Common Myths About Teeth Whitening

9 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you're not happy with your smile, teeth whitening might be a great way to brighten it and make you feel more confident when grinning. If you have considered whitening your teeth, you might have heard some myths and misconceptions that have caused you to hesitate. The good news is that for most people teeth whitening is safe and free from side effects. Here are a few common myths about the process that you can safely cross off of your list of concerns. Read More 

Is It A Good Idea To Get Same Day Dental Implants?

23 November 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Traditionally, dental implants are installed in a minimum of two procedures. First, the dentist would place the implant post in the jaw. Second, after the post integrated with the bone—which could take at least 3 months—the crown would be installed. These days, however, the entire process can be done in one day, but there are a couple of things you should know about the procedure before you opt to undergo it. Read More 

Learn How To Make Going To The Dentist For A Toothache Easier For Your Child

4 November 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When your child has a toothache, it is important to take them to see the dentist as soon as you can so that you can find out what is wrong and have the situation resolved as soon as possible. It is important to make sure that your child is as comfortable as they can be during the entire process so that the pediatric dentist can give them the care that they need with ease. Read More 

Four Signs Your Child Has A Cavity

7 September 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Cavities are relatively common in children, and as a parent, you may want to know the signs of cavities. Wondering if your child has a cavity? Here are four signs to look for: 1. The Tooth Has Visible Decay This is generally a late sign that your child has an issue, but it's important to know what this means. Visible decay consists of black marks on your child's teeth. This can appear on both front and back teeth. Read More 

The Struggle Of Gum Disease: Identifying Signs And Treating The Problem

7 September 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Are you afraid that you might have gum disease? Gum disease is something that can happen to anyone. It's more common than people tend to realize, but that doesn't mean it's not something to take seriously. In fact, if you find out you have gum disease, it's important to get treated for it and take extra preventative measures. If you don't, you could lose your teeth and go through a lot of pain. Read More