Month: December 2015

What Happens When You Don't Treat A Cavity

When it comes to cavity detection and prevention, earlier is always better. A cavity that is identified early in its development can be stopped before damage reaches beyond your enamel. If a cavity penetrates your enamel and dentin, it can affect your pulp, and threaten the health of the living tissue at the center of… Read more »

Your Diet Plays A Part In Maintaining Your Oral Health

The choices you make regarding your diet can have obvious effects on your overall health, but certain foods and drinks can also have particular effects on your oral health. Items that are acidic, contain high amounts of sugar, or tend to be stickier can cause problems for your teeth. Darker beverages can stain your teeth,… Read more »

A New Smile For The New Year, With Full Mouth Rehabilitation

No single treatment may be enough to correct your oral health problems. If your teeth have developed significant issues, you may need a range of treatments to fully restore them. With full mouth rehabilitation, your dentist can perform a thorough inspection of your ongoing oral health issues, and create a plan to provide you with… Read more »

Dental Crowns Can Restore Significantly Damaged Teeth

If you have a cavity, you will need to have it removed as soon as possible, to stop the decay from spreading. If your cavity is treated quickly enough, it will likely only need a filling. However, when a cavity has progressed past your enamel, and harmed the interior of your tooth, a filling may… Read more »

Dental Implants Keep Replacement Teeth Secure

Missing one or several teeth can affect the way you eat, and the way you talk. It can also leave teeth surrounding the absence vulnerable to loss. There are several ways in which lost teeth can complicate your life, beyond how it can affect your confidence in your smile. Dental implants can replace unsightly absences… Read more »