Here’s Why You Should Request That Your Dental Records Are Sent Over

If you are planning a move far from where you're located right now and are in the middle of dental work, there are some things that you need to know. Since dental implants take such a long time to complete, it's not uncommon for patients to start with one dentist and have to complete the process with another. If this is the case for you, you will need to get copies of your dental records. Read More 

Think About Getting Dental Veneers

If you don't like the way your teeth look, there are different options out there for you. One of them is to get veneers. With veneers, you can get the look for your teeth that you want. But, what are veneers? Veneers Veneers are thin pieces of material that are adhered to your teeth. They can be a dental porcelain, but it's more likely these days that your doctor will use some kind of resin that is designed specifically for dental use. Read More 

Is Your Child Grinding Their Teeth At Night? This Anxiety Could Lead To Cavities

Hearing your child grind their teeth at night can be a very painful experience. Many parents can't understand why their child do this or the ways it damages their teeth. The most common cause of this problem is probably anxiety. Thankfully, it can be fixed. Many Children Suffer From This Problem Parents who have to pay bills and work every day probably don't understand why their child suffers from anxiety. Read More 

The Basics About Your Child’s Wisdom Teeth

Most children start losing their baby teeth at six or seven years old. The final molars in the back of the mouth (known as wisdom teeth) generally fully develop in a person's later teen years. As your baby is gaining wisdom and wisdom teeth, you will want to know about these teeth and when to extract them.  Evolution of Wisdom Teeth Over the years, our mouths have evolved to be a smaller size. Read More 

How Having Siblings Sit With One Another In A Dental Office Can Help Their Relationship

Most children will not enjoy going to the dentist. Even if your child never has to have cavities filled or teeth extracted. Having to sit inside of a dentists chair for long periods of time with their mouth in an uncomfortable position can make even patient children crabby. If you often have to work and must drop your children off at the dentist's office for their servicing alone, you should have your children accompany one another inside of the dental chair. Read More