Jaw Surgery 101

Posted on: 19 October 2017

The human body is an amazing thing, but it isn't always a perfect thing. Sometimes, dental irregularities and skull anomalies occur that can affect the jaw. Sometimes, these issues require corrective intervention by dentists and oral and maxillofacial surgeons. Here is what you need to know. What Kinds Of Problems Might Arise? The lower jaw and upper jaw many not align properly, making chewing difficult or impossible. The palate, or the roof of the mouth, may not have developed probably in utero, causing problems as the child grows and their teeth begin coming in. [Read More]

Are Canker Sores Bothering You? Is It Time To Call For Help Yet?

Posted on: 20 September 2017

Canker sores are a nuisance that can quickly become a source of pain. Even though many people will have a canker sore in their lifetime, not everyone seeks treatment for them from their dentist. However, there are some instances in which you should. If you have canker sores, here is what you need to know: What Causes Canker Sores? Although canker sores have been plaguing people for years, the exact cause of them has not been determined. [Read More]

3 Keys To Getting Dental Implants

Posted on: 1 August 2017

In order to make sure that your teeth are replaced in a way that keeps you healthy and empowered, sometimes it is best to look into a procedure that can serve you. Dentists all over can help you to install dental implants any time that you are missing a tooth or need to replace a tooth that needs to be extracted. By taking the time to fix these sorts of problems through the help of dental implants, you can count on an improved smile and peak dental health. [Read More]

What Procedures Might Your Dentist Use In A Smile Makeover Procedure?

Posted on: 1 August 2017

Do you hate your smile... not just a few of your teeth, but the entire smile? Some cosmetic dentists have begun catering to patients like you, offering what they call "smile makeovers." These procedures are typically conducted in stages over the course of a few months, and when the process is over, you're left with a perfectly white and bright smile that anyone would love.  If you truly hate your smile, then the idea of a smile makeover is sure to sound appealing, but you may be intimidated by the idea of having so much work done on your teeth. [Read More]