Dentist

Details About Sedation Dentistry

Are you like many people who are terrified of the dentist? Do you imagine the large chair, the bright fluorescent lights, and the whirring of dental drills with utter distress? Well, with today's modern, advanced technology, dental treatments have come a long way in terms of comfort. Going to the dentist no longer has to be a scary ordeal that will leave you emotionally scarred for days. Sedation dentistry could be your saving grace. Read More 

4 Ways To Whiten Your Teeth Naturally

Most people want white teeth; whether they want to dazzle that special someone or to hide the tales their teeth tell of gallons of coffee. Still, chemical teeth whitening treatments are sometimes expensive, and return visits are necessary to keep your teeth sparkling. There are natural alternatives to brighten your smile and keep your wallet happy. Here are a few: Baking Soda and Lemon Juice The abrasive quality of baking soda scrubs away stubborn stains and plaque on your teeth. Read More 

Going On A Date With The Perfect Guy? Here’s How To Keep Your Smile Looking Fantastic

If you are getting ready to head on a date with the perfect guy, you are probably looking forward to getting to know your new beau. The last thing that you probably want to worry about is feeling self-conscious about the look of your teeth, especially when you're having an intimate conversation or when you're snapping a selfie for your social media profile. These are a few date night tips that you can follow to keep your teeth looking 100 percent fantastic. Read More 

Party Get Out Of Hand? 3 Steps To Take If Your Tooth Has Been Knocked Out

Things got a little crazy at the holiday party and you ended up getting a tooth knocked out. The next steps you take are very important. In fact, they could determine whether or not you lose the tooth permanently. Here are three steps you'll need to take before you head to the dentist's office. Find and Preserve the Tooth If your tooth has been knocked out, you need to find the tooth as soon as possible. Read More 

Q & A For Dental Implants Used As Dental Bridge Supports

Dental implants are prosthetic dental appliances that are surgically implanted into the jawbone to replace lost teeth. A dental implant is comprised of a metal screw, an abutment and a dental crown. The implant effectively replaces each component of the lost tooth. For instance, the screw replaces the root of the tooth and actually fuses with the jawbone through a healing process called osseointegration. Once the screw is securely stabilized in the bone, an abutment is added so that a dental crown can be attached. Read More