Insight To Help You Take Care Of Your Oral Health To Prevent, Heal, And Restore Oral Decay

Taking care of your oral health is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Oral decay, and tooth and gum loss as part of unhealthy oral health can cause you issues with speech, eating, smiling, and can affect your self-confidence. Fortunately, depending on the condition of your oral health and stage of any decay, there are many options to help prevent, heal, and repair teeth and gum decay and infection. Read More 

What Happens When Dental Implant Roots Are Angled in the Jaw?

If you have decided to work with your dentist to replace a missing tooth, then you may have decided that a dental implant is best for your situation. You may know by now that dental implantation requires a great deal of preparation before the implant can even be placed in the mouth. In some cases, the dental implant may be scheduled for angled placement. You should know that angled implants have long been used to correct poor initial positioning of the implant root. Read More 

Options To Make Your Smile Better When You Are Tired Of Crooked, Stained, Or Missing Teeth

Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving your smile and giving you whiter, straighter teeth. Through a variety of methods, your dentist can replace missing teeth with natural-feeling replacements, or whiten your teeth better than any at-home remedy. If you have a smile that you aren't happy with, it's time to talk with your dentist about your choices. Crooked teeth can be fixed with veneers, while any chips you may have can be repaired using bonding material. Read More 

Should You Get Porcelain Veneers?

If you have dental problems then you may have heard your dentist mention the possibility of porcelain veneers as a god option to correct the issues that you are dealing with. If you aren't yet familiar with porcelain veneers then you probably have tons of questions about them. You can get answers about veneers in this article: How are veneers made? Veneers are made to fit the separate teeth on a mold of your mouth. Read More 

2 Food Tips To Use If Your Child Experiences TMJ After A Dive

TMJ (temporomandibular joint syndrome) is fairly common in both children and adults that dive frequently. There is a large amount of stress that is placed on your jaw joints and this can result in pain for an extended period of time. If your child experiences TMJ, then their pain may last a few minutes, hours, or even days. If it lasts for a long time, then it is difficult to avoid activities that place additional stress on the jaw. Read More