Developing and maintaining high quality oral routines is an important part of keeping your teeth health. Unfortunately, taking care of the health of your teeth does not mean that they automatically look the way you want. You can have healthy teeth that are stained, chipped, or cracked. An injury can cause you to lose an otherwise healthy tooth. You may have healthy teeth but hate the way they are shaped. Fortunately, cosmetic dentistry can help you get the smile of your dreams.Read More
If you start teaching your kids good oral hygiene habits at a young age, you can put them on a path toward life-long oral health. Some actions become so engrained that it just doesn’t feel right not to complete them. Have you ever noticed that it is difficult to fall asleep if you go to bed before brushing your teeth? If so, it means that you have so firmly established the habit of brushing your teeth before bed that it feels wrong not to follow through. When it comes to teaching your kids about oral hygiene, the goal is to get the good habits so ingrained that they continue them throughout life.Read More
Cosmetic dentistry is concerned with the way that your smile looks. But the cosmetic procedures available at your dentist can improve your smile in a number of other ways as well. If you want to improve your smile – the way it looks or functions – there may be a cosmetic procedure that can help. Cosmetic dentistry can improve your smile by brightening your teeth, repairing damage, removing dark fillings, and replacing missing teeth.Read More
The best time to learn how to respond in the event of an emergency is before an emergency occurs. That is why we have fire drills in schools and emergency preparedness plans at businesses. The same is true when it comes to dental emergencies. It will be difficult to figure out what to do for a dental emergency when you are experiencing severe pain – or watching your child experience pain. The time to learn how to handle a dental emergency is now.Read More
Taking care of your oral health can feel like a routine task. And, as with any routine task, it is easy to let parts of your oral hygiene routine start to slip over time. Allowing your oral hygiene routine to slip can have serious consequences. Fortunately, following a few simple tips can help you stay on track and improve your overall oral hygiene.
Many people experience bleeding gums every time they floss. But just because this is a common issue does not make it a normal issue. Your gums should not bleed every time you floss. In order to fix this problem, you need to understand what causes your gums to bleed when you floss and what steps you can take to get the health of your gums back on track.Read More