Check In On Your Brushing

toothbrushandpasteDo you assume that you are doing a wonderful job with your daily brushing? Have you suddenly wondered whether you’re doing everything right or if there is some part of your dental hygiene that you might improve? The good news is that checking in on your brushing is quite simple. Look over some guidelines to determine whether you have been following them or if you need to make a change or two to your daily brushing sessions. It’s that easy.


Improving Dentures with Dental Implants

improve dentures with dental implantsThey may be among the oldest forms of prosthetic dentistry, and they may go a long way in improving a patient’s confidence and quality of life after suffering tooth loss. Still, dentures are not perfect in their ability to replace missing teeth. If you’ve worn one for a while, then you may already be familiar with many of the common drawbacks of conventional dentures, like becoming loose and uncomfortable after a while.

If you’ve lost most or all of your teeth, or if you already rely on conventional tooth replacement, then dental implants may be able to significantly improve the comfort and quality of your dentures. (more…)

Plaque – The Source of Dental Health Troubles

plaque - the source of dental health issuesSince childhood, most of us are taught that brushing and flossing our teeth helps keep our mouths healthy and reduces our risk of developing tooth decay and gum disease. Some people would readily and confidently agree that tooth brushing’s main beneficial purpose is the removal of plaque.

However, many people would be hard-pressed to explain what plaque is, or why it needs to be removed to retain your good oral health. In the firm belief that knowledge is power, we explain plaque formation and the dangers it poses to your dental health if not controlled properly. (more…)

Dental Crowns of Different Sizes

dental crowns of different sizesDental issues and tooth loss may be common, but your teeth were meant to last a lifetime. Still, years of use in the midst of poor oral hygiene can threaten your smile’s longevity. Dental trauma stemming from accidental impact can also bring your teeth to an early demise if the damage is severe enough. Typically, however, your tooth can be saved, even if it is too weak to support itself alone.

The purpose of dental crowns is to preserve healthy tooth structure, so when a tooth is damaged but doesn’t need a full crown, your dentist can design and place a partial crown – also known as a ¾ crown, or an inlay/onlay. (more…)

Teeth Whitening, for the Brighter Smile You Want

brighter smile you want with teeth whiteningA smile is one of the most common facial expressions we use in our daily lives. Therefore, having confidence in your smile is often vitally important to success in certain areas of your personal and professional life. Unfortunately, many people lack that confidence, and one of the most common causes is discolored or stained teeth.

With the right professional teeth whitening treatment, though, you can enjoy the brighter smile you want with no hassle, and amazing results. (more…)