Three Ways To Keep Your Active Teen’s Teeth In Good Condition

17 November 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

After the baby tooth phase, your child will have only one set of adult teeth to care for. Teenagers should learn to take care of their adult teeth as early as possible in order to ensure good overall health. If you teenager is active in several sports, taking care of their teeth and oral health is even more necessary. Sports injuries are one of the main reasons that teens and young adults lose teeth, chip teeth, or injure their tongue. Read More 

How Vitamins And Minerals Can Help Keep Your Teeth Health

20 October 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

While brushing, flossing and gargling with a good mouthwash can help you keep your teeth healthy, there are also other things that you can do to ensure you help them stay as strong and healthy as possible. Making sure you are getting the right type of vitamins and minerals each day is another thing that you can do to help with the condition of your teeth. Here are some of the vitamins and minerals you want to be sure you consume and how they help: Read More 

Is Zirconia A Good Material For Crowns?

25 September 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you get dental crowns for damaged teeth, you typically have a choice of materials you can have the false teeth made from, such as metal or resin. Although porcelain is fairly popular because it closely matches the color and look of real teeth, you may want to consider getting your crown made with zirconia instead. Here is more information about this material to help you decide if it is a good option for you. Read More 

Do You Have A Cavity? Figure Out If You Really Need Dental Treatment

29 August 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a tooth you've noticed has some markings or discoloration but you haven't been to the dentist in a while and you worry that you have some type of cavity, you want to make an appointment to get answers for the problem. If the tooth doesn't have a cavity or it has a minor cavity, work may not be needed. Here are a few signs you need to get in to see what is going on. Read More 

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