When you smile, you want to show the world a mouth full of healthy, white teeth. Unfortunately though, over time, you may notice that one of your teeth is turning from a white color to a dark brown, gray or black color. If this occurs, you may have many questions about it. Here are a few of the frequently asked questions in relation to a tooth that is turning black.
20 December 2018
2018 is ending and with it comes a time for you to make some new year's resolutions for your health, which don't always need to be about a new gym membership or losing a few pounds. Why not make some of your best resolutions to improve your oral health? Here are some recommendations to help you keep your teeth and oral health in tip-top shape. Be Proactive with Dental Visits
26 November 2018
Both a pediatric dentist and a traditional dentist have the education and experience to meet all your dental needs. However, a pediatric dentist has further credentials that come in handy for treating families. Learn what makes a pediatric dentist different from a regular dentist. Training Pediatric dentists go through the same training that traditional dentists do; both learn how to identify oral health problems and treat patients accordingly. However, pediatric dentists receive further training to enable them to treat very young patients.
28 September 2018
A dental makeover can be just the thing that you need to revitalize your appearance and to give you a better sense of confidence. When you are planning your dental makeover, it is important to approach this with a strategy and mindset that will help you to see this dental work through. Start By Addressing Dental Health Problems Prior to beginning the cosmetic treatments, you should have any current dental health problems addressed.
28 September 2018
Being an informed dental patient will help you in making decisions that can impact your overall health and appearance. Sadly, many patients will be misled by myths about dental care and procedures. Myth: It Will Always Be Impossible To Find A Dentist That You Can Afford Patients that are suffering from dental problems will commonly delay seeking treatment due to the costs that can be involved. For individuals that assume they will be unable to afford this treatment, it can be easy to delay seeking care until the problem becomes extremely severe, and this can increase the costs of correcting it.
7 September 2018
If you're not so happy with your smile, you may be looking to get some dental work done. For individuals with damaged teeth, porcelain veneers can be a great option to consider. A porcelain veneer is a shell that fits over your actual tooth and it can look very real. This is a procedure that your dentist can offer you, and it comes with many benefits. Here are some of the top benefits of investing in porcelain veneers.
9 August 2018
If you have crooked teeth, chances are that your asthma is the last thing on your mind when you think about getting braces. However, it might surprise you to learn that there are a surprising number of advantages to getting invisible braces over standard metal ones if you have asthma. Here are three things consider before choosing the type of braces you'll get. Removable For Medications Many oral medications that asthma patients take suggest rinsing your mouth and not swallowing after taking the medication.
19 July 2018
When you think about your oral health, you most likely think of brushing and flossing your teeth and gums. While important, other steps are essential for maintaining a healthy smile. An estimated 20 million bacteria may be lingering inside your mouth at any given moment, and many of these bacteria is resting on your tongue. It may be out of sight, but your tongue and its underlying health should never be out of your mind.
18 June 2018
Dental veneers are very thin pieces of porcelain or ceramic that are glued to the front of your teeth. They are used to provide you with a beautiful smile. These pieces can hide teeth that are discolored and will not whiten, cracks, chips, and even minor alignment issues. You will keep your natural teeth. However, before contacting a cosmetic dentist, there are a few things you need to know and have corrected before any veneers can be applied.
20 May 2018
Choosing Invisalign to straighten your teeth is a great choice, as this option offers an almost-invisible and removable way to achieve this goal. The downside to Invisalign is that the aligners used to straighten the teeth are removable. While this is also a benefit, it can delay the results of your treatment if you choose to remove the aligners too often. If you really want straight teeth and want to achieve this goal as quickly as possible, you should follow these tips to help you with this.
13 April 2018