Working With Your Dentist Every Day

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Working With Your Dentist Every Day

When you start focusing more seriously on dental care, there are a lot of things to keep in mind. From brushing your teeth carefully to identifying different challenges that could come your way, there are all kinds of things to keep in mind when it comes to your dental health. Fortunately, by doing what you can to identify problems and overcome issues, you can pave the way for healthier teeth and gums. For starters, you can start to improve your gum health by flossing regularly. You can also brush more carefully with a toothbrush, with special attention to cleaning your gum line. Check out these simple posts for tips and tricks for avoiding tooth decay.


Dental Implant Sensitivity Or Allergy: What To Look Out For

5 November 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Contemporary dental implants can be traced back to 1952 when it was discovered that titanium implants resulted in successful osseointegration (the process of the implant fusing to the surrounding tissues). The first modern implant was fitted to a human volunteer in 1965. It wasn't until the subsequent decades that implant dentistry became widespread, and there are now people with dental implants who might have had them for decades. If you've had your implant for many years, you will know that you're not supposed to feel its presence, and it should feel just like a natural tooth. Read More …

Beyond Invisibility: Other Good Reasons To Choose Invisalign

8 October 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

These days, fewer people are opting for traditional braces, and more are choosing to straighten their teeth with Invisalign. The key benefit of these aligners is obvious: they're clear. It is nice to know that you don't have to walk around with metal brackets on your teeth for a year or deal with everyone staring at your mouth. However, the invisible nature of Invisalign is just one of the many benefits of choosing these aligners over braces. Read More …

You Chipped Your Tooth: Now What?

5 October 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You chipped your tooth, and you don't have a dentist appointment any time soon. Do you call the emergency dentist for care? Do you try to find the chip that came out of your tooth? Should you try to bandage your tooth in some way? Can you eat solid foods until you get your tooth looked at? Are you going to need expensive dental care to fix the situation? Or maybe the chip isn't that bad. Read More …

Wisdom Tooth Cavities: What Will A Family Dentist Do About Yours?

30 September 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you still have all four of your wisdom teeth, you want to take care of them properly. But if you develop a cavity, or hole, in one of your wisdom teeth, you may wonder if a family dentist will extract the tooth or fill it. The treatment for your tooth may depend on several factors, including the depth and location of the cavity inside it. Learn more about the cavity in your wisdom tooth below. Read More …

Should You See a Dentist for Your Sensitive Teeth?

28 September 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Do you have sensitive teeth? Should you see a dentist about it? While it's not uncommon to have sensitive teeth every now and then, there are times that you need to have your dentist take a look at your smile and help you figure out what is wrong. Should you see a dentist for your sensitive teeth? Here is a guide to help you understand if you should see a professional for oral health care, or if your sensitive teeth issue is something you can handle on your own. Read More …