Restoring Your Teeth With Implants, Bridges And Composite Materials To Give You A Natural Looking Smile

Dental technology has come a long way. If you have a missing tooth in your mouth, or you have recently chipped a tooth, your tooth can be restored. A missing tooth can be replaced with implant technology, while a chipped tooth can be repaired using composite materials that look and feel like your natural teeth. When you are not happy with your smile, or you have missing teeth causing problems with your bite, it's time to talk with your dentist about your tooth restoration options. [Read More]

Dental Implants Vs. Other Options

Dental implants are usually not the only option for tooth replacement, but they are a great option for many reasons. Here is how dental implants stack up against other options for tooth replacement. Dental Implants vs. No Tooth Replacement Comparing getting a dental implant with not replacing a missing tooth at all, avoiding tooth replacement is obviously less expensive. You could have your tooth extracted and then just let the area heal into regular gum tissue. [Read More]

Your Child And Dental Care: Getting Into The Dental Chair Is The First Step

Most children get nervous when they meet a stranger, and the dentist is no different. If you are worried about taking your child to the dentist, you need to remember that the first step is simply getting your child to sit still in the dental chair. Your child can start going to the dentist at any age, usually starting at one years old. While nothing much will occur during the first visit or two, this is a good way to get your child comfortable going to the dentist. [Read More]

How to Keep Your Teeth Pristine Between Dental Checkups

Does your dental insurance plan only cover for you to have one visit during the year, but you are used to having two cleanings and checkups? If so, you want to pay close attention to your smile in between appointments, and there are some things you can do to help preserve your oral health, and to help you save money at the same time. You'll want to do these things to deal with your insurance, and to try to save out of pocket expenses. [Read More]