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]

2 Reasons To Encourage Your Child To Start Flossing Even When They Only Have Their Baby Teeth

When your child's baby teeth started coming in, you may have started with a gentle brushing routine to keep them clean. And now that they are older, you are starting to encourage them as they start to brush their own teeth.  While you may already know that flossing is an integral part of keeping your child's teeth and gums healthy, you may believe that you do not need to start teaching them how until their permanent teeth start coming in. [Read More]

3 Tips For Choosing An Orthodontist As An Adult

Many people who need orthodontics were not given the option as a child and wait to address the issue until they are adults with their own budget and dental insurance. Whether you have an underbite, an overbite, teeth crowding, or crooked teeth, orthodontics can change your life. The right orthodontist will evaluate your bite as well as your smile goals and provide a relevant treatment plan for you. Here are three tips for choosing an adult orthodontic treatment:  [Read More]

What Are Calcified Root Canals, And Do They Need Dental Treatment?

If your dentist took x-rays at your most recent check-up and found that you have calcified root canals, you may have many questions. Read on to learn more about what causes calcified root canals and when they may require further intervention from your dentist. What Are Calcified Root Canals? Underneath enamel, dentin, and cementum, each tooth has a hollowed-out area that contains a pulp chamber. The pulp is the living portion of your tooth with nerves and vessels. [Read More]