Pulp Treatments That May Be Completed By Your Dentist

30 June 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Teeth are quite complex, with multiple layers of living tissue. The most sensitive and soft layer is located within the innermost cavity of the tooth. This is where the pulp is located. And, like the outer portions of the tooth, the inside pulp will sometimes require dental treatments. Keep reading to learn about a few of them. Pulp Capping The internal tooth pulp is protected by hard layers of enamel and dentin. Read More 

Why It’s Important To See Your Dentist Regularly Even If You Wear Full Dentures And Have No Teeth

16 December 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you've lost all your natural teeth and wear dentures, you might think regular dental visits are no longer necessary. However, your dentist is concerned with the health of your entire mouth and not just your teeth, so they may recommend you continue to have routine dental care. Here's why this is important, even when you wear dentures. Dentures May Get Loose As Your Mouth Changes Your mouth slowly changes as you age. Read More 

What to Know About Dental Implants

11 November 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implants are artificial roots installed into your gums to provide a base for replacement teeth. Implants are highly effective in offering solutions for those who are missing teeth or who have chronic dental problems. The implant fuses to your bones in the jaw and creates an anchor for your teeth. The good news about implants is that you can treat them just as you treat your natural teeth. What Are the Parts of a Dental Implant? Read More 

3 Reasons To Feel Happy About Getting A Root Canal

17 October 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When someone describes an activity or experience as "about as pleasant as getting a root canal," you may naturally feel like you're in for trouble at your upcoming dental appointment. Root canals have gotten an unreasonably bad rap over the years, despite the fact that they can improve your quality of life in a number of ways. Here are three reasons that you should actually feel good about your impending root canal procedure. Read More 

Is There A Difference Between A Mouthguard And A Nightguard?

26 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Many people believe that mouthguards and nightguards are the same things, and while they are similar, they are not the same. Each of these is designed for a different purpose, yet both are very important devices that are used to protect the teeth. Here are several things to understand about the uses of mouthguards and nightguards, as well as the key differences between them. The purpose of a mouthguard The main purpose a mouthguard serves is to protect teeth during some type of activity that could lead to injuries to the teeth. Read More