Oral Health is a Family Affair

Information About Dentures

If you have lost multiple teeth, you may be considering dentures. Still, when some people think of dentures, they only think of negative images of false teeth in a cup.  Here is a bit of information about dentures, to help you better understand them: Dentures Are Custom-Fitted A denture is not a one-size-fits-all appliance. Instead, it is custom-designed from a mold or impression of the patient's oral cavity. The impression is used as a guide for the denture's fabrication. Read More 

Teeth Grinding In School Aged Kids

If you have a school aged child that you have heard grinding their teeth at night, then you want to take them to the dentist as soon as you can get them an appointment. The dentist will more than likely want to get them into a night guard so they don't do permanent damage to their teeth. Then, you will want to get to the reasons why they are doing this so you can work on stopping them altogether. Read More 

2 Ways To Save Money At The Dentist

There are many people who think that they will put off going to the dentist to save money. So they wait months, even years, before they see the dentist, and when they do it is only a because they have a tooth ache or a problem. Then of course, when they go to the dentist, it is a massive bill and they swear off never seeing the dentist again. However, this way of thinking is very ineffective and will actually cause you to spend more money. Read More 

Straightening Crooked Teeth With Invisalign Aligners

Crooked teeth can take the joy out of smiling around other people, especially if the problem is severe and you have to deal with people staring a lot. Were you going to get metal braces to straighten up your teeth, but decided that the metal would be too embarrassing? It is not wise to leave your teeth crooked due to not wanting to wear metal braces, as it can lead to several problems developing. Read More 

Tricks To Better Looking Teeth

If you have problems with the appearance of your teeth, then your dentist can offer you suggestions on ways you can get a great looking smile. There may also be a few things you can do on your own to temporarily mask dental issues until you are able to have the dentist take care of them for you. This short guide can help you gain some knowledge on things that can be done. Read More