Benefits Of Preventive Dental Care

If you are planning to visit a dental clinic, you are likely reaping more rewards from your visit than most people would imagine. Visiting a dentist at least twice a year for preventive care can lead to better oral and overall health. Here are a few reasons to continue to receive preventive dental care. Fewer Cavities  Cavities develop as your enamel is dissolved by bacterial acids. There are many different kinds of bacteria that live in the oral cavity. Read More 

Should You Get A Dental Implant Or A Bridge?

A missing tooth can make you feel self-conscience about your smile. The tooth may have been lost due to dental decay, poor dental hygiene or from an accident of some sort. No matter the reason for the missing tooth, you can get your smile back. If you aren't sure if you should get a dental bridge or an implant, read on for further information about both of these types of tooth replacement options to help you choose. Read More 

Is There An Adjustment Period After Getting Dental Crowns?

If you've never had a dental crown before, chances are you have questions on what to expect. One common question is whether or not you'll need to spend some time in an adjustment period after you get one or more dental crowns put in place. Here's what you need to know about getting used to your new dental crown. Adjusting to The Feeling Have you ever had a tooth filling and thought after your dental visit was over that things didn't feel right? Read More 

Why Invisible Braces And Orthodontics As An Adult Can Improve Your Self-Esteem

Most people fix their crooked teeth when they are young to make sure that they don't become a problem when they are adults. However, many people either couldn't afford to get them fixed or who developed crooked teeth as an adult. In this situation, your self-esteem may suffer, meaning that high-quality invisible braces and orthodontics are necessary. You May Develop Crooked Teeth As An Adult It might be hard to believe, but you can develop crooked teeth as an adult. Read More 

A Possible Connection? Your Heart Health And Dental Health

If you're like most people, brushing your teeth and seeing your dentist and hygienist regularly is important to you. But if you're honest, brushing and flossing after every meal probably isn't a habit you are succeeding in 100 percent of the time. As the American Dental Association currently recommends brushing at least twice a day and flossing once, that's okay. Did you know your dental habits and health may be related to your heart health, however? Read More