Dental Implants Take a While—and That’s a Good Thing

When you have one or more missing teeth, you may consider replacement options. There are several choices, like dentures, bridges, and dental implants. If you've read about dental implants, chances are that you know that they typically require multiple visits to the dentist's office, and can take a while to be completely done. If you're cautious or concerned about this, it's worth pointing out that this is a good thing. Here's why. Read More 

4 Reasons To Consider Invisalign To Fix Your Smile

If you want to fix your smile, you will need to work with your dentist and orthodontist to get your smile straight and look great. One option you will want to discuss with your dentist is Invisalign treatment. Invisalign uses a series of aligners instead of braces to move your teeth back into place. #1: Comfortable Many people shy away from fixing their smile because traditional braces, with their metal brackets, are known for how uncomfortable they are. Read More 

Should You Ever Pull A Child’s Loose Tooth?

Patience is a virtue, although some impatience is to be expected when one of your child's teeth starts to loosen. Your child wants that tooth gone with its loss (and the imminent arrival of a permanent adult tooth) being a sign of growing up, not to mention the fact that the Tooth Fairy might leave a few bucks under their pillow. Yes, your child wants that tooth to hurry up and fall out, and you might be tempted to get in on the act. Read More 

A Pediatric Dentist Can Be A Great Dentist For Your Child

There are more reasons than you may realize for taking your child in to see the dentist according to the dentist's recommendations. Even if your child's teeth look fabulous, you want to keep the appointment you set up for them the last time you brought them in. The number of times a year your child's dentist wants to see them depends on several factors, including their age and the condition of their teeth and gums. Read More 

Are You Flossing Your Rear Molars Properly?

Are you currently brushing and flossing twice a day and doing everything that you feel like you can do to keep your teeth healthy? If so, know that the quality of how you clean your teeth is just as important as the number of times that you do it. When it comes to flossing, many people do not do it properly and end up missing key parts of their mouth. With the hardest part of your teeth to floss being the rear molars, it will help to know some tips for doing the job correctly. Read More