1. What are Dental Crowns and Tooth Bridges?

    A dental bridge is what you need if you have a missing tooth. Your missing tooth can lead to an unwanted gap, which is a troublesome cosmetic problem. This may also lead to discomfort when chewing and other issues. It’s made up of at least two crowns, on each side of the gap, and false tooth/teeth in between. These crowns are called “abutment teeth”. On the other hand, false teeth are called…Read More

  2. Tips for Switching Dentists When You Move

    When you change residences, you do not only change your address, but you also have to adapt to the new environment where you will be living. One of the factors to be considered is finding a new dentist to ensure the protection of your dental care. Utilizing every resource possible will surely help in choosing the dentist within your standards. These are some guidelines that you must consider when …Read More

  3. How to Find a New Dentist

    When moving to another place, one would usually feel a mix of feelings. There’s this feeling of excitement to a new home and to the idea of gaining new set of friends, but there’s also a tinge of anxiety due to the fear of the unknown, and that includes the daunting task of finding a new and good dentist. Questions like “Is my new dentist as good as the previous one I had?” or “Does he c…Read More

  4. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

    Tooth decay damages the outer surface of a tooth caused by a bacteria called plaque. If ignored, the plaque builds up and turns into tartar, which produces acids that cause caries and gum diseases. In a survey conducted by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, tooth decay is still the most widespread chronic diseases in children although it can be largely prevented if treated…Read More

  5. Root Canal

    How to Prepare for your Root Canal Treatment

    You may have been told by your dentist that you will need a root canal treatment or are scheduled for one. Root canal treatment is performed on a tooth that has infection in the soft, interior tissues. It is a procedure that has many similarities to standard restoration like dental crowns or fillings. It involves removing the nerve as well as the pulp, and the inside parts of the tooth will be cle…Read More

  6. Maximizing Your Dental Insurance Before the Year Ends

    Most dental insurance plans run on a traditional calendar year, with a few running on a fiscal year. Regardless of how your plan runs, dental benefits reset every year. If your plan runs on a traditional calendar year, then this is probably the best time to take advantage of everything that your dental insurance cover has to offer. Here are a few tips to help you maximize your dental benefits befo…Read More

  7. Things to Expect After Getting a Dental Crown?

    People get dental crowns for various reasons. It could be a doctor's recommendation for a weak or discolored tooth or simply for cosmetic reasons. It is usually a painless procedure and you should get used to having it in your mouth after a short while. Once you get a dental crown, the following are a few things that you should expect. You will need to avoid some foods. Ideally, you can bite, chew…Read More

  8. What is A Root Canal Treatment and How Is It Performed?

    If you are feeling an unbearable toothache and you are faced with the dilemma of losing your teeth, root canal treatment is the best solution your dentist can offer. Here are the things you need to know before you set up your dental appointment for a root canal treatment.   What is a Root Canal Treatment? A root canal treatment is a procedure performed to relieve dental pain caused by the inf…Read More

  9. Tips on How to Find a Dentist If You Have Recently Moved

    Moving to a new place can both be exciting and stressful on many levels. On one hand, you can enjoy new opportunities you didn’t have before. On the other hand, you will definitely be missing many of the comforts of home. One of these “comforts,” for many, is the service of a longtime family dentist. The time for your regular dental appointment is coming around, and you are moving to, or hav…Read More

  10. The Right Everyday Routine for Your Teeth

    There is nothing as refreshing as fresh breath and a beautiful smile. As many people struggle with dental care, self-discipline is necessary for sustained oral hygiene. This article guides you on what you can do every day to maintain healthy teeth.   Maintain Dental Routine Because of the busy schedules of everyday life, it may be difficult to develop a dental routine and maintain it. However…Read More