Month: September 2020

What Filling a Tooth Cavity Entails

While preserving your good oral health often means keeping up with good preventive dental care practices, like dental hygiene. It can sometimes mean more. For example, at a majority of people will experience tooth decay at some point in their lives and, as a result, have to treat the cavity that results from it. For… Read more »

When to Pay Closer Attention to Your Teeth-Grinding Habit

Sometimes, things that you know should be a problem don’t seem like one, and you aren’t sure if you should bring it up with your dentist. For instance, if your tooth is slightly sensitive, but the sensitivity goes away, then you might not consider it something worth paying attention to. Or, if you notice that… Read more »

Things You Can’t Do if You Have Gum Disease

Many people who have gum disease don’t realize the extent of the problem, or its significance to their oral health, until it reaches its later, more severe stages. This can include severe levels of erosion in your gum tissues, as well as a loss of mass and density in your jawbone structure, the loss of… Read more »

Why Dental Restorations Are More Lifelike These Days

Unlike cosmetic dental treatments, the main purpose of restorative dentistry is to repair a tooth that’s been damaged or compromised in a way that can lead to more serious oral health problems later. For example, problems such as fractures or breaks in your tooth affect much more than your smile’s appearance, but also the health… Read more »

In Case You’re Curious About Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers have become increasingly more well-known over the years among people who want to improve their smiles’ appearance. Often referred to as an instant smile makeover, much of their popularity lies in the fact that they can correct multiple different smile concerns at once, and with minimal treatment overall. If you’re curious about porcelain… Read more »

3 Reasons Your Gums Should Be Even

When many people consider their smiles’ appearance, they don’t often consider the appearance of their gum line. Unless, however, their gum lines are uneven, in which case the impact it has on their smiles may be the first thing they notice when they look in the mirror. When your gum line isn’t exactly even or… Read more »