Tips for Working Good Oral Hygiene into a Busy Schedule

Why You Shouldn’t Avoid Going For Regular Checkups At The Dentist

Too many people make the mistake of skipping out on regular checkups with their dentist. It could be because the lives of many adults can be somewhat hectic, it could be out of fear of the dentist, or it could come from a common misunderstanding such as only kids need to see the dentist regularly. You will find that it is very important for you to make a yearly appointment for a thorough checkup, as well as twice yearly cleanings. Read More 

The Top Reasons Why People Get Dental Implants

If you're missing one or more teeth, your dentist will have suggested a variety of methods to help correct the problem. They range from getting a dental bridge, which is when an artificial tooth is suspended between two teeth, to getting partial dentures, which are a removable dental appliance that can replace only a single tooth if necessary. However, you may have dental implant services on your radar as an option for tooth replacement. Read More 

3 Things Adults Should Know Before Getting Invisalign

Invisalign, also called clear braces, is a system many people turn to for achieving straighter teeth, and many people who get Invisalign are adults. This is a great system for adults to choose when they want straighter teeth, but there are a few important things you should know before getting them, simply so that you know exactly what to expect. It Will Take Some Time to Get Used to Speaking with Them Read More 

Reasons Dentists Recommend Tooth Extractions

Dentists will always try to repair and preserve natural teeth when they can, which means they will only recommend extracting teeth if it is absolutely necessary. There are several reasons why tooth extraction is necessary, and here are some of the reasons that dentists will recommend removing a tooth from a person's mouth: Too much decay Decay that is left on a tooth for a long time will rot away an entire tooth. Read More 

No Time To Floss? Consider The Time That You’ll Invest If You Don’t

If you seldom floss your teeth, you might have many reasons for avoiding this important oral care task. One of the most common reasons for failing to floss is the amount of time that it takes; the American Dental Association notes that 55% of people who aren't daily flossers skip flossing because they believe that it's too time-consuming. There's little doubt that flossing takes some time, and it can also take time to get into the habit of flossing daily. Read More