3 Things Everyone Should Know About Cosmetic Dentistry

Posted on: 4 September 2015

With so many advances being made in the field of dentistry, dentists are capable of doing much more than simply cleaning your teeth and filling cavities. Cosmetic dentistry is growing in popularity, and for good reason. It is no longer impossible to get the smile you've always dreamed of having. However, it is important to know all you can about cosmetic dentistry so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not it is right for you. [Read More]

Tips And Advice On Teeth Whitening Products

Posted on: 27 August 2015

A dazzling, white smile can easily be within your reach if you have stained or discolored teeth now more than ever, with various teeth whitening kits available at affordable prices. New technology and stricter regulations on whitening products have enabled bleaching practices to be safer and more effective. However, it is always important to remember that some over-the-counter whitening kits could have negative side effects on your teeth and gums. [Read More]

3 Tips To Help Your Child Stop Thumb Sucking

Posted on: 10 August 2015

If your child sucks his thumb, you may be concerned about how it's going to affect his oral development. It's important to schedule regular visits for your child at a pediatric dental clinic to ensure he's not showing signs of tooth decay and to monitor his overall oral health.  The American Academy of Pediatrics advises that thumb sucking isn't usually a problem unless the child is older than five or if it's affecting your child's teeth. [Read More]

3 Potential Dental Treatments For Internal Tooth Resorption

Posted on: 24 July 2015

Internal tooth resorption is a rare dental condition where the body tries to resorb mineralized tissues such as the dentin and pulpal walls. The resorption pulls those tissues into the root canal that runs through the center of your tooth. Important pulp material carrying blood cells, nerves, and tissue can be displaced or damaged by this caving in. Saving the pulp is vital to keep your tooth alive, which is a priority for dentists. [Read More]