Tips For Dealing With Sensitive Teeth

3 December 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

While most people can enjoy food or beverages without any issue, some people have very sensitive teeth, which can make consuming hot or cold food and beverages incredibly uncomfortable or even painful. Living with sensitive teeth can be difficult, but there are things that can be done to help lessen the sensitivity and prevent it from getting worse. If you suffer from very sensitive teeth, being diligent and taking the proper steps can go a long way toward improving the condition. Read More 

Myths About Root Canal Procedures

9 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your dentist determines that your diseased or damaged tooth needs a root canal procedure, you may be referred to an endodontist. He or she is a dentist whose specialty is saving or preserving teeth. You may be hesitant to undergo a root canal procedure because of unsubstantiated myths that have been circulating for years. Here are some myths about root canal procedures that you should discuss with your dentist to ease your mind and so that your teeth can get the treatment they need. Read More 

The Problem With Fruit Juice For Kids

11 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Fruit juice might seem like a healthy choice for your child, but oftentimes, it's actually more of a problem than you might think. If you regularly buy fruit juice for your child to drink, here's how it could actually be harming their oral health and what you can do to combat these effects. Sugar Sugar is one of the leading problems with fruit juice. Most juices contain added sugar to help the product to taste better. Read More 

3 Myths Your Dentist Wants You To Stop Believing

19 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Your oral health is important for many reasons. Not only does a healthy, appealing smile improve your appearance and self-esteem, but it also ensures you can eat, chew, and speak properly. In addition, good oral health reduces your risk of dangerous infections, such as decay and gum disease. Unfortunately, you may not properly understand a few aspects regarding your oral health and dental care. Here are a few myths your dentist wants you to stop believing. Read More 

The Best Kind Of Braces For People With A Family History Of Periodontal Disease

22 August 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

For most people, preventing gum disease is as easy as flossing and brushing regularly and making sure to see their dentists for an exam and cleaning on time. However, if your family has a history of gum disease, it may mean that you're more inclined to even with good oral health maintenance. Unfortunately, oral health often takes a hit with traditional metal braces, simply because it's harder to keep them clean and requires more time and dedication. Read More