Dental Implants: Exploring the Pros and Cons
27 May 2015
Dental implants are quickly becoming the most popular way to replace missing or severely damaged teeth. However, like all tooth replacement options, dental implants are not right for everybody. By taking a moment to review both the pros and cons associated with these implants, you will be able to determine whether or not they are right for you.
Dental implants have several impressive benefits to offer. These benefits include
3 Lesser-Known Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures That Won't Break Your Budget
18 April 2015
There are cosmetic dentistry procedures that you may hear about so much that you think those are the only procedures available to improve the appearance of an otherwise healthy smile. Many people know about teeth-whitening and porcelain veneers, but there are other procedures that get talked about less, so you might not know they exist. Become informed of all your cosmetic dentistry options, and you may realize that although a full set of veneers may be out of your budget right now, there are other ways to have your smile improved that you may be able to fit into your budget.
3 Ways To Help Your Child Develop Good Dental Habits
15 April 2015
Getting children to brush their teeth can be impossible sometimes. Even if they do brush their teeth, they may just gloss over their mouth with a toothbrush without being very thorough. If you want your child to develop good dental habits, then follow these 3 tips.
First, consider rewards for your children to help them start brushing more regularly and for longer periods of time. For example, create a chart where you can award stars or write in points for your children when they brush.
Spring Clean Your Dental Hygiene Routine
24 March 2015
Spring cleaning is commonly considered something you do for your house, but spring is a good time to do some maintenance on your dental hygiene routine, too. To reduce your risk of cavities, gum disease, and other dental ailments, follow this checklist to spring clean your dental routine.
Make sure you're brushing thoroughly.
The American Dental Association recommend brushing for 2 minutes, twice a day. Most people speed through their brushing routine, not spending anywhere close to 2 minutes.