How to Cope with a Cracked Tooth

29 May 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

As dental problems go, a cracked tooth can be an extremely unwelcome surprise. Unfortunately, cracks in teeth can be common and caused by a variety of issues. Blows to the mouth, chewing hard foods, and sometimes a weakening of the protective enamel can result in cracks. To learn more about cracked teeth and how to cope with them, read on. Act After the First Sign of Trouble Pain is always a signal to our brains that something is wrong. Read More 

Deciding Is Invisalign Is The Right Choice For You

30 April 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

There are a number of orthodontic treatment options on the market today, but Invisalign braces are one of the more popular choices out there. Not everyone is a perfect candidate for the procedure, though. If you're curious about whether it represents a good choice for you, these are the four issues you'll want to discuss with your orthodontic treatment services provider. Oral Health Issues One of the primary reasons a practitioner may not want to use Invisalign with a specific patient is that their oral health may not be ideal for the procedure. Read More 

Important Questions Denture Wearers Should Ask About Implants

31 March 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dentures have been around in some form for hundreds of years. While not the wooden ones often mentioned in the popular myth, even George Washington wore dentures constructed of a variety of materials including gold, lead, ivory, and even human teeth. Historically, dentures have offered some challenges in durability, fit, and comfort, but overall their development and usage has helped millions of people enjoy better dental health, nutrition, and cosmetic appeal. Read More 

Beta Blockers And Your Gums

6 March 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you are considering dental implants to improve your smile, talk to your dentist about side effects related to the medications you currently take. While most medications will not interact with your dental implants procedure or recovery phase, certain drugs known as beta blockers may. Here are some ways beta blockers can affect your gums, which may slow your healing after your implant surgery: Excessive Bleeding Beta blockers are used in the management of high blood pressure, chest pain, cardiac arrhythmia, migraine headaches, and sometimes, anxiety. Read More 

3 Times to Rinse Your Mouth with Saltwater

25 January 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Your dentist will often tell you that rinsing your mouth with salt water can be an effective way to deal with a handful of simple oral health issues, and may even give you specific instructions on how to prepare the saltwater. Generally, you'll want to use warm water, and then swish the water around in your mouth so that it passes over every surface before you spit it into the sink. Read More