Get Your Kids Into An Oral Care Routine

Every parent of course wants the best for his or her child. You will of course do what you can to get your child into a routine for any number of things in life in order to set them up for future success. A routine to do homework at a set time. A routine to do chores around the house. If you want your child to make it to adulthood cavity-free, you should also be encouraging a daily oral care routine. Read More 

Replacing Your Missing Tooth With A Dental Implant

The loss of a tooth can be a major cosmetic and functional issue. Whenever someone has suffered the loss of a tooth, they will likely want to review their options for having the lost tooth replaced. Assumption: There Will Always Be A Significant Delay Between The Extraction And The Placement There are some patients that will simply assume that they have to wait weeks or months before they will be able to have their implant placed after their tooth is extracted. Read More 

Some Dental Services Explained

There are different kinds of dental services to ensure you can have the dental problems addressed that you need to be addressed, whatever they may be. The information below will go over just a sampling of the many kinds of dental services there are available to people of all ages.  Preventative dental services Preventative dental services are services that everyone should go to the dentist for, regardless of age and other factors. Read More 

Reasons To Choose A Porcelain Dental Crown

Dental crowns can be made from a number of different materials. Some are made from a metal called amalgam, which contains a blend of mercury and other metals. Others are made from composite resin, which is a plastic-like material. Still, others are made from porcelain, a sort of ceramic glass. Porcelain crowns tend to be the most expensive, but that does not mean they are not worth the cost. In fact, porcelain crowns have a number of benefits that make them well worth their higher price tag. Read More 

How Are Plaque And Tartar Different?

Have you heard your dentist talking about plaque and tartar, and are not sure what the differences are? If so, you may want to know the following things about these two substances that can damage your teeth. What Is Plaque? Plaque is the soft gooey substance that forms on your teeth during the day. Plaque is a substance that is soft enough to remove through brushing and flossing every single day. Read More