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Want to Prevent Gum Disease? Here’s What You Need to Know

August 17th, 2017 by

Want to Prevent Gum Disease? Here’s What You Need to KnowDo you spend a great deal of time caring for your teeth, in an effort to keep your smile beautiful? From shopping for special toothpaste to only drinking your beverages through straws to try to prevent staining, there are certainly plenty of steps you can take to keep your pearly whites looking their best. Yet, if you are not taking proper care of your gums, your smile could still be in serious jeopardy. Gum disease is a dangerous condition, and the leading cause of adult tooth loss in America. Fortunately, you can help to prevent it, by simply giving your gums the general dental attention they need. (more…)

Do You Need Restorative Dental Treatment?

August 10th, 2017 by

Do You Need Restorative Dental Treatment?Are you having a hard time chewing or even drinking comfortably, lately, because of heightened tooth sensitivity or discomfort? These are common when dental problems are present, such as dental cavities. That said, anytime the teeth have become fragile or damaged, you could begin experiencing increased sensitivity. Fortunately, restorative dentistry makes it possible to address most dental issues quickly, and even with natural-looking and comfort-improving results. So, if you suspect you could have a dental issue, why not talk to your restorative dentist about how treatment could help? (more…)

Want a Brighter Smile? Talk to Your Cosmetic Dentist

August 3rd, 2017 by

Want a Brighter Smile? Talk to Your Cosmetic DentistDo you ever flip through fashion magazines, and find yourself distracted by the models’ perfect smiles? Instead of seeing clothes or handbags you want to buy, does it make you wish you had their beautiful pearly whites? A great smile is the one “accessory” that never goes out of style. Fortunately, if you are not yet happy with your own teeth, cosmetic dentistry could likely help! From professional whitening to porcelain veneers, there are a number of ways your cosmetic dentist could likely help to improve your smile. (more…)

I’ve Got a Toothache; What Should I Do?

July 27th, 2017 by

I’ve Got a Toothache; What Should I Do?Have you had a hard time, lately, enjoying your meals? Are you unable to even enjoy a nice and refreshing cold beverage on a hot day, or a piping hot cup of coffee in the morning, because of dental sensitivity or an outright toothache? If so, you could be suffering from a dental issue, such as a cavity? Cavities are unfortunately incredibly common. That said, in most cases they can be treated quickly and with simple treatment, like a dental filling. The key is simply to schedule a visit with your dentist as soon as you suspect you have a problem. The longer you delay restorative treatment, the more likely you are to develop a painful tooth infection. (more…)

Do You Need Specialized Periodontal Care?

July 20th, 2017 by

Do You Need Specialized Periodontal Care?The teeth are what most often come to mind, when people consider what they need to care for in order to keep their smiles healthy. After all, the teeth are highly visible, and the trait that many people notice most when they first meet people. Yet the gums are just as important to the overall health of one’s smile. In fact, without healthy gum tissue, tooth loss becomes very likely. Fortunately, gum care isn’t complicated. It just requires that you take some extra preventive dental steps to keep your gum tissue and your teeth in tip-top shape. (more…)

Worried About Getting Dental Treatment? Ask About Sedation Dentistry

July 13th, 2017 by

Worried About Getting Dental Treatment? Ask About Sedation DentistryHave you postponed your annual visit to the dentist for several months now? In fact, have you actually skipped out on all your scheduled dental appointments. For patients with moderate or even severe dental anxiety, scheduling and attending a routine dental checkup can seem far from simple. It can feel incredibly stressful, even overwhelming. Fortunately, that is one of the many reasons that many dentists offer a variety of sedation options, which can help keep patients both calm and comfortable before, during and even after dental treatment. That way, their patients are able to get the care their smiles need, without losing sleep, or spending days stressed about seeing the dentist. (more…)

Are You In Need of Bruxism Treatment?

July 6th, 2017 by

Are You In Need of Bruxism Treatment?Do you ever wake up suffering from a major headache? What about jaw pain, or even a ringing noise in your ear? When you open wide, such as while yawning, do you experience tightness or popping along your jaw? Do your teeth appear excessively worn along the edges, or feel sensitive when you eat? If so, you could be suffering from bruxism, the technical term for subconscious teeth grinding, a condition that can lead to severely damaged teeth, as well as ongoing jaw and neck pain. Fortunately, in many cases, dental treatment can be simple and effective. (more…)

A Root Canal Can Rescue Your Tooth

June 29th, 2017 by

root canal can rescue your toothWhen you take your oral health seriously by checking in with your dentist and brushing and flossing regularly, you can avoid needing major dental procedures. But health issues happen to even the most vigilant of us. Root canal therapy can save a tooth that has had a cavity go far or a tooth that has a major infection. A root canal can also be used to save a tooth that has been severely damaged by chip or crack. A root canal can prevent infection or decay from spreading to the other teeth. It can prevent tooth in need of care from needing to be extracted. A root canal is only necessary when the damage, decay, or infection has reached the pulp of the tooth.  (more…)

When Extraction Is The Last Option

June 22nd, 2017 by

extraction optionYour dentist’s primary goal is to preserve your natural tooth. In most situations, a damaged or severely decayed tooth can remain at least partially intact. However, there are certain situations where a dental extraction is the best option. While extractions are left as a last resort, the extraction is not the end of treatment. After an extraction, restorative options are available to fill the void left behind. In most cases, the restoration is a better option for oral health than the extracted tooth.  (more…)


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