3 Great Tips for Improving the Look of Your Teeth

When it comes to your teeth, you want them to be perfect. Unfortunately, you may have problems with your teeth that prevent you from wanting to smile. All of this can change if you consider these tips. Get Dental Implants Something may happen in your life that causes a tooth or teeth to fall out. When this happens, an unappealing gap is left behind. This issue can be fixed when you have dental implants put in by a cosmetic dentist. Read More 

Nowhere To Brush? 2 Ways To Keep Your Child’s Teeth Healthy When You Are Away From Home

If you are a busy parent, you may be concerned about maintaining your child's teeth while you are on the go. Unfortunately, it is not always possible to find a suitable restroom for your child to brush his or her teeth when you are away from home. However, there are still measures that you can take to keep your child's teeth healthy while you and your little one are busy running errands. Read More 

Dealing With Root Canal Anxiety Without Medication

Many people associate root canals with pain. It's not really a deserved reputation; the root canal itself is performed with a local anesthetic that blocks pain, and the tooth is generally most painful before the root canal is done. But anxiety is not always logical. If knowing that the root canal is going to relieve your pain doesn't quell your anxiety about the procedure, there's quite a bit that you can do to treat that fear. Read More 

4 Tips To Get Your Kids To Floss

Do you have a child who is resisting flossing his or her teeth? For many children, flossing can be unpleasant and even downright scary. However, it's important that they work past their fear and discomfort and get in the habit of flossing on a regular basis. Flossing is one of the most effective ways to remove plaque and bacteria. If your child doesn't floss, he or she could suffer a number of serious issues, including tooth and enamel decay and gum problems. Read More 

Potential Dental Treatments For Abfraction Lesions

Dental abfractions are essentially small stress cracks that can appear in a tooth's surface. The abfractions can come from mild trauma or the normal bite pressure of chewing. Cracks tend to appear at the bottom of the tooth near the gums where the protective enamel layer is the thinnest. A slight abfraction often doesn't require dental treatment. But abfractions that have start to spread or deepen should be treated to prevent a larger crack from forming. Read More