After years of wear-and-tear on your teeth, it’s no wonder you hide your toothy grin behind your lips. Between the chips in your teeth you got when you were a kid and the years of drinking coffee, you’re less than confident in your smile, and it’s completely understandable. There’s a permanent natural-looking solution to your problem that will give you the self-confidence you need to post those smiling selfies and step to the front of your family picture. Porcelain veneers could give you back your best smile.
February 24, 2019
February 12, 2019
When you’re suffering from a toothache, nothing may seem more obvious than to ask your dentist to perform an extraction. In most cases however, you’ll come out better by trying to save the tooth. That’s because your teeth are like a row of dominoes. When one falls, the others are likely to follow.
January 7, 2019
One of the areas you’re looking to make improvements in this year is your oral health. However, you’re not sure where to start. You want some simple steps to follow that will yield results. Thankfully, your family dentist weighs in to fulfill your request by listing 5 oral health tips that will make a positive impact this year!
December 19, 2018
When most people think about getting dental work, they think of having a cavity filled or getting a checkup. But did you know that teeth develop cracks and fractures nearly as often as they get cavities? Every tooth has to have a sound structure – otherwise, you risk pain and sensitivity when you chew as well as breaking the tooth again down the road. And although it’s alarming to find out that you’ve cracked a tooth, there are multiple treatments that will restore your teeth’s strength, function and appearance. A dentist may recommend fillings, dental crowns or implants, depending on how large the crack is. Keep reading to find out more!
December 2, 2018
As your little one gets older, you’ll look back and reflect on certain milestones in his or her life. One of them will be the first dental visit, which sets an important precedent for his or her oral health. When should you take your child in for the first appointment, though? Furthermore, what should you expect to happen? These questions are answered by your family dentist as you continue reading.
November 18, 2018
The foundation for a healthy smile relies on your oral hygiene habits and the care you receive from your dentist. In addition to brushing and flossing, the American Dental Association recommends you have a cleaning and checkup at least twice a year. Unfortunately, one-third of Americans did not schedule a visit last year. Often, the fear of a large bill stops many from seeing their dentist. Thankfully, you have dental insurance, which allows you to get the services you need for discounted rates.
November 7, 2018
Do you have a severely damaged tooth causing you grief? You may be tempted to have the tooth extracted to eliminate the problem. Although it seems like a simple and easy solution, it is best to visit your dentist to save your tooth. Every tooth serves an invaluable role in your oral health and functions. When even one is missing, several new complications develop, like decreased bone density and even additional tooth loss. To save your smile, visit your restorative dentist right away. There are several solutions to repair your tooth.
October 29, 2018
After a lovely dinner full of engaging conversation and lots of laughter, you are dropping your date off at their home and you lean in for a kiss – however, instead of meeting you halfway, your date recoils! Could it be because of bad breath? According to the American Dental Association, nearly 1 in 4 people have bad breath. Whether it was the garlic-heavy meal you ate or because you are experiencing dry mouth, a smelly breath can produce awkward encounters and be a source of major embarrassment. If you want a better shot at ending your next date on a high note, be sure to read the following 3 tips from a dentist on how to beat bad breath.
October 27, 2018
It’s a Sunday afternoon, and you have plans to attend the Colts football game to cheer on your hometown gladiators of the gridiron. However, the sudden pain of a toothache puts a quick halt to what would have been a fun-filled day. You have a dental emergency on your hands, but what should you do about it? As you read on, your local emergency dentist explains how to identify the signs of a dental emergency and then reveals what you should do to stabilize the situation.
September 20, 2018
For years, you’ve been living with an unwanted gap between your teeth, and now the time has come to do something about it. The problem is you’re not sure what can be done to correct the problem. With the advances in dentistry, you now have some options to choose from, and as you continue reading, your cosmetic dentist weighs in to discuss them.