Tips For Taking Good Care Of Your Teeth To Avoid Problems

Brushing and flossing your teeth aren't always enough to keep your teeth in good condition and healthy. Sometimes, your teeth will have problems caused by genetics, lifestyle choices, medications, health conditions or injuries. If your teeth aren't as healthy as they should be then they are more at risk to other problems, such as discoloration, breakage, cavities, infection, and other problems. You should learn about different things you can do that will help prevent as many of these negative occurrences as possible so you can keep your teeth in the best shape possible. [Read More]

3 Ways To Limit Plaque And Tartar Buildup

Plaque is the colorless, tooth-decaying mixture of bacteria and food particles that often feels like fuzz on your teeth and gums. If you don't properly brush and floss, plaque can be left in place long enough to harden into tartar, which can only be removed by a professional dental cleaning. Still, plaque and tartar buildup is avoidable. Here are a few ways to limit the accumulation of these unhealthy substances: [Read More]

Creative And Personalized Dental Implants

A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jawbone to hold a replacement tooth. A dental implant crown is the top portion of your implant that is made of porcelain and resembles your original tooth in shape and color. If you would like to make a very unusual and unique statement with your dental implant, you can have it embellished in a distinct way. Here are some of the ways you can choose to embellish your dental implant that will definitely garner a lot of smiles and attention:     [Read More]

3 Potential Treatments For A Dental Bridge With Missing Cement

A bridge is a dental replacement option used to replace a single missing tooth lost due to decay or trauma. The bridge has an artificial crown that hangs into the empty spot created by the lost tooth. That crown is held into place by a crown on each side, which attach or cement to the healthy neighboring teeth for support. Dental bridges are fairly stable and long lasting, but, like any cosmetic dentistry procedure, they might need to be replaced over time. [Read More]