen for those who have several missing teeth or teeth that will soon be removed. From tooth bonding and dentures to veneers and dental implants, patients have a variety of choices. This article discusses the latter of these options: dental implants. These are artificial teeth that are implanted into the jaw bone to replace teeth that have become diseased or are missing due to injury or any other reason. Read More 

Tea Drinkers Can Slow The Effects Of Tooth Staining

One of the few major downsides of drinking dark teas is the unsightly staining that can begin to paint its way across the teeth. When tea is your energy delivery of choice, it can be difficult to reduce your cups today without bringing progress to a halt. A few ideas can help you reduce the speed at which tea stains the teeth, if not remove the problem entirely. Add A Different Cup Between Tea Tastes Read More