Orthodontic Options For Adults

If you were not able to have braces as a child or during your teenage years, it is still possible to have your teeth straightened as an adult. Of course, orthodontia has made much progress in the past decade so you will not be stuck wearing metal bands on your teeth. You have different options that will allow you to get the nice, straight teeth you have always wanted with very few people knowing you are having it done. Read More 

3 Things Besides Sugar That Can Damage Your Child’s Teeth

All parents know the importance of keeping sugar to a minimum in their children's diet. It's been drilled into peoples consciousness over the years by dentists and the health media. However, there are lots of things besides candy, soda, and sugary sweets that can damage your kids teeth. So, you will need to be on the lookout for them and if you notice a problem, you are going to have to ask your children's dental care specialist for advice on how to move forward. Read More 

Uses And Types Of Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are widely used in restorative dentistry. Since a crown covers the natural crown of a tooth, the crown's protection and fortification helps prevent future structural damages. Here are a few instances in which dental crowns are used and the types of crowns that maybe applied: Dental Implants Dental implants are devices that replace lost teeth. Each dental implant is actually a rod or screw that is embedded into the jaw bone. Read More 

Addressing Tooth Discoloration In Children

Your child's baby teeth are important placeholders for their adult teeth and crucial for helping set up their future smile. Tooth discoloration in toddlers can rob them of their beautiful smile and contribute to dental complications in the future. Regular visits to a pediatric dentist for dental cleaning and advice on healthy oral habits can help prevent or halt this problem. Here is a look at common causes of tooth discoloration in children. Read More 

Common Causes For Jaw Pain

Jaw pain can be really frustrating, especially when you aren't sure where it is coming from. It can be related to how you sleep, the health of your teeth, and the way the jaw joint itself is positioned. Here are some common causes of jaw pain so you know when it is time to see a dentist. You Have TMJ Disease One of the most common causes of pain in the jaw is from a condition called TMJ disease. Read More