Dentist

Protecting Your Teeth From Decay

Tooth decay can cause a great deal of damage to your teeth. In fact, a cavity can grow so large, that it necessitates the removal of a tooth. Still, decay can be avoided if the right precautions are taken.  Use an Oral Irrigator if Your Teeth Are Crowded or Tightly Aligned Many people who don't have straight teeth experience problems using traditional dental floss. When the teeth are crowded or too closely set, the floss can become snagged between the teeth or even break during its insertion between into the interdental spaces. Read More 

Hints That You Should Be Able To Expect A Positive Dental Exam Prognosis

When you go to the dentist with no idea of what you are going to hear, it can be scary. This can especially be the case if you are a patient who already has anxiety and stress about going in for your checkups. If there are plenty of signs that you should be able to expect a good dental visit outcome, then you should go with it and not stress. Here are some things that should make you feel better going in: Read More 

How A Good Night’s Rest Will Improve Your Oral Health

Most people know that oral health problems can interfere with the quality and quantity of sleep. For example, sleep apnea or bruxism can deny you a good night's rest. What you may not know is that it works the other way too; poor sleep can also affect your oral health. Here are three ways in which this might happen: Poor Sleep Leads To Stress Inadequate or disturbed sleep will leave you feeling irritable, moody, and stressed up. Read More 

4 Important Questions To Ask A Cosmetic Dentist

Do you have a less than perfect smile? Have you recently achieved the financial means to get your teeth fixed up? As you may already have discovered, there can be a lot more to acquiring the best smile than simply picking a dentist at random and having them work on your teeth. Before you agree to have any work done, it's a good idea to ask a few questions of your dentist so that you know what's going on. Read More 

5 Reasons You Want Invisible Braces

There are two choices when it comes to straightening your teeth, which include traditional braces or invisible braces. Invisible braces are starting to become a common trend and for good reason. Here are five reason you want them: Self-Confidence: First off, you can keep your self-confidence in tact. This is because invisible braces are so discreet that you may even find that most people you meet don't even know that you are wearing them. Read More