The Fundamentals on Caring for a Temporary Crown

Temporary dental crowns are just that—temporary. They are successful tools that cover your worn down, broken, or injured tooth just until your permanent crown is ready. Sometimes it takes a couple of days for a permanent dental crown to be created, which is why it is important that you take care of your temporary crown… Read more »

Lumineers and Veneers: Which is Right for You?

Have you ever wanted to enhance the appearance of your smile? Have you ever considered lumineers or veneers? Do you know what the difference between the two is? Are you unhappy with the appearance of your smile? Do you ever wish there was something you could do to achieve a radiant teeth? If you would… Read more »

How to Lessen the Blow of Halloween Candy on Your Child’s Smile

Halloween candy can have a negative and painful effect on your child’s smile, but what are you supposed to do about it? Well, there are a few things you can do, actually! Here are some suggestions: Divvy the candy up When your child comes home from their trick-or-treating journey, hide their candy and only give… Read more »

Pregnancy: Why Your Teeth Matter

Pregnancy is an exciting time for any parent! And it isn’t any surprise that you want to provide the best care for you and your baby. But did you know that most women aren’t aware that the health of their teeth plays a significant part in the health of their baby and themselves? That’s why… Read more »

Keep Your Teeth Healthy and Strong by Eating Right

There’s more to keeping your mouth healthy and strong than by flossing or brushing twice a day. Eating the right foods can help protect and keep your teeth in tip-top shape for the future. We are going to give you some food tips you can incorporate into your diet to ensure healthy teeth for years… Read more »

The ABC’s Of Dental Health

Keeping good oral hygiene practices is very important for dental health. Our mouths are full of bacteria which, if it collects, can form a film on the teeth called plaque. Plaque bacteria breaks down the sugars in foods and creates acids that attack tooth enamel. Overtime, this can cause problems to develop such as tooth… Read more »

Getting Into Shape: The Reasons Behind the Different Shapes of Your Teeth

Have you ever wondered why your canines are so pointy? Or why your incisors are so thin? And why are molars big and bulky? Behind every tooth shape is a purpose, and here they are. Sharp and Thin The incisors (the teeth at the front of you mouth) have a sharp, thin biting surface. The… Read more »