Caring for your teeth is one of the best ways you can look and feel great about yourself. Your teeth are a huge part of your health and overall vitality and you want your smile to reflect how you feel. When your teeth are uneven, too small for your face, or have damage to them, you get porcelain veneers in many cases to make your smile more appealing. Should you get this type of cosmetic work done? [Read More]
How To Avoid Sensitivity Issues With Your Teeth With Invisalign
Sensitivity in your mouth is something that refers to the twinges of pain you experience from eating or drinking things that are very hot or cold. This type of sensitivity can be annoying and painful, and it is something you could experience if you choose Invisalign to straighten your teeth. There are ways to avoid this, though, even with Invisalign, and here are a few things you should understand about sensitivity during this type of treatment. [Read More]
Having A Tooth Pulled After A Failed Root Canal: Is This The Next Step?
A root canal is a good alternative for people who don't want their infected tooth to be pulled out. This procedure allows you to keep your tooth, and a dentist is supposed to put a crown cover to your tooth in order to protect the root of your tooth. However, your tooth can be extracted if the root canal fails. People who have failed root canals have several options available for them to restore their smile. [Read More]
How-To Make Your Child Feel Better About A Tooth Extraction
Sometimes, tooth extraction is a necessary dental procedure — even for children. If your child has overcrowding (too many teeth in too tight a space), injury or an infection, the dentist may recommend a tooth removal. Even though it's completely normal for your child to feel some anxiety, you can make the time leading up to the procedure easier. Take a look at how you can help your child to relax and feel better about the extraction. [Read More]