One of the things you may be faced with at some point in life is the need to have a tooth filled. This can be a bit of a scary situation for some people, but you will be able to save the tooth by having it restored. It's ideal to know the various materials that are used for the filling to better educate yourself on the subject. The more you know, the more control you have in this process. [Read More]
3 Things To Know About Tonsil Stones
Do you ever see spots on your tonsils that look like white balls of food or gunk? If so, these white balls are most likely tonsil stones. Tonsil stones are quite common and are usually harmless; however, they can be a nuisance. If you are not sure if that is what you have or if there is a problem with your tonsils, you should visit a dentist and talk to him or her about it. [Read More]
Fell Down Slippery Steps And Now Have A Cracked Tooth? Some Tips On What Can Be Done
If your steps have ice on them due to the cold and you fell down them and cracked your tooth, you need to see your dentist. You may not even notice in the beginning this even happened, but if you start feeling pain in a tooth when you drink hot or cold drinks, this is a big sign that something is wrong. Below is some more information about this so you can understand what will happen. [Read More]
Can Adults Get Dental Sealants?
If you have kids, you are probably accustomed to them having dental sealants placed on their teeth. This is a normal procedure pediatric dentists often recommend, but have you ever wondered if dental sealants can be placed on the teeth of adults? Dental sealants can be used for adults, but they are not used often. Here are a couple things to understand about dental sealants. What are dental sealants? Dental sealants are cosmetic dentistry products are designed to keep decay away from teeth. [Read More]