3 Orthodontic Options To Consider For Straighter Teeth

26 April 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Having crooked teeth can dramatically affect your self-confidence when smiling. That's why braces exist. If you're considering this orthodontic treatment, you'll want to think about the following treatment options.  Metal Braces  Perhaps the most common types of braces you can have put in by your orthodontist is metal braces. They are one of the most affordable choices, and having them put in is pretty straightforward today. They are effective because of the metal wiring that's used to apply pressure, slowly moving your crooked teeth into a straight position. Read More 

Diabetes And Oral Health

25 March 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have diabetes, you're probably already taking steps to manage its effects on your body. However, it might surprise you to learn that diabetes could end up hurting your teeth and gums if it isn't well managed. Read on to discover the link between diabetes and your oral health and what you can do to reduce your risk of developing problems. Diabetes Risk Diabetes increases your risk of developing gum disease and even losing teeth. Read More 

2 Surefire Signs Your Dentist Will Recommend A Root Canal Procedure

25 February 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Most people understand if there is a serious issue affecting their teeth. Dark stains, bleeding gums, and even one or more cracked or lost teeth are definitely signs that you should consult a dentist. However, while some tooth problems need to be addressed with implant dentistry, others can be repaired using a root canal procedure. On average, 15.1 million root canal treatments are performed each year, but most people are not really familiar with this treatment or if they require one. Read More 

3 Types Of Dental Discoloration

26 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Tooth discoloration can be caused by a number of reasons, and can appear as stains on the surface of your teeth or as deviations in the dentin. Here are three different types of tooth staining, and what you can do about them: Intrinsic Staining Intrinsic dental staining refers to the discoloration that develops when the dentin, or inner part of your teeth, turns yellow or dark. This type of staining can occur as a result of childhood exposure to large amounts of fluoride and the use of antibiotics known as tetracycline in young children. Read More 

5 Stages Of Tooth Decay

3 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Treating an early stage of tooth decay is possible by cleaning the tooth in a detailed manner and filling the cavities, or decayed holes in the tooth. However, it is important to learn the signs to prevent further decay. Considering most Americans have some form of tooth decay, a proper understanding of this dental issue is smart. With this guide and your dentist's help, you will learn the signs and treatment options for the 5 stages of tooth decay. Read More