If you're suffering with a toothache, you may be wondering if you'll need to have a root canal treatment when you go to the dentist. It usually depends on if there is an infection in the root of your tooth. Here is some information about why a root canal is needed and how it helps a toothache. Signs You Might Need A Root Canal A toothache alone doesn't mean you're going to need a root canal.
8 November 2017
When your teeth have suffered extensive damage, it may be necessary for you to undergo dental reconstruction procedures. These treatments can help to restore the appearance of your smile. The exact treatments that will be required can vary, but there are a few dental treatments that may be particularly common for those with this type of severe dental damage. While undergoing these dental reconstruction procedures can provide you with important cosmetic benefits, they can also improve the quality of your life by reducing discomfort and improving the utility of your mouth.
8 November 2017
No longer do you have to conjure up images of pain when you must undergo a root canal dental procedure. Granted it was quite a painful procedure in the past, but root canal is a painless procedure now because new technology takes the pain out of having a root canal. You can relax in the dental chair without thinking about pain as your dentist skillfully performs this very important treatment that leaves your troubled tooth in a healthy state for many years to come.
12 October 2017
One of the most significant expenses that many people end up facing on a regular basis is dental work, mostly due to the fact that your teeth do need regular care in order to remain healthy and in good shape. Unfortunately, the expense of dental work can often be quite difficult for a number of people to effectively fit into their budgets. Thankfully, there are a few ways to avoid overspending on dental work, such as the two listed below.
19 September 2017
When it comes to dental health, it's probable that most people in the world could stand to do a little better in keeping to good habits and staying away from bad ones. If you're looking for a few good habits to brush up on when it comes to your oral health, then here's what you need to know. Floss, Then Brush If you reach for the floss after spitting and rinsing toothpaste from your mouth, you may want to think about reversing that order.
27 July 2017
When it comes to your dental care, you might think that you're pretty on top of the game — you brush regularly, floss more than a couple times a week, and use mouthwash for that refreshing tingle (and cavity protection), signaling that your mouth is as clean as can be. But those things alone aren't quite enough for you to have peak dental appearance and health; while you definitely have a head start in the oral health game, there are a few other things for you to consider.
27 July 2017
When most people think about receding gum lines, gum disease is often the very first thing that comes to mind. However, there are also many other reasons why your gums may be receding, so you don't want to immediately jump to this conclusion unless you have other reasons for thinking that gum disease is the culprit. Here are some of the other possible causes of receding gums, so you can better determine what may be going on in your mouth until you can get in to see your dentist:
12 July 2017
A dental emergency can happen regardless of a patient's age. However, pediatric dental patients are sometimes more prone to accidents that result in dental emergencies. As a parent, it's important to recognize a situation that requires prompt dental attention so you can get your child the help he or she needs in a timely manner. A delay in treatment may result in a lost tooth or an invasive dental procedure that could have been avoided.
15 June 2017
Your teeth are so important to your health and well-being, so you want to make sure you never take them for granted. There are a lot of extra things that you can do above and beyond simply brushing them each day that can really contribute to them in a way that helps to keep them healthy, strong and looking great for as long as possible. Here are some of the things that you want to do:
18 May 2017
If you got fillings as a child, then your parent probably decided on the type and color of the fillings. This may have resulted in fillings that do not match the overall color of your natural teeth. Now, you may be allowed to make your own choices when it comes to filling materials and colors. If you have recently gotten your teeth whitened, then choosing your filling material and color is even more important.
28 February 2017