Can't Get Dental Floss Between Your Teeth? What Your Dentist Or Orthodontist Might Do About It

Posted on: 4 July 2016

If you have a really difficult time with getting dental floss between your teeth, you may experience bleeding gums when you are able to get the floss through and it has to be forced through the teeth and cuts the gums. You may also experience a higher percentage of cavities in between your teeth because you cannot floss properly. Your dentist will undoubtedly note these conditions when examining your teeth. He or she may suggest one or more of the following treatments for teeth that are too close together and prevent dental floss from doing its job. [Read More]

Go Beyond Routine Dental Care To Get The Smile You Deserve

Posted on: 16 June 2016

Even if you make frequent trips to the dentist for checkups, exams and cleanings, there may still be some things that you don't like about your smile. Misaligned teeth or teeth that are overcrowded or overlapping, can be altered to give you the smile you've been searching for. Oral surgeons who specialize in both general and cosmetic dentistry can offer you a large array of options for getting the look you deserve. [Read More]

Everything You Need To Know About Cavities

Posted on: 25 May 2016

It's important for you to do what you can to maintain healthy teeth. Not only will this help you to keep your great-looking smile, but it also helps prevent health problems that can come from dental issues. One of the best things you can do to take your dental care seriously is to learn all about cavities. This article will explain cavities to you and educate you on how they happen and the complications that can come with them. [Read More]

5 Reasons To Go With Traditional Metal Braces With New Heat Activated Arch Wires

Posted on: 31 March 2016

When it comes to adjusting the bite of your teeth for a straighter smile and less damage to each tooth, most patients assume that the more complex invisible and sub-lingual braces are always the best options. However, choosing the traditional metal braces with a new type of arch wires can give you a better combination of dental benefits. Find out how the new heat sensitive arch wires make metal braces a viable option once again. [Read More]