Dentist

Dentures Vs. Implants - Which Is A Better Method?

If you have had problems with your mouth that have led to the removal or loss of your teeth, if you are like most people, you will be looking for a cosmetic way to replace them. You can either have a set of dentures made, or you can have dental implants inserted. Here is a quick summary of how each method is done and some benefits there are in each. This may help you decide which method would be right for you. Read More 

Beating Bruxism: Tooth Grinding Symptoms And Restoration Options

Regular visits to your dentist and proper oral hygiene are best for healthy teeth and gums, but ensuring your smile is appealing is also important. If you are one of the 30 to 40 million people who grind their teeth, treatment is essential to protect your teeth and gums. Using this guide, you can understand the severity of bruxism and find the best restoration option for a healthy, appealing smile. Read More 

Three Common Sources Of Tooth Decay

Your teeth need more attention than just simple brushing and flossing. In reality, there are several things that you do throughout the day that cause more harm to your teeth than you may think. Consuming excessive amounts of sugar plays an obvious role in every day dental problems. However, things like pregnancy and eating too many apples can also play a role in the damage to your teeth. Below is a list of the most common and seemingly innocent activities that can harm your teeth more than you may have thought: Read More 

Ways You Can Naturally Heal Your Teeth’s Enamel

When you observe a stained tooth amongst your teeth, do not rush to the dentist just yet. Despite your relentless efforts to maintain your teeth in a perfect state, it is impossible at times to do so because the stains originate from foods that you love most. Tea, coffee and fruit juices are some common foodstuffs that stain the enamel of your teeth. However, some home remedies may help you repair the enamel and restore the sparkling form of your teeth. Read More 

Trying To Decide If Pulling Your Tooth Is The Right Option? Here Are Some Points To Consider

If one of your teeth has a big cavity, your dentist may tell you it needs a crown, or it needs to be pulled. If you don't have enough healthy tooth left, a traditional filling won't work. Your dentist will probably advise you to get a crown, but the decision is ultimately up to you. However, there are good reasons to pay the extra money and get a crown rather than lose the tooth. Read More