4 Tips When Taking Your Child To The Dentist

One of the things that you may find challenging if you're a parent is getting your child to visit the dentist. This can be stressful for you both, but it is the key for your child to have healthy teeth that will last a lifetime. It's ideal to consider some things you can do that will alleviate the anxiety for your child and make this much less difficult for you both. Read More 

Three Causes Of Chronic Tooth Pain

Having a tooth (or teeth) that is constantly aching can be worrisome for your health as well as uncomfortable. There are several potential causes of this problem, so read on to see what your solutions could be. Tooth Cavity An untreated cavity could be the source of your chronic tooth pain. This is why it's important to get a dental checkup every year to reveal growing cavities. Not treating a cavity can lead to chronic low-level infections and, yes, chronic toothaches. Read More 

4 Mistakes To Avoid In Your First Week Of Wearing Braces

Getting braces is one of the best ways to correct overbites, crowding, protrusions, and a variety of other dental issues. Thankfully, orthodontal technology has seen many advancements in the last few decades, and braces aren't that big of a deal any more. Yes, they still require a lot of commitment and focus to prevent damage to your braces, but it is fairly easy to adapt to the new habits they require. Read More 

3 Conditions That May Require Wisdom-Tooth Extraction

Wisdom-tooth extraction is one of the most commonly performed dental surgeries. If you are experiencing toothaches, you may be wondering if your wisdom teeth need to be removed. Here are three dental-health conditions that may require wisdom-tooth extraction. Impacted Wisdom Teeth In some cases, the wisdom teeth may fail to fully emerge from the gums. This condition is known as impacted wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth can become impacted if they are positioned at the wrong angle when they start growing in due to imperfect development. Read More 

Cleaning, Care, And Application Tips For A New Set Of Dentures

If you were recently fitted with a new set of dentures, the following tips can be used to help you clean and apply them so that they continue to look natural and each piece is inserted properly on a daily basis. As a result, you can wear your dentures with confidence and won't need to worry about them becoming damaged or severely stained. Set Up A Cleaning Station Prepare an area in one of your restrooms to use while cleaning the dentures. Read More