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3 Prosthodontic Treatments For A Tooth Gap That Doesn’t Need Braces

02 December

Prosthodontics is a branch of dentistry dedicated to replacing missing teeth and restoring damaged natural teeth. If you have a gap between your teeth that isn’t large enough to require orthodontic treatment, prosthodontics exist that can potentially fix the problem much faster and without a mouth full of metal.   What are some of the […]

Helping Your Teen Child With Their Orthodontics: What You Should Know

14 November

If you have a teen child that is showing signs that they need orthodontics like traditional metal braces or Invisalign (plastic and invisible braces), you may find yourself in a position where you have to help you teen child get used to the idea of getting orthodontics and then again help them get accustomed to […]

How To Improve Your Gum Health When Flossing Hurts

27 October

While everyone should floss for optimal dental health, many people don’t. If your gums have begun to bleed or hurt, chances are you’re considering flossing to help reverse the pain and problems you’re experiencing. Unfortunately, if you wait too long, flossing can be extremely painful and downright impossible to do. Read on to learn how […]

Don’t Make These 5 Brushing Mistakes

06 October

It is common knowledge that twice a day brushing is one of the best ways to maintain good oral health. However, is it possible that you’re doing it all wrong? Brushing your teeth might seem like a simple enough task, but it’s easier to make mistakes than you think. Here are five common toothbrushing mistakes […]

Add These Foods And Drinks To Your Diet For Healthier Teeth And Gums

20 September

Everything you do has an effect on your body in one way or another, and what you eat and drink can affect your teeth and gums rather rapidly. You already know about cutting back on sugar and eating foods high in calcium, for example, but there are other, not-so-obvious foods and drinks that can have […]

Is Flossing Really All That Important?

30 August

Every time you go to the dentist, you may hear the same old critique that “You need to floss more.” But if you brush regularly, you may be wondering if it’s really a big deal. Flossing or Brushing: What’s it Going to Be? Believe it or not, according to healthline.com, if you were hard-pressed to […]

A Patient Primer On Different Types Of Dental Veneers

10 August

A dental veneer is a very thin material dentists bond to the front of a tooth to improve the appearance of said tooth. This procedure is ideal because it rarely requires the use of anesthesia. Patients who have gaps between any of their front teeth or patients who have chipped and worn down front teeth […]

How You Can Make Brushing More Exciting For Your Toddler

26 July

After your child’s first tooth comes in, they’ll need to see the dentist regularly and start brushing twice a day. But if your toddler is like most, they likely aren’t interested in dental care so getting them to brush without complaints can be tough. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to make […]

Are You Hurting Your Teeth By Brushing Right After You Eat?

06 July

It’s common to believe that brushing right after eating is good for you. After all, you get the food particles while they are fresh, so they don’t have chance to get settled into your teeth. However, the truth is the opposite. Brushing right after eating could actually hurt your teeth more than it helps them. […]

Pros And Cons Of Composite Resin Fillings, Crowns, And Bonds

21 June

Composite resin is a malleable dental material made of finely milled plastic and glass tinted a natural tooth color. The material is used in a variety of general and cosmetic dentistry restoration methods including dental fillings, dental crowns, and dental bonds. There are other materials available in each of these categories but there are some […]