Things That Can Impact Your Candidacy For A Traditional Dental Implant Restoration

Posted on: 10 April 2017

There are multiple things that can impact your candidacy for a traditional dental implant restoration. Here are a few of them: The Amount of Jawbone That You Have Available The jawbone supports your dental implant.  As a result, the bone's density must be sufficient for the placement of the device. When a traditional dental implant is installed, it is drilled into the jawbone where it eventually assimilates with the bone cells for stability. [Read More]

Two Reasons Why You Should Invest In Professional Teeth Whitening

Posted on: 6 April 2017

If you're like many people, you long for beautiful, white teeth.  There's just something about having a movie star smile that can truly help to boost your confidence.  In your attempts to get the smile of your dreams, you may be accustomed to brushing after each meal, flossing and even using over-the-counter whitening kits.  However, it may be time to take it up a notch by having your teeth professionally whitened. [Read More]

Adult Braces: Types Of Braces Available

Posted on: 30 March 2017

For many children, wearing braces on their teeth is expected. For adults, the concept of wearing braces was once foreign, but it is now becoming more popular. Adults can wear braces not only to straighten their teeth, but also to fix the shape of their jaw and repair an over- or underbite. If you are considering adult braces but feel a bit self-conscious about wearing them, there's little to fear. Adults are getting braces with increasing regularity, partially due to the improved technology that is used in orthodontics today. [Read More]

How To Make Your Jaw More Comfortable Before A Dentist Visit

Posted on: 23 March 2017

If you have a stiff jaw or a disorder that makes your jaw less flexible, like temporomandibular joint disorder, the idea of visiting the dentist can be a daunting one. However, it's still a necessity to go, so the best thing you can do is to make it easier to have your mouth open wide for a long period of time. Here are some ways you make it easier on your jaw while you're visiting the dentist. [Read More]