Getting A Great Smile - Veneers Versus Crowns

9 April 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Cosmetic dentistry offers a number of potential solutions for a less-than-perfect smile. Among these are veneers and crowns. Each of these two options has its pros and cons, and understanding these will help you choose which option might be best for improving your smile. Amount of Original Tooth Removed With veneers, only about one millimeter of the tooth needs to be removed to provide room for the new tooth surface, but with crowns, at least two millimeters, and sometimes most of the original tooth, needs to be removed. Read More 

5 Things To Avoid At Your Dental Office If You’re Pregnant

3 February 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

For an article to receive a 5-star rating, it must be grammatically perfect. While small, the following grammatical errors were found: _______. Be sure to thoroughly proofread before submitting your work.Expecting a child may be one of the happiest times in your life. However, being pregnant can also be one of the most fragile times for your body, as well. When it comes to your dental health, there are certain precautions that you should consider. Read More 

The Tooth Fairy Can Be A Dental Superhero To Your Child

10 November 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your child is ready to start taking care of their own teeth, but they still need a little more motivation, you can use the tooth fairy to your advantage. Being creative with the tooth fairy can help you create great memories for your child, have some fun and educate your child on proper oral care. Try some of the exciting tips in this article to use the tooth fairy as an incentive for your child. Read More 

Tooth Loss And Autoimmune Disorders: How You Can Preserve Your Smile

16 September 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Autoimmune disorders carry with them a host of symptoms that cause pain and discomfort. In some cases, these disorders can also cause periodontal disease, tooth decay and tooth loss. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to preserve your smile and maintain good oral health. Here are some of the facts about how autoimmune disorders can impact your teeth and gums and what you can do about it. Dry Mouth Read More 

Diagnosed With Swollen Adenoids? Protect Your Mouth From Dryness And Infection

11 August 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your doctor diagnoses you with swollen adenoids, take steps to protect your mouth from dryness and infection. Your adenoids are found at the back of your nasal cavity. The glands usually shrink in size by the time you're an adult. But sometimes, adult adenoids grow large and painful when they're exposed to a severe throat and sinus infection. Until you receive the proper medical and dental care for your adenoids, here's what you do at home to protect your mouth. Read More