Things You Do For Your Natural Teeth That Also Protect Your Dental Implant From Failure

29 September 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A dental implant is a great option for restoring a lost tooth. However, the success of the implant is partially dependent on the actions of the patient. The way that you care for your natural teeth can affect the success of your dental implant restoration. Here are a few things that you should do regularly for your gums and natural teeth to ensure that your dental implant remains in place for the remainder of your lifetime: Read More 

Tips For Brushing And Flossing In Public Restrooms

2 August 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have dental braces, the wires will trap bits of food that may encourage a bacterial attack on your teeth if you don't get rid of them. You may need to brush after eating irrespective of your location, which means you should learn how to brush in public restrooms. Here are a few tips to employ when you find yourself in such a situation: Opt For Semi-Private Restrooms Semi private restrooms each have a stall and a sink with a lockable door. Read More 

Prevent Dental Problems This Summer With These 3 Pool Safety Tips

21 June 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

As the summer season moves into its hottest months, the pool can be an oasis of cool entertainment on a hot summer day. For parents, the pool may be one of your kids' favorite activities this summer. However, the pool is also a common location where dental emergencies occur during the summer months. Take a look at some pool safety tips that will help protect your family's dental health while you enjoy swimming this summer. Read More 

Why You Need A Temporary Dental Crown

21 June 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Articles

If you need a root canal or if you have broken any teeth, your dentist will likely place a dental crown. Crowns are used to rebuild teeth and to provide a protective barrier over a tooth that has been damaged in some way. Permanent crowns are cemented in place and most are made from ceramic materials. It can take about two weeks for the permanent crown to be created, and you will need to wear a temporary crown in the meantime. Read More 

A Guide To Choosing Cosmetic Dentistry When Treating Your Asthma Has Impaired The Appearance Of Your Teeth

28 May 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you suffer from asthma and have frequently used inhalers or nebulizer treatments containing albuterol or other medications, you might be surprised to learn that you could be at a higher risk of significant dental decay and gum disease. Even after treating the underlying issues, it's still possible that stained or discolored teeth still exist. That is often the result of the dry mouth commonly associated with those treatments as well as the irritation within your mouth that could occur following a breathing treatment or use of an inhaler. Read More