What Should You Do Before And After Wisdom Teeth Extraction?

19 October 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Every person develops wisdom teeth at a certain point in their life, usually in their late teenage years. These teeth are extra molars that grow in behind the molars you already have. Unfortunately, most mouths aren't big enough to accommodate wisdom teeth, which means they can cause crowding. In severe cases, impaction is possible, which means your wisdom teeth can damage your existing molars by growing into them. Wisdom teeth extraction is the answer to these problems. Read More 

3 Times You’ll Require Emergency Dental Care

24 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A deep cut, a broken arm, or even severe stomach pains will all be considered medical emergencies. Unfortunately, some people will not ever consider an issue with their mouth, teeth, or gums an emergency. Although they would not warrant a trip to the ER, certain dental issues should be considered emergencies. With this guide, you will learn a few times when you will need emergency dental care. Severe Toothache A toothache is painful. Read More 

Secondary Procedures That May Come Along With Dental Implants

21 August 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You have decided that you would like to have dental implants to replace the teeth what you have lost, so you go to a cosmetic dentist for a consultation. You may be surprised to learn during this consultation that getting dental implants is not always a simple process; there can actually be several relative procedures that will be required to make the implants a possibility. Here is a look at some of those secondary procedures and why they may need to be a part of your dental implant procedure. Read More 

Here’s Why The Edges Of Your Teeth Never Look As White As The Rest

18 July 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Whitening your teeth can boost how you feel about your appearance, but sometimes it doesn't have the effects you might expect. If you're wondering why the inside edges of your teeth are always darker or discolored while the rest are healthy and white, here's the deal. Enamel Damage Chances are you're experiencing damage to your tooth enamel. This can sometimes happen exclusively on the edges of teeth if people don't floss as much as they should. Read More 

If You Have Gum Disease, This Might Be Why Your Teeth Are Starting To Hurt

25 June 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Having gum disease can be a painful and uncomfortable enough condition for you without having your teeth also begin to hurt. Unfortunately, teeth do sometimes become painful for people who have gum disease, and problems can get worse if the pain is neglected. Here's what you need to know about your developing discomfort. What Gum Disease Does Gum disease, as you likely know, is a form of infection of the gums. Read More