2 Tips To Deal With Tooth Sensitivity After Whitening Teeth With Weak Enamel

28 February 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

An at-home whitening kit is one of the easiest tools you can use in order to upgrade your smile. Depending on how many shades brighter you want to go, you may experience tooth sensitivity. The reason that many teeth-whitener users experience sensitivity is because the enamel is broken down during the process. If you undergo this process when already suffering from weak enamel, then the results can be even more severe. If you already have weak enamel, then it is important to always speak to your dentist before undergoing any kind of cosmetic procedure. Read More 

Two Tips To Get Inflammation Under Control After Getting A Root Canal As A Teen

28 February 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you had to undergo a root canal, then the health of your teeth may have been in severe condition. Root canals are performed to remove contaminated dental pulp. This usually results from an extended period of time of poor dental care. If you experience this procedure as a teen, then it can feel overwhelming. Once the procedure is complete, you may have to deal with inflammation around the surgical sites. Read More 

Want Less Time in the Dental Chair? Procedures and Wait Times That Have Just Been Shortened

6 February 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

With the rapid way people live their lives, it is no surprise that everyone is looking to speed up services. Even dentists have found and developed ways to make both procedures and wait times shorter for patients. If you want to know if you can reduce your time in the dental chair, check out the following procedures that have been shortened for your convenience. Same Day Dental Crowns Traditional procedures for a dental crown involves taking a mold of your tooth, sanding that tooth down, placing a temporary cap, and then making you wait three days to two weeks to get your permanent crown put on over your tooth. Read More 

3 Medications That Can Cause Cavities In Children

19 January 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your child has a chronic medical condition such as seizure disorder or cardiovascular disease, the pediatrician has probably prescribed medication to manage symptoms. While it is crucial that your child follow the medical protocol developed by the physician, you will need to be vigilant about monitoring for side effects. While many medications cause common side effects such as drowsiness, dizziness, and gastrointestinal upset, certain drugs can lead to oral problems, which can heighten the risk for dental cavities. Read More 

Differences Between Same Day And Regular Implants

29 December 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Same day implants may sound like a dream come true: the convenience of the same day procedure with the stability of dental implants. But the whole truth is often a bit more complex than that. Here are some of the similarities and differences between same day and regular dental implants to help you make your choice between the two when you visit your dental office. Both Area Tooth Prosthetic Both types of procedure seem similar because they allow you to have a tooth prosthetic that fits directly in line with your regular teeth. Read More