Dental Treatments For Thinning Enamel

When your tooth enamel starts thinning, it means that you have enamel erosion, which can raise your risk for cavities and tooth sensitivity. Enamel erosion can be caused by consuming large quantities of acidic foods and drinks, eating foods high in sugar, acid reflux disease, taking certain medications, and grinding your teeth. While taking measures to prevent enamel thinning in the first place is best, enamel erosion may develop despite your best efforts. Read More 

Complete Tooth Removal: What Is Your Best Replacement Option?

Some people have many issue with their teeth, so much so that they may consider having them all pulled and replaced. If you are contemplating this option, you need to know about tooth replacements. You may think you only need dentures, but dental implants are a much better route to take. Here is why: Why Aren't Dentures Enough? If your teeth are in such bad condition that you want them removed, you may automatically assume that dentures are the way to go. Read More 

3 Functional Benefits Of Orthodontic Treatment

Is your dentist recommending that you get orthodontic treatment? Some people may balk at orthodontic treatment if their teeth are fairly straight. However, orthodontic work isn't just for aesthetics, there are functional benefits as well. Here are three ways orthodontic treatment can improve your oral health and overall health. You Reduce Teeth Grinding Ideally, tooth cusps in one arch should fit together snugly in the pits of the opposing arch. However, if your teeth are slightly misaligned or crooked, then the opposing teeth may have extra stress on certain areas of enamel that they shouldn't. Read More