Five Reasons Why Dental Crowns Still Make Sense

If you've been considering investing in improving your smile, you probably have heard a lot of talk about dental implants. While these replacement teeth are durable and offer many advantages, they can be very expensive and take a long time to fit. In many cases, traditional dental crowns can give you a beautiful, flawless smile without breaking your budget or taking up a lot of your time. However, lower cost is just one of many good reasons to opt for dental crowns over implants and other cosmetic dental options. Read More 

Dental Implants And Dental Reconstruction

The hole in your smile caused by losing a tooth unleashes more than a negative social stigma. Without a root to transfer the pressure placed on a tooth while chewing to the jawbone and thus stimulate it, you can experience bone-density loss. As you lose bone density, the teeth surrounding the gap in your smile can move, which can cause your bite to get out of whack. A misaligned bite can be painful. Read More 

Are Your Teeth Getting Enough Fluoride?

Strong enamel is one of the keys to good dental health. If your enamel is strong, you'll be less prone to cavities and tooth decay, and you stand a better chance of keeping all of your teeth as you age. In order to have strong enamel, you need to make sure your teeth are exposed to enough fluoride. Here's a closer look at fluoride and how to ensure you're getting enough. Read More 

Anxiety Disorders And Dentistry

Many people who visit the dentist feel anxious. It's a common condition that dentists have been trained to handle. What happens if you have an actual dental phobia and have to go to the dentist? The entire appointment can become an emotional landmine. If you have clinical anxiety, you can work with your dentist to make treatment easier. Oral Health Care Issues If you have anxiety, you are more prone to develop certain issues. Read More 

Oral Health 101: 3 Reasons You Might Be Having A Toothache That Aren’t Related To Cavities

If you are like most people, you have probably suffered from the pain of a toothache. While toothaches are most commonly caused by cavities and infections, those aren't the only reasons for experiencing pain in your mouth. In fact, there are many possible reasons that you're feeling the pain of a toothache. So what other reasons could be to blame? Here are three common ones: 1. Sensitivity If you experience pain when eating or drinking something that is hot or cold in temperature, you have tooth sensitivity. Read More