How To Prepare For Dental Implants And Aftercare Tips

6 November 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you want to get dental implants to replace missing teeth, you will first have to get approved by your dentist for the surgery. While it isn't an extensive surgery, you will need to be in overall good health in order to heal effectively once the implant is placed in your jaw. If you have diabetes and blood sugar levels are out of control, you may have to wait to get implants. Read More 

3 Things To Know About Dental Fillings

16 October 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have dental decay or cavities, dental fillings are likely to be needed. Fillings are extremely common and many find that they need them at some point in their lifetime. Even with proper oral hygiene, dental decay can still take root. Treating decay and cavities with dental fillings as soon as possible is a must in order to prevent future dental problems. If you are in need of a filling, there are a few things that you should know. Read More 

Here’s How Straightening Your Teeth Can Help With TMJ

20 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJ, can be a big problem for its sufferers. TMJ can not only cause joint pain and clicking in the joint but, in extreme cases, stiffness or downright locking of the joint. If you've ever had these problems and know that you have TMJ, it's possible that getting braces could help you to stop suffering. Here's what you need to know about invisible braces treatment and how it can help with TMJ. Read More 

Considering Invisalign As An Adult? What You Need To Know

20 August 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Your smile has a major impact on your appearance. For many adults, crooked or misaligned teeth can have a negative impact on their self esteem. The good news is that orthodontic treatment is available at any age and can make a big difference. In fact, one in five orthodontic patients is an adult. Invisalign is a popular option for adults since the clear plastic aligners are virtually undetectable and allow you to eat the foods you enjoy. Read More 

Common Causes Of Gray Dental Staining

15 July 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Certain foods and drinks, such as coffee, red wine, cherries, blueberries, and tea, can cause dental staining. These types of stains are known as extrinsic stains because they develop on the exterior of your tooth enamel. Keeping your teeth cleaning appointment with your dentist will get rid of pigment stains on your teeth, but other stains, such as those that cause your teeth to turn gray, may be more difficult to treat. Read More