2 Everyday Products That Interfere With Your Baby Or Child’s Healthy Tooth Development

Whether you are an expectant mother and your child's baby teeth are already forming before your baby has even been born or your child's body is working hard to produce those adult teeth that will soon emerge (or have already begun emerging!) in your child's mouth, you likely do what you can to make sure your child's develop as healthy as can be. You will, of course, have your child brush and floss every day when they are older, limit their sugar intake, and take your child to the dentist twice a year for routine cleanings and check-ups. Read More 

Three Reasons To Choose Veneers That Don’t Require Tooth Shaving

The sole purpose of the cosmetic dentistry industry is to make your smile look better. If you are interested in the perfect smile, but your teeth are far from perfect, you may be a good candidate for veneers. Veneers are porcelain covers that fully encase your teeth. Veneers can give you the smile that you are looking for without requiring changes from your existing teeth. Some dentists will ask that you shave down your natural teeth before getting veneers. Read More 

Need A Bone Graft For Your Dentures? Consider The Snap-On Style Alternative

Have you been looking into getting traditional dentures but were told that you need to get a bone graft done to have them? If so, it may have caused you to pass up on dentures to fix your teeth. But you may not be aware that snap-on style dentures do not always require a bone graft to get them. They use 4 implants in each jaw that can be placed in areas where the jaw bone is more stable. Read More 

Important Things To Know About A Child With Overbite

Do all of your children have top teeth that noticeably hang over the bottom ones? It is possible that your children have inherited a condition that is known as overbite. You might want to make a prompt appointment with a family dentist to find out which type of treatment is ideal for watch of your children. Below, you will discover a few of the important things that you should know about overbite. Read More 

Dental Emergencies And How You Should Respond

Dental emergencies can arise out of the blue. However, if you are able to recognize the serious nature of an emergency and respond appropriately, you may jeopardize your dental health. Here is a bit of information about dental emergencies and the measures you should take: What constitutes a dental emergency? A dental emergency is a situation involving the teeth that requires immediate professional dental care. A serious situation, such as a dislodged tooth or a severe dental crack or chip, often necessitates professional dental treatment and can typically not wait until the next day. Read More