Month: February 2018

The Best Ways to Prevent Tooth Loss

It’s true that most of your dental health care focuses on prevention. However, successfully preventing dental health issues is an ongoing process, and you may still be faced with serious oral health concerns at some point in your life. For instance, a majority of people have lost one or more teeth, or will, despite keeping… Read more »

How a Filling Fixes Your Cavity

The bad news about cavities is that almost everyone will experience one at some point in their lives. The good news, however, is that most cavities can be treated with a minimally invasive dental filling, which restores a cavity-stricken tooth and preserves the rest of its healthy structure. Today, fillings are often made from highly… Read more »

When Tooth Bonding Might Be a Good Idea

There are several things that can significantly affect your smile’s appearance, but don’t require extensive treatment to correct. In many cases, cosmetic tooth bonding can be the best way to improve a smile without permanently changing your healthy tooth structure. Made from safe, durable, and highly lifelike composite resin, tooth bonding may be able to… Read more »

What You Really Should Know About Bruxism

Many people realize what bruxism is, but not everyone realizes when they have it. The condition, which describes constantly grinding your teeth together, can often go unnoticed, especially for patients who grind their teeth at night. Because you might not notice it immediately, bruxism can lead to significant tooth wear and damage by the time… Read more »