Debating Between Dentures And Dental Implants? A Few Benefits That Will Have You Going With The Implants

If you have missing teeth, even if it is a single one, you may be self-conscious of the way it makes you look, smile or talk. When you discuss the issue with your dentist, you will be given a couple of options for filling the space. Now you are faced with making a choice between conventional dentures and dental implants. While you may be tempted to choose dentures to save on the cost if your insurance will not pay the whole bill, there are a few special benefits of going with the implants. [Read More]

An Ounce Of Prevention: What You Can Do Now To Protect You Child's Teeth

Between scrubbing sweat stains out of soccer uniforms, scheduling haircuts, and ensuring that the laundry gets done, it can be easy to forget about your child's dental needs -- specifically, the need to keep your child's teeth clean, healthy, and aesthetically pleasing. While it can be hard to know when is the right time to institute personal, rather than parent-assisted dental care habits and even harder to make sure your kid is keeping up with good dental care, it is possible. [Read More]

Signs That Your Child Might Be Hiding Pain to Avoid the Dentist

There are always going to be kids that hate the dentist. You might even have a child who has developed an irrational fear of the dentist. If your child has had a bad experience in the past, they might try to avoid an unexpected visit any way that they can. Here are six signs that your child might be hiding pain or sensitivity in order to avoid going to the dentist. [Read More]

How To Prepare For Your Root Canal Treatment

If this is your first time undergoing a root canal treatment, you probably have many concerns that are causing you distress. These concerns are somewhat warranted, as there are many ways one might react to a root canal procedure. Here are a few things you can do to prepare for your root canal treatment to ensure it goes smoothly. Ask About Antibiotics Before you undergo your root canal procedure, you should ask your dentist if antibiotics are required. [Read More]