Two Reasons Why You Should Think About Repairing Your Smile

Having a beautiful smile can truly brighten up your day. It feels good to be able to grin at anyone you meet without worrying about the condition of your teeth. If you're not confident in the way that your teeth look, it shows up in so many ways; maybe you cover your mouth when you laugh or fail to say "cheese" during a photograph. All of these things inhibit you and can make you hide out in ways that you can't imagine. Read More 

3 Reasons To Choose Dental Implants

If you have missing teeth, your dentist will likely give you a few different options when it comes to treating them. Your dentist will explain to you what is entailed with different options, such as leaving the space open, getting dentures, getting dental implants, etc. While different options may be best depending on your exact situation, it is hard to go wrong when you choose to go with a dental implant. Read More 

3 Ways To Prevent Tooth Damage During Menopause

If you are nearing your menopausal years, your estrogen levels may be on the decline. Estrogen plays an important role in the health of your teeth, gums, and the bones in your mouth. If you are deficient in estrogen, you may be at risk for developing cavities, gum disease, and bone loss. Here are three ways to prevent tooth damage during your menopausal years.  Combination Calcium And Vitamin D Supplements Read More 

Oddities That Can Happen With Dental Crowns And What To Do About It

Dental crowns, for the most part, do an excellent job of protecting the stubs of teeth you have underneath. However, that does not mean strange things cannot happen to your crowns or to the teeth under the crowns. Here are a few oddities that can occur with crowned teeth, and what to do about it if any of these things happen to you. Cavities and/or Pain in the Crowned Tooth Read More 

Keep That Implant In Good Shape With These Changes

Dental implant technology is fantastic. The porcelain crowns and metal implant screws are tough and sturdy, allowing you to eat and talk almost as if nothing had happened to your original teeth. But implants are not immune to damage, and you still have your gums and jawbone to think about, not to mention your adjacent teeth. Keep those implants in good shape by following a few rules. Stop Smoking One of the best things you can do to ensure the success of your dental implant is to stop smoking. Read More