If you think all the discoveries have been made in dentistry, think again! One of the newest trends in dentistry is the use of lasers and they can greatly benefit you in regards to cavity detection and filling. Many dentists are adding lasers to their many tools and there are several advantages to using them in certain situations. Here is more about how lasers detect cavities, the advantage of using them, and how lasers can help with filling those cavities.
15 June 2019
Most people do unfortunately lose at least one of their permanent teeth at some point in their lifetime, but losing just one tooth can threaten the health of the rest of your teeth and severely affect your self-confidence. Most patients assume that getting a dental implant to replace an extracted tooth is a long process, but immediate-load dental implants make the transition much easier to handle. If you have a tooth you know will be extracted, you're bound to have questions.
16 May 2019
Are your teeth less ideal than you'd like them to be? Do you want to have them worked on but you're not sure how to choose who to go to? Few people actually like going to a dentist and trying to pick which one to see can just be stressful experience. But picking a dentist doesn't have to be stressful. By asking the right questions, you'll be able to figure out which dentist it is that you want to have work on your teeth.
17 April 2019
Your smile is not only important for your appearance – it is also important for living a normal life where you can eat and speak without pain or difficulty. Unfortunately, there are many conditions that can affect the look and health of your mouth, teeth, and gums. Today, most Americans have some form of tooth decay, which can wreak havoc on your smile's appearance and health. Early detection is key, though, so knowing all the possible signs of a cavity is essential.
19 March 2019
For many people, sensitive teeth seem to develop out of the clear blue sky. If you don't have an injury, it might surprise you to notice that one or more of your teeth are suddenly painful when trying to eat cold or hot foods. If you're wondering how your teeth have become sensitive, here's what you need to know. Gradual Wear and Tear Although some people get sensitive teeth due to obvious damage, like chipping a tooth, many more people experience it simply from day-to-day wear and tear.
19 February 2019
20 January 2019
In many cases, your dentist's main priority is to preserve all your teeth. Sometimes this means actually having a tooth extracted rather than working on the tooth itself. While losing a tooth may not be considered a good thing, your dentist may make this recommendation for a few reasons. Here are signs your tooth should be pulled; your dentist will discuss tooth pulling versus dental repair with you. Your tooth is dead or dying
18 December 2018