Why Dental Implants May Be The Right Option For Your Full-Mouth Reconstruction

If you're in need of a full mouth reconstruction, a dental implant treatment can be a great way to restore your smile while improving your dental and overall health. Dental implants serve as replacements for the roots of missing or lost teeth. Dentists surgically incorporate them into the jawbone to provide anchorage for artificial teeth. Continue reading to discover the various advantages that full-mouth dental implants provide when compared to tooth replacement options, including traditional dentures, bridges, and more. [Read More]

Eating Disorders And Dental Conditions: What To Know

Anorexia, binge eating, and bulimia can all cause serious damage to multiple body areas, including the mouth, teeth, and gums. If you think a family member is suffering from an eating disorder (or know they are), read on and find out more. Anorexia Nervosa  This disorder causes sufferers to limit their food intake to the point of near starvation. Those with anorexia may feel overweight regardless of their actual weight. You might notice a person suffering from this disorder not only restricting their caloric intake but also exercising constantly to burn calories. [Read More]

Hidden Benefits Of Professional Teeth Whitening

Folks have been struggling a lot with discolored teeth. And no matter how hard they try to whiten their teeth at home, they can't seem to get good results. Thankfully, professional teeth whitening treatment has worked for most people. So, why don't you see a professional instead of wasting your money on DIY teeth whitening? Here is what makes professional teeth whitening great. Makes You Look Younger Do you know discolored teeth can make you look older? [Read More]

Try Sedation Dentistry To Face Your Fears

Do you feel overly anxious, nervous, and scared to go to the dentist? Unfortunately, many people feel this way, but attending dental visits is imperative for oral health. So what should you do? You have several options. For example, you could skip your appointments and never visit a dentist. However, a better option is to find a dentist that offers sedation. Here is a guide to explain what sedation dentistry is and how it can help you face your fears. [Read More]