The Pros And Cons Of Snap-On Veneers

If you are unhappy with the way your teeth look, you may be thinking about having veneers placed over your teeth. Veneers can help to hide many imperfections, including small gaps, small chips, cracks, stains or teeth that are smaller than you would like. The biggest downside to veneers is that it can cost thousands of dollars to place veneers over the front of your visible teeth. If you are looking to hide your teeth but at a smaller price point, snap-on veneers may be something to consider. Read More 

Why You Need To Treat A Dental Abscess As An Emergency

With severe tooth and gum pain being one of the main symptoms of a dental abscess, most patients don't need much encouragement to take their issue seriously. However, since an abscess looks a little like a pimple and can be ignored with the help of painkillers and numbing agents, too many people try to see if they'll go away on their own or at least wait for a weekday appointment. A dental abscess, even a small and newly formed one, is a dental emergency that needs immediate attention. Read More 

3 Etiquette Tips To Prepare For Your Next Dental Cleaning

For many, dental cleanings are pretty routine, and you probably don't put too much thought into them until the day of your appointment. Still, there are some small but important etiquette tips worth keeping in mind when you come in for your next dental exam and cleaning. Following these tips can help you establish a better rapport with your dental team and help your appointment goes as smoothly as possible: Read More 

2 Ways To Decrease The Cost Of Your Dental Services

One of the most stressful parts of dental work for so many people is the potential cost of dental services, and with good reason when you consider just how expensive some dental work can be. Listed below are two ways to decrease the cost of your dentistry services: Take The Time To Talk To Your Dentist About Your Situation One of the easiest ways to decrease the cost of your dental services is to take the time to talk to your dentist about your financial situation and dental needs, especially if you have been seeing the same dentist for quite some time. Read More 

Can Multiple Dental Implants Be Placed At The Same Time?

According to the National Institute of Health, adults between the ages of 20 and 64 have an average of three decayed or missing teeth, and a total of 5 percent of adults in this category have no teeth at all. People considering getting dental implants to replace their missing teeth may wonder if it's possible to get them all done at the same time. It depends on a couple of factors. Read More