How To Take Care Of Your Dental Implants

27 December 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you just got dental implants, it is important that you understand how to take care of your new implants. Dental implants will not experience the same decay as regular teeth, since they are made out of synthetic material; however, that does not mean that you don't have to take care of your teeth now that you have implants. #1 Brush Your Teeth You don't want to end up with any more dental implants than you currently have. Read More 

3 Facts You Should Know About Getting A New Dental Crown When You Are Embarrassed About The Gap In Your Teeth

7 December 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you try to avoid smiling or have mastered the skill of speaking while moving your lips as little as possible because of a gap in your teeth that makes you uncomfortable, it is time to speak with your dentist about getting a crown to cover the area. As the result of dental advances in recent years, it is now possible to get the crown, which is also known as a cap, in a single visit. Read More 

Having Your Wisdom Teeth Removed? Follow These Post-Op Rules To Make Sure You Heal Properly

18 November 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You would think that the teeth that naturally grow inside of your mouth have a purpose for being there. However, you can blame evolution for the fact that wisdom teeth just don't always have enough room in the jawline to grow. When you don't have enough space for these molars to come in, they can crowd out the rest of your teeth and cause a great deal of pain, which means you will likely have to have surgery to have them removed. Read More 

The Benefits Of Sedation Oral Surgery

28 October 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Going to the dentist isn't always the most fun event. In fact, many people have a real fear of going to the dentist, however irrational it may be. This fear may even be compounded when oral surgery such as a tooth extraction or a dental implant is being completed. To help overcome these fears, you may decide to undergo your procedure while being sedated. This actually means that you are still awake but are heavily sedated. Read More 

2 Tips for Keeping Your Dental-Flipper Bacteria Free After a Sinus Elevation

12 October 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

After a sinus-elevation procedure is complete, it can be difficult to use your mouth to chew or talk without hurting the surgical site. Your doctor may install a dental flipper to not only protect the surgical site but also make it easier for you to chew. A dental flipper looks similar to a partial denture and will cover your surgical site. While wearing a dental flipper, it can be easy to forget to remove the dental flipper to clean the device. Read More