Dental care doesn’t end with brushing and flossing. You should be seeing your dentist every six months for a cleaning to help catch issues early and save yourself money, time, and potential discomfort.
The very phrase “root canal” seems to send people running for the hills to escape the dentist’s chair. However, a root canal can possibly save your tooth, making it a much healthier option than an extraction.
Need a filling to repair a tooth? Not a fan of the metal-mouth approach? You’re in luck — we have come a long way from the days of using solely metal fillings, and you can have your tooth repaired with discretion.
Are your teeth yellow? Discoloration of your teeth can impact more than your smile. If your self-confidence is struggling due to less than pearly teeth, it might be time to consider professional whitening.
During your visit to the dentist, you might be offered a fluoride treatment to strengthen your teeth. Do you have questions such as what is fluoride, is it safe, and what are the benefits? We’ve got answers.
Replacing missing teeth isn’t as simple as you might think. Should you have an implant placed, or use a bridge to span a gap? Before choosing between bridges and implants, it’s important to understand the pros/cons of both.
Don’t floss as often as you should? You’re not the only one, but flossing does more than make your dentist happy — it prevents the insidious creep of gum disease. Learn more about the preventive power of flossing!
Are you finding yourself putting off getting a root canal because of dental anxiety, expense, or any other reason? Find out why delaying a root canal could increase risks of pain in your mouth and your wallet.
Going to the dentist regularly is only one part of good dental health. Make sure your at-home oral hygiene routine is on point with these helpful tips. You are the only person who can truly safeguard your teeth and gums!
Terrified that you might need a root canal? The days of extremely painful dental procedures are largely past, so don’t be afraid to seek dental care. Fast action could prevent the need for tooth extraction.
Snoring can seem like nothing more than congestion or dryness in the sinuses, causing a minor annoyance. However, if it’s actually sleep apnea, there are some things you should know to safeguard your health.
Your smile is your calling card to the world, so there’s nothing wrong with a little cosmetic fine-tuning to make sure your first impression is all it can be. We offer several cosmetic dentistry options that will help improve your smile in the New Year.
You’re busy, and a dental check-up just doesn’t make the cut on your long to-do list. But skipping your twice-yearly dentist visits can cost you more time and money down the road. Find out what’s so important about dental exams.