Whitening Your Teeth Personally, Professionally, And How To Keep You Teeth White

Posted on: 17 June 2017

It is very important to have good dental hygiene. One of the very first things that people will notice about you is your smile. If you have good dental hygiene then this is usually a good thing. However, there are times when no matter how well we brush and floss, teeth start to yellow. This is usually due to the use of tobacco, coffee, tea, and other sugary or acidic food and drink. [Read More]

Questions You Should Ask About Your Future Dental Crown

Posted on: 22 May 2017

Whenever you are undergoing a major dental procedure, there are many questions you should ask your dentist. However, in the moment, you may not think to ask these questions and may not realize how important they are until afterward. You will want to have questions prepared ahead of time. Should I Choose Crowns? You will want to ask if you are a good candidate for a crown. For your particular dental problem, there may be other solutions besides a dental crown. [Read More]

2 Reasons To Let Your Dentist Handle Your Teeth Whitening Needs

Posted on: 5 May 2017

One of the most common mistakes that many individuals make trying to get their teeth whiter is to believe that a store-bought whitening kit will be just as effective as going to a dentist. However, there are quite a few reasons to let your dentist handle your teeth whitening needs as opposed to buying a store-bought whitening kit, such as the two listed below. Can Potentially Save You A Lot Of Money [Read More]

2 Tips to Help Your Teen Keep Their Surgical Site Bacteria Free Following a Bone Graft for a Single Implant

Posted on: 20 January 2017

If your teen has ever experienced any kind of gum disease or infection, then they may have weaker gum tissue. If this is the case, then getting a single implant will be tricky. In order to make the implant process smoother, your teen's dentist may suggest bone grafting. A bone graft procedure involves placing additional gum tissue in the area where the implant will be placed. This ensures that the implant will not fail. [Read More]