A few years ago, I realized that I was thinking about dental care all wrong. Instead of listening carefully to my dentist and making the necessary changes, I assumed that he was ultimately responsible for making sure that my teeth stayed healthy. Unfortunately, I developed a few serious cavities because I failed to properly brush and floss my teeth, and I knew that it was my fault. I decided to start taking notes at my dental checkups and carefully abiding by the dentist's orders. The difference was almost miraculous. This blog is all about working with your dentist to improve your result.
28 May 2017
Losing a tooth as a child is exciting. It's a right of passage and part of growing up, plus the tooth fairy usually brings you something special. Losing a tooth as an adult is not quite as exciting. A lost tooth can change your appearance, make you feel insecure, could change the way that you eat, and the tooth fairy doesn't bring you any money. If you have a missing tooth as an adult, you have a number of different options including dentures, a bridge or dental implants.
23 May 2017
If you are all of a sudden struggling with bad breath then it's important for you to find out what is causing it and address the problem. Not only can bad breath be hard for you to deal with because it can be embarrassing and affect your love life in a negative manner, but it can also indicate serious issues that shouldn't be ignored. This article will provide you with loads of information on bad breath so you can get to the bottom of what's causing yours and take care of what needs to be addressed.
8 May 2017
Dental crowns are designed to be long-term solutions to protect teeth that have had deep drilling or other damage done to them, but sometimes problems can occur. While rare, dental crowns can sometimes fall off of a tooth due to too much damage or pressure being put on them. If this has happened to you, read this quick guide to learn what you can do to protect your tooth from further damage.
26 April 2017
Most people don't enjoy going to the dentist; still, it's important to go regularly for exams and cleanings. That little bit of time you spend at the dentist now can save you from a lot of pain and expensive treatment down the road. Furthermore, there are some "red flags" to watch out for that indicate the need to see a dentist sooner rather than later. It's Been More Than Six Months Since Your Last Exam
26 April 2017
If you currently have a tooth that's aching, you'll most likely want to make an appointment with a family dentist to find out what is happening with it. Unfortunately, it may be hard to see your dentist as soon as you would like. This means you'll be in some degree of pain until then, which can make it difficult to go about your day. Here are 4 ways you can soothe the pain you are experiencing.