Educate Yourself About Mouth Jewelry

It’s important to protect your smile against the risk of dental damage. Although mouth jewelry may seem like nothing more than an accessory for your smile to your style, the truth is that lip and tongue rings can destroy your smile and cause several health risks. Lip and tongue rings may seem stylish but are you aware of the risks... read more »

Dental Dangers in Your Diet

Did you know that numerous tooth hazard risks often arise from your diet? Because of the number of risks associated with the foods you eat in connection with your oral health, it is always a good idea to have a checklist in place of what foods and drinks you should avoid. Always remember to exercise caution with any issues associated... read more »

Smile Therapy: Dental Bonding

  Do you have any minor stains or chips on your teeth that you wish to have concealed? If you only have minor damage and are in need of comprehensive procedures in which you only need to cover up a portion of a tooth’s surface, dental bonding enhancements can be highly effective. Not only can dental sealants be used to... read more »

Risk Factors for Gum Disease

The holiday seasons are finally here! With the advent of Halloween just around the corner, the increase of numerous risk factors to your smile is greater than ever. With the influx of sugary sweets, it is important to protect your smile from the risks associated with gum disease and tooth decay. However, gum disease can also be linked to numerous... read more »

Maintaining Your Dentures

If you are missing teeth, you deal with several problems. First, gaps in your smile will make you self-conscious about your appearance. Your mouth can take on a sunken appearance, which will make you look older than your true age. You may also have problems eating and speaking. Additionally, missing teeth create more places for bacteria and plaque to build... read more »

Smile Makeovers: Dental Damage Treatments

To make sure your teeth are getting the quality and care they deserve, it is important to evaluate all lifestyle choices, activities, habits, and routines that you implement on a daily basis that can potentially negatively damage your teeth and gums. To help prevent dental damage, remove any aspects of your life that can put your teeth at risk, and... read more »

Dealing With An Abscess

An abscess in your teeth or gums occurs when there is an infection at the root of one of your teeth, or between a tooth and your gums. A break or chip in your tooth could result in an abscess, and one could also develop due to gum disease. However, the most common cause is a severely decayed tooth. If... read more »

Dentures Deliver Full Smiles

Did you know that dentures can be derived from all forms of tooth loss, and can give you a beaming smile that will restore your facial structure, and oftentimes restore the functionality back into your teeth that may have been lost? Dentures deliver full smiles for dramatic effects. Here are some of the bonus perks they can accomplish: - Dentures... read more »

Variations to Sedation Dentistry

Have you ever found yourself feeling anxious or nervous before going to the dentist? This feeling of dental anxiety is extremely common in people because we tend to not like others having close range access to our face in such a manner. However, feeling too anxious during a dental exam and treatment can make it harder on you and the... read more »

What Are the Key Symptoms of Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

What are the key symptoms of baby bottle tooth decay? If your child is displaying signs and symptoms of pain or dental decay, they may be suffering from baby bottle tooth decay, which is the result of an increased exposure to enamel-eating products such as sugar, which are often associated with baby bottles. Protecting your child’s teeth at a young... read more »

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