Don’t Botch Your Teeth Whitening Efforts

12 April 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

While you're busy trying to make your teeth whiter, there are some actions you might take that can actually do more harm than good and darken your pearly whites. To prevent this from happening, you will want to avoid these mistakes. Speak To Your Dentist Do not attempt to whiten your teeth until you have consulted with your dentist. If you try to whiten your teeth beforehand, you may make mistakes that might make the problem worse. Read More 

Why Do Gums Bleed During Periods?

17 March 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you've noticed that your gums are sensitive, sore, or more likely to bleed during or just before your periods, you're not alone. Women all over the world are likely to experience a condition called menstruation gingivitis while on their periods. If you're having gum symptoms during or just prior to your periods, you could be one of them. Read on to discover more about this condition and how you can combat it. Read More 

Reasons To Choose Dental Implants Over Traditional Dentures

16 February 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have several bad teeth and are looking at your options for restoring your oral health and smile, dental implants could be high on your list. When you discuss possible treatment with your dentist, you might be given the choice of traditional dentures or implants. Implants could be the best choice for you because they are almost as good as having healthy natural teeth. Here are some reasons to consider getting implants. Read More 

Got An Infected Tooth? The Benefits Of Having A Root Canal Versus Pulling The Tooth

23 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have an infected tooth, or the tissue surrounding the tooth is infected, you have two options. You can either have a root canal performed to save the tooth or you can have the tooth pulled. Both of these actions remove the infection to help prevent an abscess from forming in the tooth and gum area surrounding the tooth. Learning the benefits of having a root canal versus having the tooth pulled can help you determine whether that is the best option for you. Read More 

Why Dentures Fracture Or Chip

19 December 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have just received your dentures, the last thing you want is for them to fracture or chip; unfortunately, this sometimes happens. Here are some of the reasons dentures fracture: Acidic Action of Food and Drinks Many foods and drinks contain acids, and acids will wear down your dentures. The wearing may not happen at once, but it will definitely weaken your dentures after years of use. The dentures become susceptible to breakage once they have been weakened by the acids. Read More