Less Noticeable Orthodontic Options For Your Child

15 October 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your child's teeth are crooked, their dentist may have already prescribed braces. Still, the provider may present you with multiple options to meet your child's orthodontic needs, including kids' braces. Nevertheless, some children may feel self-conscious about wearing conventional braces. Here are a few orthodontic options that may be less noticeable on your child's teeth. Ceramic Braces Ceramic braces have the same basic components as traditional braces. However, the brackets of the devices are fashioned from ceramic material. Read More 

3 Things You Should Do If You’ve Chipped Your Tooth

7 September 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Chipping your tooth can be painful. It can also make you feel self-conscious, especially if you have a front tooth that is chipped. When you chip your tooth, your root could be exposed and you could be feeling a lot of pain with every breath, each time you drink, or whenever you eat. If you chipped your tooth, there are things you need to do. Read on for what you should do if you've chipped your tooth. Read More 

4 Oral Health Tips To Observe After A Dental Implant Surgery

23 July 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Are you tired of replacing dentures that eventually become loose? Perhaps you have been yearning for something more natural-looking and relatively permanent? Implants are one of the best replacement options for lost or missing teeth. Inserting an implant into your jawbone entails an invasive procedure, but you have no reason to worry. As you prepare to head into the dental clinic for the surgery, you might want to learn about some after-care tips. Read More 

Replacing Multiple Missing Teeth

15 June 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Many people lose multiple teeth as they age. With fewer teeth in their mouth, they may find it difficult to chew their food thoroughly. Additionally, they may have trouble pronouncing words properly. Tooth loss can also have a negative impact on the remaining healthy teeth in the mouth. With extra room along the palates, the remaining teeth may start to migrate from their initial positions. Additionally, the missing teeth can provide no stimulation to the jawbone. Read More 

5 Things to Know About Panoramic X-Rays

4 May 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Do you have a dental appointment scheduled and you expect to get a panoramic X-ray? Here are some things that you'll want to know about this unique type of X-ray. What Are Panoramic X-rays? What makes a panoramic x-ray unique is the view it gives of your teeth. Instead of taking an X-ray of a small section, the scanner goes around your entire head to give your dentist a full view of your mouth. Read More