Learn How To Floss Effectively While Wearing Braces

16 August 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have crooked or misaligned teeth that made you feel embarrassed about your smile or caused more serious dental problems, getting braces can be a relief – it's your first step on the path to a straighter smile. However, you want your teeth to be clean and healthy when you take the braces off, and taking good care of your teeth can become more difficult when you're wearing braces. Flossing can be particularly difficult when you have braces on your teeth, but it's a vital part of your dental health. Read More 

Some Treatments A General Dentist May Offer Your Family

27 July 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A general dentist does much more than fill cavities. You may never need to see a dental specialist to keep your teeth in good shape. That's one reason it is important to find a dentist you like and who can take care of all your problems when they arise. Some forms of dentistry that require surgery or specialization in areas like sleep apnea may require a visit to a specially trained dental professional, and in that case your dentist can refer you to someone. Read More 

Two Reasons Going to the Dentist Should Be a Top Priority

12 July 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When it comes to your body, your mouth can sometimes be one of the most neglected orifices on your structure. You might make it a point to see your family doctor on a consistent basis to get your vital statistics and make sure that your bodily health is where it should be. However, as long as you're able to chew correctly and your teeth appear to be intact, it's entirely possible to neglect going to the dentist. Read More 

What To Do About Translucent Teeth

14 June 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Healthy teeth look white and solid, but sometimes even white teeth can begin to look somewhat translucent, or see-through. This is especially common for people who have had braces or oral health problems. If you've noticed that parts of your teeth appear to be translucent, read on to learn how this problem develops and what you can do about it. Why They Look That Way Teeth shouldn't look translucent if your mouth is healthy. Read More 

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