Pediatric Dentistry: How To Care For Your Child’s Teeth And Avoid Dental Anxiety

6 September 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Children follow your example. If you are a person that struggles with dental anxiety, it's important to get this under control so that your child can see you get the dental care you need. You can bring your child to appointments while you get your teeth cleaned, just so they get used to a dental office. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, your child should be brought to the dentist when they get their first tooth, or by the time they are one year old. Read More 

Is Your Tooth Cracking? Here Are Reasons Why This Is Happening

22 August 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Have you noticed a crack on a tooth surface or felt it while chewing food? Cracks are a common dental issue and often occur unknowingly. Many people rarely notice it until they pass their tongue over the surface of the teeth. Once you discover a crack, you should visit a family dentist for an assessment. Depending on its size and cause, they may treat the issue as an emergency. Nonetheless, you need not wait too long to visit a dental expert. Read More 

Little-Known Causes Of Teeth Discoloration: What’s Making Your Smile Dull?

18 July 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you, and if it's not looking its best, it can really affect your confidence. There are a few little-known reasons for teeth discoloration that can make your smile look dull and washed out. This article explores some of these causes and how you can address them. So if you're looking for a brighter smile, read on. Growing Older As you age, your teeth inevitably start to yellow. Read More 

Signs You’re Needing A Dental Cleaning

13 June 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You should get a dental cleaning once a year, or as recommended by your dentist or dental hygienist. Your dental cleaning responsibilities include taking care of your teeth at home and flossing regularly, the latter of which is something not a lot of adults do. Some adults don't do dental cleanings as often as they should, since many adults only go to the dentist when they have a dental issue. However, when you get a dental cleaning done, you let your dentist know what condition your teeth are in and you allow the dentist to keep your gums and teeth free of bacteria and tartar. Read More 

Plastic Aligner Guidelines That Your Orthodontist May Recommend

26 April 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Aligners are plastic trays that slowly shift the teeth. These orthodontic devices will not conceal the color or shape of natural teeth. Instead, they will remain virtually undetectable while straightening the teeth that are misaligned. If you choose aligners for your dental needs, review the following guidelines that your orthodontist may request of you. Wear Aligners On A Consistent Basis Your orthodontist may recommend that you wear a set of aligners for most of the hours each day. Read More