3 Ways Cosmetic Dentistry Can Change Your Smile

Your smile is one of the first things that people notice. If you are unhappy with your teeth or gums, you may feel insecure about your appearance. The good news is that a cosmetic dentist can help. There are various ways that cosmetic dentistry can help you get the smile you are looking for. This type of dentistry can address a variety of issues from staining to gaps to crooked teeth.   Read More...

Dental Implants Vs. Dentures: Which Option Is Better For Your Mouth?

Having a mouth full of healthy teeth is a must. Not only will having healthy teeth ensure that you can chew your food correctly, but it also ensures that you look presentable as well. When you have a few missing teeth or even a chipped tooth, it can make your appearance look more disheveled than it would otherwise. If you have recently found out that you need to have a tooth pulled (either due to infection or injury), then you may be wondering what options you have to make your smile look better.   Read More...

Understanding An Exposed Dental Root Issue

If your gums are receding a small amount and more of your tooth roots are exposed than they should be, then this can cause some issues with your overall oral health. Keep reading to learn why this is problematic and also about what your dentist may do to address the issue. Exposed Root Problems Your teeth are quite long and extend far underneath your gum line. And, the parts of the teeth that are usually covered by the gum tissues are far more sensitive than the crowns of your teeth.   Read More...

Understanding The Difference Between A Tooth Avulsion Emergency And Non-Emergency

Family dentists can provide children with all of the oral care they need when it comes to both general care and emergency care. Emergencies may be a bit hard to determine when it comes to a child's oral health. You may also be wondering if a dislodged or avulsed tooth is considered an emergency. This really depends, so keep reading to learn about when it and is not an emergency situation.   Read More...

3 Questions To Ask When Choosing A New Orthodontist For Your Child

Are you in need of finding a new pediatric orthodontist for your child? Here are a few questions you should ask prospective service providers before deciding who to ultimately work with. What Kind of Support System is in Place? One important question to ask prospective pediatric orthodontists before deciding who to work with long term is what kind of support system they each have in place within their practices. Find out whether they work with other experts within their practice who can do things like provide them with second opinions and step in to care for your child whenever necessary.   Read More...