5 Signs Of A Dental Cavity Between Teeth

Sometimes, identifying the presence of a dental cavity is difficult. For instance, it's easy to confuse the positioning of a cavity in lower teeth since tooth pain in that area travels along the trigeminal nerve. Spotting a cavity between two teeth is very difficult, unless you know what to look for. If you suspect that you have a dental cavity between two of your teeth, then look for the following signs. Read More 

Ceramic Implants An Ideal Solution For Missing Teeth And Metal Allergies

If you have been searching for a tooth replacement solution, you have likely heard of dental implants. You may have even done some research. If so, you likely discovered that there are a variety of implant solutions, such as ceramic implants.   Ceramic is a material that is used in a variety of dental solutions such as crowns, dentures, and dental bridges. The appearance of ceramic makes it an ideal choice for tooth replacement solutions because the material closely mimics the appearance of natural teeth. Read More 

Do You Need A Sinus Lift Before Dental Implants?

If you are looking into dental implants to replace missing teeth you may be wondering if you need a bone graft. In order for a dental implant to be successful, you need strong jaw bone density so the implant can actually be stable in your mouth. If you don't have strong enough bone density or enough room in your upper jaw for an implant, your dentist may recommend a sinus lift procedure. Read More 

Dental Care As You Age: What You Should Know

As you grow older, your teeth just aren't what they used to be, and your bones aren't either. Your teeth are connected to the gums and all of it is connected to the bones in your jaw. If your teeth become brittle, your gums start to recede and your jaw bone becomes thinner, it's going to wreak havoc on your mouth, making it more and more difficult to chew your food or eat the foods you used to, and it can also make it more difficult to keep your natural teeth. Read More