Month: December 2016

Need A Dental Crown? What To Expect

People who keep up with oral health care at home, and enjoy regular dental visits, are less likely to need a dental crown than those who neglect their teeth. This is because you are less likely to have a cavity – and, because you keep up with regular visits, your dentist can catch a cavity… Read more »

Using Dental Sedation To Help Anxious Patients

To help with dental discomfort during a more advanced restorative procedure, like a root canal treatment, your dentist can provide relief in the form of dental sedation. The administering of nitrous oxide or an oral sedative can ensure you go through a procedure without undue unease. Because restorative work at this stage can help rid… Read more »

Worried You Have A Cavity? What You Should Know

A lifetime without suffering a cavity is a great goal. Unfortunately, it is a goal many people will fall short of. Bacteria on your teeth secrete acids as part of their digestion process (they like to feed on sugar, which is why sugary items are typically called out for being cavity risks). Your enamel is… Read more »

Targeting Cosmetic Flaws To Help Improve Your Smile

Taking aim at dental flaws with cosmetic dental work can allow you to enjoy a dramatically improved appearance. People have different needs when it comes to making improvements to how they look; the same approach to cosmetic work would not serve every patient equally. The first step before engaging in any treatment is to talk… Read more »

Reach Out To Your Dentist For Help After A Dental Injury

A dental injury can be hazardous to your smile, and to your oral health. Unlike a cavity, which can take time to become severe, an accident can leave you in sudden need of serious restorative dental care. Your dentist is able to bring you in for treatment if you suffer a dental emergency. When you… Read more »