The Truth About Your Tooth

The Truth About Your Tooth

Dental Implants: They're The Long-Term Choice

In many decisions, there is an option that looks to be better in the short-term and there is another option that looks to be better in the long-term. This is as true with the decision to replace a missing tooth as it is with most other decisions. In the short-term, a dental bridge might sound like a better option — it's cheaper, and you don't have to have surgery. In

Problems That Dental Veneers Can Fix

Cosmetic dentistry is a very important field that helps restore people's teeth visually and functionally. One of the more prominent services in this particular domain is veneers. They're essentially thin shells that go over teeth and they can help address a range of problems. Stains Even if you're responsible for how your teeth are cared for, stains can sometimes stil

3 Ways To Protect Your Child's Teeth From Candy

The holiday season is quickly approaching, and with it, comes all kinds of delicious candy. You probably know that candy is not the best thing for your child's teeth. Candy usually contains large amounts of sugar, which is the primary cause of cavities. Some types of candy are also very acidic, which leads to worn enamel and damaged teeth. The good news is, you can st

Three Practical Ways To Keep Your Oral Health A Priority

It is always better to take care of your mouth, teeth, and gums rather than deal with an oral health issue or to have to undergo a restorative procedure. However, when you are busy, sometimes it can seem like a challenge to keep your oral health in mind. Fortunately, there are some practical measures each person can take to keep their focus on their oral health. Learn

Helping Your Children Deal With Fluorosis

If your child has white or brown spots on his or her teeth, you may wonder if it's decay. A pediatric dentist can diagnose the issue, but what your child may have is fluorosis. Fluorosis is a harmless condition that only affects the appearance of teeth. However, fluorosis can significantly damage a child's self-esteem if he or she brushes and flosses well but still ha