Top 4 Ways A Cosmetic Dentist Can Repair Your Chipped Tooth

Posted on: 14 April 2015

If you've recently chipped a tooth, you might be worried about a number of things. How will you afford the repairs, and what all will they entail? But modern dentistry has come a long way, and some of the fixes are a lot simpler than you think. Here are four of the more popular methods cosmetic dentists use to fix a chipped tooth and what you can expect from your treatment. [Read More]

Autistic Children's Dental Health: 5 Tips To Help Your Autistic Child At The Dentist

Posted on: 2 April 2015

The underlying health of your smile is important, but teaching your children the importance can be difficult. Unfortunately, teaching the very young or kids with various disabilities or personality issues can be even more challenging. Characterized by a variety of social, behavioral, and emotional difficulties, autism affects an estimated 1 in 68 children. While a diagnosis can be overwhelming, you can help your child achieve a healthy lifestyle. Using this guide, you can help your autistic child through their upcoming dental exam. [Read More]

Breaking Bad On Your Teeth: Dental Dangers Of Methamphetamine Use

Posted on: 13 March 2015

With the TV show Breaking Bad showing Walter White's rise to power as a drug king, methamphetamine grew in popularity across the world. Most viewers loved Walter for what he was doing for his family. However, the hit series showed very few physical ramifications of meth addiction. Considering an estimated 12 million people have used the drug at least once, meth addiction is more common than most people believe. From extreme weight loss and hallucinations to cardiovascular disease and death, the physical and emotional effects are endless. [Read More]

5 Strategies For Limiting Damage To Your Autistic Child's Teeth

Posted on: 3 March 2015

With autism diagnosis numbers continuing to rise each year, there are millions of parents struggling to help their children reach adulthood with a healthy set of permanent teeth. Autism spectrum disorders both cause behavior that damages the teeth and make it hard for the child to handle a trip to the dentist. Protect your child's teeth despite the challenges by trying these five helpful techniques. Switch Stimming Methods Stimming is repetitive behavior that stimulates at least one of the senses and helps relieve stress and anxiety. [Read More]