Getting Dentures? 3 FAQs Of New Denture Wearers

24 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Both partial and full dentures are great ways to restore oral aesthetics and functions, like eating and speaking. If you are new to denture wear, here are just a few questions you may have. What are the components of a partial and full denture? Partial and full dentures both contain artificial teeth made of either porcelain or acrylic, but their parts are different. A partial denture contains a: Saddle: This is a metal mesh that is covered in an acrylic and looks like gum tissue, which is what holds your artificial teeth. Read More 

Kids And Cavities: The Consequences Of Tooth Decay

28 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Don't underestimate the value of teaching children about oral health and hygiene at an early age. Tooth decay leads to a whole host of other issues that can last a lifetime. Many parents begin taking their babies to a pediatric dentist before they even have teeth, though it is recommended that you take them around age one, around six months after their first tooth comes in. The repercussions of poor oral hygiene can be cavities, which leads to other challenges and problems: Read More 

4 Reasons You SHOULD Replace A Missing Back Tooth

5 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The loss of a tooth can be challenging. While shocking to learn, an estimated 69 percent of Americans between the ages of 35 and 44 have lost at least one permanent tooth. The loss of certain teeth, such as one located in the front of the mouth, can be even more problematic because it affects your appearance. However, the loss of a tooth located in the back of your mouth should still be a cause for concern. Read More 

What To Look For In A Family Dentist

12 August 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you take your kids to a pediatric dentist and then take yourself to an adult dentist, you may feel like you're doing more driving around for dentist appointments than you do for soccer practice. One way for you to lessen the stress is to find a family dentist that everyone in your family can go to; that way you don't have to worry about driving all around town for dentist appointments. Read More 

Lifestyle Changes That Will Improve Your TMJ Symptoms

13 July 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you are suffering from TMJ, there are life habits that you should consider changing. Otherwise, you may make your condition worse. Stop Biting Your Nails Nail biting is very bad for those suffering from TMJ. By biting down on a hard surface, you will be aggravating your TMJ. Also, your nails will look horrible. If you are biting your nails because of a nervous habit, talk to your friends and family members about your habit so they can remind you of your commitment to stop biting your nails. Read More