What To Expect When Having Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Posted on: 28 August 2019

The wisdom teeth are the last set of teeth that come in for humans. They are located in the very back top and bottom of the gums. Normally, these teeth appear between the ages of 17 and 25. Many people choose to have these teeth extracted for various reasons. They may come in impacted where they are not completely through the gumline, grow in crooked which can affect the positioning of the rest of the teeth, or take up too much space in the mouth and cause pain and discomfort. [Read More]

Common Questions About Having Wisdom Teeth Extracted

Posted on: 6 August 2019

Having wisdom teeth removed can seem very scary, even if you just need a single tooth extracted. Thankfully, having the tooth extraction procedure performed early can help make the extraction process go smoothly for you as a patient. By having more knowledge of the procedure, you'll feel more at ease about what you'll go through to remove those problematic wisdom teeth. Why Is It Necessary To Extract Your Wisdom Teeth? [Read More]

Preventive Applications That Help You Maintain Your Dental Health

Posted on: 9 July 2019

Dental professionals advise that you receive preventive care at least twice annually. Your dentist uses preventive applications to help you maintain the health of your teeth. Here are a few of these services. Dental Cleanings A dental cleaning removes tartar from your teeth. The hard, yellow substance is actually plaque that has calcified. Plaque develops as bacteria and food particles mix. It is a soft, sticky substance, but it hardens into tartar after about a day of remaining in place. [Read More]

How To Choose The Right Cosmetic Dentist

Posted on: 14 June 2019

Selecting the right dentist to perform cosmetic work is not always an easy task. There is a large array of cosmetic procedures available, ranging from corrective measures taken after medical procedures to elective options that are purely aesthetic in nature. Since the purpose of any cosmetic procedure is to improve the appearance of your teeth, choosing a skilled and experience specialist is especially important. This does not mean that the family dentist that you have been seeing for years isn't the right choice for cosmetic dentistry work, but it does mean that it is worth taking a few simple steps to consider alternatives before deciding where your work will be done. [Read More]