Anxious About Your Tooth Exam? This Information May Help

Posted on: 13 January 2019

If you suffer from panic disorder or another type of anxiety disorder, you may worry about a lot of things, including your upcoming tooth exam. Although panic disorder can make you feel uncomfortable during dental appointments, you can find ways to get through your exam. The information below can help you ease your worries before and during your tooth exam.  How Does Panic Disorder Affect Your Mouth? Panic disorder can affect multiple areas of your life, including how well you sleep at night, how well you function under pressure, and how well you react to dental and medical treatments. [Read More]

Why A Dental Crown Is The Best Option For Replacing A Tooth

Posted on: 19 December 2018

Are you considering cosmetic dentistry to replace a tooth, but not sure which method will be best? If so, you have several options to pick from that have various pros and cons. In your situation, you may discover that a dental crown is better than using alternative methods like a dental implant, bonding, or veneers. Here are some reasons why a crown will be an excellent choice. Cost If your goal is to save money on your tooth replacement, know that a crown is going to be very affordable when compared to other replacement options. [Read More]

The Top Causes Of Wisdom Tooth Pain

Posted on: 6 November 2018

A lot of people choose to get a dentist to remove their wisdom teeth before they experience any problems or pain with them, but there are also people who decide to wait it out in hopes that they will not have to go through the procedure of getting these teeth removed. If you are someone who is hoping that you will not have to get your wisdom teeth removed, you should understand what types of pain and problems your wisdom teeth may cause, and you should watch for these as they can be signs you need to get these teeth removed. [Read More]

4 Tips To Help Your Child Adjust To Braces

Posted on: 13 October 2018

If your child has misaligned teeth, he or she may be a good candidate for braces. This orthodontic treatment can help improve the appearance of your child's smile and boost his or her self-confidence. However, wearing braces isn't always a walk in the park. It can take a while for your child to get used to wearing them.  Here are some different ways to help your child adjust to braces. [Read More]