3 Questions About Having Multiple Teeth Extracted For Dentures

28 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Has your dentist told you that you need multiple teeth extracted in order to get dentures? If so, you likely have concerns about what the procedure will be like. Here are 3 common questions that you will have about getting multiple teeth extracted at once. Will The Extraction Procedure Be Painful? Many dental patients fear the process of having a tooth extracted because of the potential pain that they will feel. Read More 

Got Braces? Here’s Why You Should Get An Orthodontic Mouthguard

30 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you already have braces or are planning on getting them and live an active lifestyle, there's a certain accessory that could do you a lot of good. Orthodontic mouthguards are helpful tools for anyone wearing braces, especially if you enjoy sports or another form of regular activity. If this sounds like you, read on to discover the importance of this tool. Types of Damage Braces are tough, but they're not meant to withstand repeated pressure and direct, extreme blows of force. Read More 

Smile For The Camera: 3 Image-Conscious Ways To Improve Your Smile (And Your Selfies)

27 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When it comes to any facet of modern life — professional, social, romantic, etc. — your image says a lot about who you are and what you value. For better or for worse, the 21st Century is turning out to be a very visual time, and one where looking your best matters a lot. This is true for even the smallest features, such as your smile. But improving your smile can not only be hard work, it can also lead to your image suffering a hit. Read More 

Tips For Reducing Nighttime Braces Pain

10 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your child has recently been fitted for braces, then they probably complain that they are unable to sleep at night, especially after an appointment with their children's orthodontist that involves tightening. Thankfully, there are some ways that your child can sleep more soundly, even when they are struggling with braces and soreness. Purchase A Soft Pillow If your child likes to sleep on their side, then their pillow may be pressing hard against the face. Read More 

Understanding Why Orthodontic Movements Are Slow

16 August 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have decided to have your teeth straightened, then you may be interested in the use of traditional metal braces. If so, you should know that you need to be patient while the teeth are moved slowly. It may be hard to understand why this is best for your overall appearance and oral health. If you are interested in why the teeth are moved slowly and what can happen if they are moved too quickly, keep reading. Read More