2 Potential Problems Caused By Impacted Wisdom Teeth

While you may have been feeling some pressure and pain in the back of your mouth, you may believe that your wisdom teeth are starting to come in. However, since your symptoms come and go intermittently, you may believe that you can let it go until the pain gets worse or more constant. However, if you are already feeling pain and pressure, one or more of your wisdom teeth are likely impacted. Read More 

Getting to the Root of the Issue: Information About Root Canals

Most people are familiar with the term "root canal" and associate the procedure with quite a lot of pain and general unpleasantness. So if your dentist tells you that you need one, you may initially be quite worried. Luckily, there's really no reason to be anxious, as root canals are far less invasive and uncomfortable than most people think. Having your questions answered should help calm your worries. 1. What does a dentist actually do during a root canal? Read More 

3 Habits That Can Improve Your Oral Health

As you age, you might start worrying about your oral health more than you did when you were younger. As a result, you might be interested in finding out what you can do to improve the health of your teeth and mouth. Fortunately, there are things you can do. Here are three habits you can develop to help you make a positive difference with your teeth and gums. 1. Take Calcium and Vitamin D  Read More 

Loose Dental Implants: The Basics

When it comes to dental restoration work, implants are the most popular and most effective means to do so. However, if you are opting for dental implants, it is important to understand that dental implants aren't a guaranteed permanent solution. It's important that you understand the basics of loose dental implants so that you can address the problem if it happens. Here's a look at what you need to know. Read More 

How Dental Sealants Protect Your Teeth From Oral Decay

A dental sealant is a coating that seals the grooves found in the chewing surfaces of your teeth. The sealants help to prevent debris from becoming trapped in the grooves of your teeth, which can contribute to tooth decay. As a result, they can prevent a significant number of cavities.  When Are Dental Sealants Used By Dentists? Sealants are used for both children and adults. However, they are not suitable for children who still have their baby teeth. Read More