Month: November 2016

Why Tooth Loss Is Still a Thing

Over the centuries, personal hygiene and professional dental care have come a long way. In the early 20th century, we developed standards for caring for our own teeth at home, as well as materials that help us create lifelike cosmetic and reconstructive restorations. We’ve also learned a lot about why people lose teeth, how to… Read more »

Dental Restorations that Improve Your Smile’s Appearance!

When one or more of your teeth develops a cavity, becomes worn down, or suffers a fracture or break, the most important concern is to repair the damage. That’s the point of restorative dentistry, but with today’s advanced materials and dental technology, your dental restoration can also improve your smile’s appearance significantly. From tooth-colored fillings… Read more »

Questions for Your Cosmetic Dentist

Are you wondering what’s the best way to brighten a stained smile, or how to treat a cavity without your filling being obvious to the world? Cosmetic dentistry entails a number of ways to improve your smile’s appearance, as well as its health and integrity. By speaking with your dentist, you can decide with treatment… Read more »

When Grinding Your Teeth Becomes a Headache

There are almost countless potential reasons behind a common headache, but when the pain frequently comes back, then the underlying problem may be more serious than you realize at first. For instance, patients with bruxism can experience chronic headaches and migraines due to the pressure of constantly grinding their teeth. If you suffer from recurring… Read more »

When You Catch a Cavity Early

In most cases, prevention is the best way to protect your smile from issues like tooth decay and cavities. But with tooth decay affecting over 90% of adults in the United States, it’s apparent that prevention isn’t always 100% successful. Therefore, the next best thing is to catch a cavity early, before it can cause… Read more »