Going In For Dental Implant Surgery? 3 Steps That Will Help You Prepare For The Recovery Process

If you suffer from periodontal gum disease, you're not alone. Statistics show that roughly 50% of all US adults have periodontal disease. Unfortunately, periodontal disease is the leading cause of premature tooth loss in adults. If you've suffered premature tooth loss due to gum disease, your dentist may have recommended dental implants, which are a permanent way to replace missing teeth. Before you have your implant surgery, it's important that you prepare for the recovery process. Read More 

You’re Pregnant! Congrats, and Be Sure to Read These Oral-Health Tips

Did you recently find out you are pregnant for the first time? If so, you should know that good oral health is essential to keeping you and your baby healthy. If you skimp on your oral health during pregnancy, it may cause problems for you in the future. The following are a few important oral-health pointers to keep in mind.  Vomiting Pregnant women are susceptible to morning sickness or nausea in early pregnancy. Read More 

Should You Pull Teeth For Cosmetic Or Orthodontic Reasons

Generally, you only have a tooth pulled when it has seriously decayed or been injured beyond repair. In some instances, teeth will be pulled for other reasons, including for orthodontic purposes. Before you allow a tooth to be pulled, you need to consider whether it's the best course for you and explore your options.  Orthodontics If you have crowded teeth, your dental professional may recommend that you have several teeth pulled in order to make straightening the rest of your teeth easier. Read More 

2 Easy Tips To Keep Your Temporary Veneers From Falling Off

Temporary veneers are installed as a part of the first stage of the dental veneer installation process. They are meant to protect your teeth until your permanent veneers are created and can be attached to your teeth. For this reason, your temporary veneers will only be applied using a light adhesive. This makes it easier for your dentist to remove them when it comes time to apply your permanent dental restorations. However, this can also make it easier for your temporary veneers to come off before your next appointment. Read More 

3 Ways A Dentist Can Restore Your Damaged Tooth

If you have a damaged tooth, such as a tooth that is chipped or cracked, it is important that you get it fixed for not only aesthetic reasons but because the problem can become much worse. The dentist can choose different ways to restore the tooth, three of which are listed below. Composite Bonding Composite bonding can be used if you have a small amount of damage, such as a small crack or chip. Read More