A Guide to Treatment Options for Gum Disease

Gum disease is a commonly occurring issue in adults throughout the world. This condition, also known as periodontal disease, is caused by bacteria buildup and leads to inflammation of the gums. If left untreated, gum disease can cause serious issues like tooth loss and damage to the surrounding bone. Fortunately, there are effective treatments available for gum disease. This post will discuss the various treatment options available for gum disease so that you can take the next steps toward a healthy smile. Read More 

Zygomatic: An Extended Dental Implant For Your Upper Jaw (With No Bone Preparation)

Dental implants are typically placed in the alveolar ridge, which is a thick, dense part of your jaw. Sometimes it's not thick enough to support the implant, and bone grafting is required as part of the dental implant procedure. If the implant is to be placed in your upper jaw, there's a technique that allows you to bypass the inconvenience of bone grafting. Bone Resorption Grafting may be unavoidable when you've been missing a tooth for quite some time. Read More 

Top Benefits Of Cerec Same-Day Crowns

Dentists can restore decayed or broken teeth using CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) crowns. They have some fantastic benefits today for patients who're good candidates.  Quick Process If you've had a damaged or decayed tooth for a while, you probably are tired of waiting for a fix. Fortunately, the wait time for dental crowns isn't long if you work with a dentist with access to CEREC technology. They'll use said technology to take a digital impression of the affected tooth, a quick process if you follow your dentist's instructions to the letter. Read More 

Dental Bridge Treatments: All About

When you have missing teeth, there are several options available to remedy the situation. One excellent choice is to have a dental bridge put in place to fill the gap.  A dental bridge treatment will give you your smile back and prevents you from being self-conscious about your teeth. This article takes a close look at dental bridge treatments and provides you with key information about this important health topic. Read More 

Why Your Smile Should Be Mostly (But Not Totally) Symmetrical

In terms of your physical appearance, you might want things to be mostly symmetrical. One half of your face should more or less match the other half. You want a close, mostly symmetrical appearance, but not totally symmetrical. Such exact symmetry may look unnatural, and can therefore be undesirable. What about your smile?  Uniformity You may not want total symmetry, but there should be uniformity. For example, your lower left incisor tooth should match the size and shape of your lower right incisor. Read More