Three Simple Tips For Maintaining Your New Dental Implants

When dental implants are well taken care of, they can last for years, even decades. However, it's all dependent upon how good your oral health is and how you treat your new implants. Here are three easy tips to improve your chances of keeping your dental implants for even longer than average. Gum Health Dental implants are secured in your mouth just like real teeth - with a stem under the tooth that goes into your gums. Read More 

Telltales Signs Of Complications After Root Canal Treatment

Ideally, a root canal treatment should save your troubled tooth once and for all, but like with many things in life, complications sometimes arise. You should be aware of the potential signs of these complications so that you can take measures and save your teeth if the complications do arise. Here are some of the telltale signs of such complications: Swelling Some degree of swelling is to be expected after a root canal treatment because the tissues around your tooth have been bruised. Read More 

Dental Veneers Can Help You Get The Teeth You Want

If you aren't happy with the way that your teeth look, there are a lot of things that you can try. One of the things that you can do is to talk to your dentist about veneers. What are veneers? Dental Veneers Veneers are a thin layer of material that can be adhered to another material. The veneer allows whatever the underlying material is to look like the veneer. You commonly see veneers used in furniture. Read More 

Six Dental Care Tips For People In Their 20s

Your 20s are an interesting time in your life. During this decade, you are generally getting established in a job, learning to live more independently than you did in college, and perhaps pursuing relationships that you hope will last a lifetime. With so much going on, it's important not to neglect your health—and that includes your dental health. Proper dental care in your 20s will set you up for many more decades of healthy teeth and gums. Read More 

Provide Your Child With Knowledge And Support Prior To And After Having Braces Installed

If your preteen's dentist has recommended that your child wears braces for a couple years to straighten their top row of teeth, your loved one may be apprehensive about the impending change and be fearful of their altered appearance or the possibility that the braces will hurt. Ease into the transition by providing your child with knowledge and support. Include Your Child In The Decision Just because a recommendation has been made does not mean that your child has to have braces put on their teeth immediately. Read More