How To Get Your Toddler To Brush Their Teeth

Being a parent to a toddler can be really rewarding and very challenging at the same time; especially when it comes time to brush their teeth. If your child has a hard time brushing their teeth every morning and every night, then you may be begging your family dentist for some tips on what you can do. Even though this article isn't foolproof, it will give you some hopefully helpful tips on how you can get your little ones o brush their teeth. Read More 

Scheduled For Implant Surgery? 4 Issues That Could Lead To Implant Rejection Or Failure

If you're scheduled for dental implant surgery, it's essential that you begin thinking about the recovery process. The recovery process is more than just waiting for your implants to heal. It's also about doing everything you can to prevent implant failure. Unfortunately, some dental implants do fail, and often the failure can be attributed to a few specific causes. Here are four issues that could lead to implant rejection and failure. Read More 

Should You Get Dental Implants?

When your smile isn't perfect, you may feel like there is nothing you can do about it. You might have missing teeth due to age, poor dental hygiene, an accident, or other cause, and it makes you uncomfortable with your smile. You probably want to look younger and more refreshed, and your smile has a lot to do with not just how you look, but how you feel about yourself. Read More 

3 Signs That Your Dental Bridges Do Not Fit

If you wear dental bridges, it is crucial that they fit properly. While your dentist will work in conjunction with the dental lab to ensure a proper fit, things like changes in weight, certain medications, and hormonal fluctuations can cause your bridges to feel to loose or too tight. Here are three signs that your dental bridges do not fit properly and what you can do about them: Friction Ulcers Read More 

4 Threats To Teeth After Dental Bonding Treatment

Dental services like bonding have multiple benefits; you can strengthen your teeth, cover up defects, or even build up damaged teeth. However, bonded teeth aren't indestructible; there are threats that can damage the dental bonding material. Here are some of those threats and what you can do to keep them at bay: Discoloring Products Food and Drinks The dental bonding material, just like your natural teeth, can stain if exposed to staining products, food, or drinks. Read More