Dental Bridges: A Great Tooth Replacement Option

Experts estimate that some 120 million people are missing at least one tooth. Losing a tooth to damage or decay can leave you with a serious gap in your smile. The negative effects of a missing tooth don't end with just a poor aesthetic; you could suffer from other conditions that can be reversed by replacing the tooth. Dental bridges make a great replacement option for those looking to combat the negative effects of a missing tooth. Read More 

How Do Dental Implants Stay In Place?

Dental implants are one of the best tooth-replacement methods out there, but many people find themselves having questions about them. Unlike most body implants, dental implants partially protrude outward from the inside of the body, which may make you feel curious as to how on earth they're staying in place. Dental implants have a reputation for not moving around like other tooth-replacement methods do or can, so what is to thank for this? Read More 

Dental Services That Can Enhance Your Smile

If you are concerned about the appearance of your smile, you may be planning to visit a cosmetic dentist to help improve the look of your teeth or gums. Still, you may be unaware of some of the applications that can be used to correct dental imperfections. Here are a few common cosmetic dental services that can enhance your smile. Gum Contouring Sometimes, the gingival tissues may cover too much of the tooth enamel. Read More 

What Makes A Dental Implant So Similar To A Real Tooth?

If you were to compare the three main options you have for replacing a tooth, you would discover that a dental implant is the option that is most similar to a real tooth. This is just one of the reasons that people prefer implants over the other two options – dental bridges and removable partial dentures. If you're wondering what makes an implant so similar to a real tooth, here are the things you should know. Read More 

What To Know About Cavities With Children

As a parent, you probably make sure your young child brushes their teeth every day, so you might think that this will prevent cavities, and it often does. However, cavities can still develop in a child's mouth. In fact, approximately 42% of young kids, between the ages of 2 to 11, have experienced at least one cavity. If this happens to your child, you should know that it's not unusual, and here are a few other things you should know. Read More