Wisdom Tooth Removal: The Process

24 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Many people develop wisdom teeth without any problems. However, if the eruption is causing alignment issues or pain, extracting the wisdom teeth will most likely be recommend. Wisdom tooth removal is a process, but it does not have to be physically or emotionally overwhelming. This guide and your dentist will prepare you for the removal of your wisdom teeth. Sedation Sedation ensures the extraction is not painful. Of course, there are many different options available. Read More 

3 Facts About Baby Teeth

25 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

As a parent, you hopefully want the best for your child. From feeding them a well-balanced diet and ensuring they get plenty of exercise to providing them with a happy home and good education, it is easy to see how parents feel overwhelmed. One surprising thing many parents avoid focusing on is their baby's oral health because they feel the temporary teeth are not important. Without making their oral health a priority, your baby may develop dental and developmental issues. Read More 

Why Choose Dental Implants For Your Missing Teeth

28 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Having missing teeth may cause you to hide your smile, but with so many options to replace missing teeth, you should get the smile you deserve. Dental implants are growing in popularity for their many benefits, but their high price keeps many patients from considering this tooth-replacement option. If you have missing teeth, but you haven't considered dental implants yet, check out these three reasons you should. Implants Don't Cause Damage to Existing Teeth Read More 

3 Tips To Prepare Yourself For Dental Implant Surgery

6 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have lost a tooth due to decay, gum disease, or an injury, restoring your smile is possible. Today, more and more people are seeing the benefits of implant dentures. Not only will these implants improve the look of your smile, but they can also ensure you are chewing and speaking properly. In addition, the 95 percent success rate ensures your implants will be a great investment. Of course, the process of placing implants is a surgical procedure that requires proper planning and preparation. Read More 

Three Steps To Getting A New Set Of Back Teeth

15 August 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Back teeth, including molars and wisdom teeth, are some of the most common teeth to have issues. These issues include cavity development as well as decay that leads to root canals. It can start out with one or two cavities, but over time your back teeth may seem to have issues during every single appointment. If this is the case, you may want to stop the usual course of treatment and resort to more drastic measures. Read More