Everything You Need To Know About Cosmetic Dentistry
3 August 2015
Everyone knows that you should go to the dentist if your tooth hurts or if you are in need of a checkup. However, people don't always recognize the signs that they need to pay the dentist a visit. This is doubly true for the category of cosmetic dentistry.
So what is cosmetic dentistry?
This branch of dentistry mainly focuses on procedures that improve the appearance of one's teeth and gums. Some of the most common cosmetic dental procedures are teeth whitenings, tooth reshapings, veneers, and bite reclamations.
What To Do When Your Tooth Gets Knocked Out
19 July 2015
Participating in sports can be dangerous, especially when it come to the health of your teeth. Having a tooth knocked out during a sporting event is not uncommon, but you might not know how to react in that type of emergency situation.
To help give your dentist the best chance of saving your tooth, here are two things that you should do if you have a tooth knocked out in the future.
3 Advanced Dental Cleanings For Problem Teeth
25 June 2015
Optimal oral healthcare comes from daily diligence and a visit to the dentist once or twice a year for a deep cleaning. But if genetics or healthcare slips have left your mouth in less than optimal condition, your next visit to the dentist might require a deeper clean to restore health and better protect your teeth in the future.
Here are a few types of advanced dental cleanings a dentist might use for problem teeth.
Potential Dental Treatment Options For Tooth And Nail Syndrome
10 June 2015
The rare genetic condition tooth and nail syndrome presents with a failure of teeth and nails to develop properly. Baby and adult teeth can be missing entirely or misshapen. Several dental treatment options exist to both improve your bite and improve the appearance of your smile.
Here are a few of the treatment options you can discuss during your next dentist appointment.
Missing Adult Teeth: Partials or Dental Implants
Missing adult teeth can create problems when chewing and leave gaps in your smile.