The Benefits Of Dental Implants

Posted on: 11 December 2015

It's embarrassing to have missing teeth, but you should rest assured that it is a far-from-rare situation for many adults. Removable dentures are a common solution, but this is not the only or best way to deal with missing teeth. You can improve your smile, the health of your mouth and have a more convenient alternative to dentures with implants. Read on to find out more about how the dental implant process works, and to see if this could be the answer for your image problem.
[Read More]

Proper Care For Your Porcelain Veneers

Posted on: 19 November 2015

Porcelain veneers are a popular alternative to dentures or implants. This treatment involves adding a thin veneer or layer to the teeth using porcelain to give them a natural look. It is often used to fix broken or cracked teeth and can restore them to their normal appearance. If you have veneers or are thinking of getting them, it's important that you know how to properly care for them to extend their life and to ensure they stay nice and white.
[Read More]

In Pain From A Root Canal? 5 Ways You Can Get Relief Fast Without Medication

Posted on: 1 November 2015

After you have a root canal, you will likely experience some lingering dull pain as well as some sharp pain, especially when biting down or eating. You may also experience sensitivity to hot and cold foods and beverages. Your doctor will likely give you pain medications to deal with these symptoms. You may also be able to take over-the-counter medications. However, medication is sometimes not enough. You may have to do more.
[Read More]

Root Canals: Q & A To Help You Undertand Them And Feel Less Anxious About Them

Posted on: 16 October 2015

If you have been suffering from a terrible toothache, dental sensitivity to heat and cold, or a dental abscess, your dentist may suggest a root canal to alleviate your problems. However, you may be apprehensive. After all, aren't root canals notorious for being some of the most painful dental procedures? Here are a few questions and answers about root canals to help you understand these procedures and feel less anxious about them:
[Read More]