Month: June 2017

Root Canal Treatment Can Save Your Tooth

Being consistent with your oral healthcare can mostly prevent the need for major treatments. Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day is a good step in protecting your mouth from tooth decay and gum disease. Regular visits to your dentist for professional cleanings and a check-up can keep you ahead of major problems. However vigilant… Read more »

Extending The Life Of Your Dental Crown

In the past, dental crowns were made from a metal alloy. Not only were they unattractive, but they were susceptible to breakage and cracking. Technological advances has resulted in crowns made from porcelain. The porcelain matches both the appearance and the long lifetimes of natural teeth. If a porcelain crown has been used to restore… Read more »

Is Restorative Dentistry Really Necessary?

Have you been experiencing increased tooth sensitivity recently, particularly when you try to enjoy your meals? What about pain when you try to sip a hot cup of coffee, or bite into an ice cream cone? If so, you may feel tempted to ignore it, or to simply hope that it will go away on… Read more »

Summer Is a Great Time to Care for Kids’ Smiles

Now that school has finally let out for the summer, are your kids going a bit stir crazy trapped inside the house? It doesn’t take long for kids who are used to lots of activities to grow restless, especially in the summer heat. Well, one activity you could add to your calendar is preventive dental… Read more »

Did You Know Drinking Water Could Help Protect Your Dental Health?

Are you curious if there are any simple steps you could take to help protect your smile from common threats, such as cavities and even gum disease? Most people would be thrilled to avoid cavities and other dental problems, particularly if doing so was simple and affordable. Yet many people overlook one of the easiest… Read more »