Benefits Of All-On-4 Dental Implants

23 April 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you have bad teeth, it can be discouraging to think about the work it will take to fix all of your problem teeth. Now, it doesn't matter how bad of a dental problem you have, as you can get a brand-new set of teeth with only four implants! This new system, All-on-4 dental implants, has been creating a lot of buzz in the industry for its efficiency. If you're considering getting it done, here are the benefits. Read More 

3 Signs Your Toddler May Need Glasses

25 March 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Sometimes, it can be hard to really understand what young kids need, even if they are verbal. If you have a toddler, one of the best things that you can do is be in tune with what your child wants and needs, even if they don't tell you. For instance, you should know that if they're tired or hungry, they are more likely to be irritable and throw a temper tantrum. Read More 

Whiter, Brighter Teeth Are Possible Naturally: Here’s How

24 February 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

As you age, your teeth may not have the sheen and luminous qualities they once did. Years of coffee drinking and other activities could have resulted in a dull smile. Luckily, you can reverse this situation. How? Using Baking Soda Many modern toothpastes are infused with sodium bicarbonate--the chemical compound known generally as baking soda. That's because people have known for years that the compound has brightening properties. You can place a dollop of baking soda directly on your personal toothpaste and scrub your teeth with it. Read More 

What to Expect if You Need Bone Grafts Before Getting Dental Implants

23 January 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implants are used to support crowns, making them ideal for people who are missing teeth or need to have teeth pulled due to the presence of significant dental problems. When you get a dental implant, your dentist places the implant directly in your jawbone. The implant eventually bonds with the natural bone, creating a sturdy base for the placement of a crown. For this process to work, your jawbone must be strong enough to accept the implant. Read More 

Reasons That Your Dentist May Want To See You More Frequently Than Average

27 December 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Many people who regularly visit their dentist have a check-up schedule that they follow. For example, your dentist might ask you to visit once a year to have your teeth cleaned and checked for problems. While it's important to follow this schedule for optimal dental health, not everyone can get away with annual dental appointments. When you visit the dentist and inquire about your next appointment, it's possible that he or she may ask you to come back in six months or, in some cases, in even less time. Read More