Signs You Should See An Orthodontist As An Adult

Adults sometimes believe that seeing an orthodontist is something you only do as a child or teen. Indeed, a good portion of orthodontists' patients are children and teens who need braces and retainers. However, they do also see adults, and there are adults who can benefit from seeing an orthodontist. Here are some signs that you, as an adult, could benefit from seeing an orthodontist. Your teeth are shifting. Maybe you had braces as a child and they straightened your teeth, but now, you notice that your teeth are beginning to move back into their old positions. Read More 

How Children’s Dental Clinics Ensure A Positive Atmosphere For Your Child

A trip to the dentist can be an intimidating experience for children, so it's important that they feel at ease in a children's dental clinic. The clinic's atmosphere is key to creating a safe and comfortable place for your child. This article explores how children's dental clinics are designed with both your child and you in mind to ensure a positive atmosphere. The Right Space for Your Child Children's dental clinics often provide large open spaces with plenty of natural light. Read More 

How Can Teeth Implants Help You?

Do you need teeth implants? If you do, this may at first sound pretty daunting. After all, you're looking at having your existing and natural teeth removed so you can have alternative teeth put in. Think of teeth implants like dentures, only they're more permanent and a lot more comfortable to have in your mouth. Imagine being able to enjoy your natural smile again without having to worry about someone seeing your missing teeth or having your dentures fall out. Read More 

FAQs Before Getting A Dental Bridge

Dental bridges were once exceedingly common as a tooth replacement option. These days, they are not always the go-to as dental implants have become more commonplace. As such, many dental patients do not know very much about bridges. If your dentist has recommended one for you, then you may have a few of the following questions.  How is a bridge attached? As the name suggests, a bridge attaches to the teeth on either side of the missing tooth. Read More