What To Do If A Dental Filling Falls Out

30 December 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental fillings are commonly placed in patients' mouths when decay is present. Fillings allow dentists to fill the gap left behind when tooth enamel is removed in order to treat cavities. Ordinarily, fillings are meant to last a lifetime. They're made from durable composite resin or amalgam. Unfortunately, sometimes fillings can loosen and fall out on their own. If your filling falls out, here are four things you should do: Read More 

Benefits Of Porcelain Veneers

9 December 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The look of someone's teeth has a direct impact on the attractiveness of their smile. Teeth that are discolored, crooked, gapped, or too small may make a smile look odd or less uniform. Nevertheless, some people have changed the appearance of their teeth and subsequently their smile using porcelain veneers.  Porcelain veneers are tooth-shaped shells of porcelain that are attached to the front surface of designated teeth to hide cosmetic flaws. Read More 

Tips To Keep Your Braces In Solid Shape Between Trips To The Orthodontist

7 November 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you recently got new braces, you are likely adjusting to the way they feel in your mouth. Your orthodontist has probably given you some instructions to follow in order to keep things going smoothly, but there are some universal best practices that everyone with braces should always follow. If you want to get to your next orthodontist or dentist appointment without any problems, here are some tips that might help. Read More 

Good Oral Health Habits Can Help Prevent Serious Dental Problems

30 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you take good care of your teeth with brushing and flossing daily and going to the dentist twice a year, you are practicing preventive dentistry. Anything you do to decrease your chances of getting a cavity or to stop gum disease, you are practicing good oral hygiene. Taking care of your teeth is more than just getting cavities filled or letting your dental hygienist scrape off plaque. If you are committed to your oral health, you can prevent problems with your teeth from occurring in the first place. Read More 

Do You Have To Get Your Wisdom Teeth Removed?

2 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The teeth you have in your mouth that are furthest back are called wisdom teeth. Most people get these teeth by their early 20s, and these teeth can often cause a lot of problems in a person's mouth. There are also times, though, when wisdom teeth do not cause any problems at all. If you have your wisdom teeth and appear to be problem-free with them, you do not necessarily have to get them removed; however, you should consider removing them if you experience any of the following problems. Read More