The Basics Of Dental Crowns

28 February 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You may have always dreamed of being crowned royalty, but you may not have ever thought about what crowns can do for your oral health. Dental crown are a popular dental prosthesis to help patients with a variety of oral issues. But what exactly are dental crowns, and what can they be used for? This article will take a closer look at some of the basics. Are you ready to learn more? Read More 

Advantages Of Choosing A Crown To Cover A Discolored Tooth

1 February 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Many dental patients rely on dental crowns to fix teeth that have severe cavities or other structural issues, but you might be surprised to hear your dentist recommend a crown as a solution to a tooth that is severely discolored. Teeth can get discolored for many reasons, including through your own habits such as smoking, as well as simply because of age. If you're not pleased with the look of a discolored tooth, your dentist can take a rendering of your mouth and have a crown built that will cover the tooth. Read More 

Habits That Might Lead You To Need Cosmetic Dental Work

2 January 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You are probably aware of the fact that taking care of your teeth is vital if you expect them to last and look nice, but you might not realize that some of the habits you have are actually causing a lot of damage to your teeth. Damage from certain habits can lead a person to need cosmetic dental work in the future, and here are some of the most damaging habits people have that often lead them to need cosmetic dental work. Read More 

Three Everyday Habits That Unnecessarily Expose Your Mouth to Bacteria

4 December 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The average person's mouth is full of bacteria, but brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash are all effective ways to keep the bacteria count to a reasonable level. What you might not realize is that you may engage in daily activities that actually introduce more bacteria to your mouth. Such activities aren't necessarily a concern when you perform them rarely, but when they reach the point at which they're habitual, you're not doing any favors for your oral hygiene. Read More 

Did You Just Lose A Tooth? Consider Overdentures To Prevent Further Issues

1 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

No matter how well you take care of your teeth, there is always a chance that you might end up losing one or even more as you age. When this happens, you should consider getting overdentures to protect your overall dental health in a strong and consistent manner. Losing Even One Tooth Can Be A Dental Disaster The loss of one tooth often triggers a variety of dental health issues that can be hard to manage. Read More