Don't Let a Missing Tooth Hold You Back in Life

  • Jaw Hurting? 3 Things That Can Cause This Pain

    15 October 2015

    If your jaw is hurting, it could be caused by different things. Read below so you can figure out why you are having this pain, so you can take steps to get rid of it. Infected Tooth If you have an infected tooth, also known as an abscessed tooth, this is a usually due to having tooth decay. When you have a decayed tooth and do not receive treatment, it can cause infection to spread from the roots of the infected tooth to your jaw bones.

  • Acid Reflux & Your Dental Health

    30 September 2015

    If you suffer from acid reflux, you may be curious about it's effects on the body and in particular, your teeth. Below is a basic overview of the condition, how it can affect your dental health, and what can be done to keep your teeth healthy and strong despite the condition.  What Is Acid Reflux?  Acid reflux is a medical condition that causes the stomach acids to travel up the esophagus and into the mouth.

  • 3 Options To Replace A Missing Tooth

    9 September 2015

    If you have a missing tooth, you may feel self-conscious about the unfilled space in your mouth. In addition, the missing tooth can make chewing more difficult and allow food to become trapped in the hollow area as you eat. You may even notice that your teeth are becoming misaligned over time, because the tooth that once occupied the space served as a placeholder for adjacent teeth. Still, there are ways to restore your tooth.

  • 3 Considerations When Choosing Between A Dental Crown And Bond

    18 August 2015

    Dental crowns and bonds are cosmetic dentistry options that can correct the appearance of teeth. Both involve creating a new, artificial exterior to the tooth, but dental crowns tend to offer more general dentistry benefits than dental bonds. Here are a few considerations when choosing between a dental crown and a bond. Structural Weakness Does your tooth have substantial damage from a cavity or trauma-related cracking or chipping? While bonding can cover minor damage, the way the dentist has to mold the bonding material over the existing tooth means bonds can't cover substantial damage.

  • 3 Questions You May Have after Wearing Invisalign for a Few Weeks

    29 July 2015

    When your first Invisalign appointment was drawing to a close, your dentist probably asked if you had any final questions. If you're like most patients, you were so excited to get started (or just to go home) that you responded "no" or "not right now." Then, a week or two later, you finally started to wonder a few things. To save you a call to your dentist, here's a look at the answers to common questions that many patients have after a week or two with Invisalign.

  • A Wrestler That Wears Braces? Don't Let Your Mouth Get Cut Up

    9 July 2015

    If you are a wrestler that wears braces, you have a good chance of getting your mouth all cut up if you do not take precautions. Braces are also very expensive, and you do not want to do anything that would mess them up. Follow the two tips below so you can wear your braces and wrestle. Orthodontic Mouth Guard An orthodontic mouth guard is a good way to protect your teeth while you are wrestling.

  • Root Canals Versus Extraction For Damaged Teeth

    23 June 2015

    For serious damage that affects the interior pulp of a tooth, such as a deep fracture or bacterial infection, there are two possibilities for treatment: a root canal or extraction. Root canals have a reputation for being painful and complicated procedures, which leads many people to wonder whether it might be simpler to just pull the damaged tooth out completely. After all, dental implants have come a long way in recent years.