Considering Dental Whitening? Know The Pros And Cons

Have you never been satisfied with the color of your teeth and want to get professional dental whitening performed? If so, it will help to know all of the pros and cons of this procedure before you move forward with it. Pro: Bright And White Smile The most obvious advantage of using dental whitening is that you are going to have a smile that is bright and white at the end, which will fix the problem that has been bugging you for so long. Read More 

How Long Will A Jawbone Graft Last Without A Dental Implant?

Sometimes, before you can have an implant placed, a dental surgeon needs to place a bone graft into the site. The bone graft will provide the support a dental implant needs. Under normal circumstances, your bone graft should heal in several months. After that time, your dentist can place the dental implant. But things aren't always as simple as that. If you are having financial difficulties or other personal problems, then you might not be able to have your dental implant placed just yet. Read More 

What Dentists Can Do About Your Receding Gum Line

Having receding gums is a problem you shouldn't ignore: if you don't address a receding gum condition, you can end up with loose or missing teeth, mouth infections, a change in your bite, and soreness or discomfort in your gums. A receding gum line is something dentists can treat, although an existing negative gum line cannot be reversed. This is why it's important to treat a receding gum line as soon as you notice your teeth appearing longer than usual, your gums pulling away from some teeth but not others, and other issues with your smile. Read More 

The Importance of a Deep Dental Cleaning

You may have heard of people going into the dentist to get a deep cleaning, which is technically known as scaling and root planing. You may be wondering what this type of deep cleaning is and if it is necessary for you. Here is what you need to know about it.  X-Rays and Periodontal Charting Part of the deep cleaning treatment is to get routine x-rays and periodontal charting performed. A dentist will take bitewing x-rays annually, which will check for cavities, tartar found underneath the gums, and the health of the bone. Read More 

3 Ways a Cosmetic Dentist Can Improve Your Smile Quickly

When it comes to the appearance of your smile, you may not be pleased. Even if your teeth and gums are healthy, a few things such as discoloration or spacing issues may be bothersome. The good news is that there are various ways that cosmetic dentistry can help. Some procedures can change the size, shape, and shade of your teeth. If you are looking to make changes to your smile quickly, there are procedures that may work for your needs. Read More