When Wisdom Teeth Must Be Removed

5 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Have you started noticing signs that you have wisdom teeth that are finally coming in? If so, you may be wondering if these wisdom teeth need to be removed, or if they will continue to come in without any issues. Be aware that wisdom teeth can cause some major oral health problems, which is why they need to be removed in the following situations. Your Wisdom Teeth Will Be Impacted Read More 

3 Important Maintenance Tips For Porcelain Veneers

10 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your teeth are severely damaged or discolored, getting porcelain veneers is a viable cosmetic option. They drastically improve your smile and give you confidence. To ensure you can take advantage of these benefits for a long time, you'll want to maintain your porcelain veneers in the following ways.  Brush with Whitening Toothpaste  Even though porcelain veneers aren't real teeth, they still can turn yellow over time. These color changes aren't always cheap to fix, so you'll want to keep your porcelain veneers white for as long as you can. Read More 

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Take Aspirin Before Having Your Wisdom Teeth Taken Out

11 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dentists often recommend skipping certain medications when you're prepping for a surgical procedure, including the simple pain reliever aspirin. If you take aspirin regularly or rely upon it when you're having a headache or another pain problem, this might be discouraging or confusing for you. Check out this simple guide to understand why your dentist wants you to do this and why you really need to listen to their advice. Read More 

How To Take Care Of Your Dental Crown

20 August 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a chipped or cracked tooth or if you just had a dental implant placed, then your dentist may recommend a dental crown. But unlike crowns that royalty wear, a dental crown is a just a little bit different (or a lot different). A dental crown is a small porcelain cap that is placed over your tooth or implant to help you chew like normal again. But because porcelain crowns are artificial, you may not know exactly how to care for them. Read More 

3 Potential Reasons Why Your Adult Tooth Is Wiggly

21 July 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Having teeth become loose and wiggly is a common enough experience for children to go through, but adults almost never experience it. While milk teeth are intended to fall out and be replaced, adult teeth aren't, so if your tooth is wiggly, it's a bad sign. Here are three potential causes for one of your teeth becoming loose. 1. Root Damage Your tooth is a lot more than just the bony part on the outside. Read More