Issues To Address Before Bleaching The Teeth

Dental bleaching is generally a safe and effective way of whitening the teeth. However, that can only be the case if you address potential complications first. The following are some of the things you should take care of before heading to a cosmetic dentist to bleach your teeth. Dental Sensitivity Dental bleaching works because the bleach penetrates the tooth enamel and reacts with the discoloring agents. As a side effect, the bleaching process increases the porosity of the enamel. Read More 

Taking The First Step Toward A New Smile

If you have a missing tooth, you might want to consider dental implants. Dental science has come a long way and this option creates a natural-looking tooth that looks attractive and protects you from the ill effects of missing teeth. The implant process takes place over several months, and you might want to find out about the first part of the process. Read below to find out what happens before and at your first implant appointments. Read More 

Applications Used In Conjunction With Invisalign

Crooked teeth can make a person feel less attractive. Additionally, they can cause dental health problems. People with misaligned teeth may find it more difficult to clean their teeth properly. Due to a crowded configuration, string floss may not fit into the tight interdental spaces. Additionally, a toothbrush may not reach the areas in the back of the mouth, allowing plaque to accumulate and cavities to form.  Nevertheless, there are multiple orthodontic options available to straighten the teeth, such as Invisalign. Read More 

Ways To Reduce Plaque And Tartar Buildup On Your Teeth

Preventing cavities and gum disease is easiest to do if you are able to reduce and eliminate the plaque and tartar buildup from your teeth. To do this, you must understand how plaque and tartar form on your teeth in the first place, and you will then need to take steps to remove it. What are plaque and tartar? Plaque is a film that is almost always present on teeth. It develops daily, yet you can remove it daily too. Read More 

Help Your Parents Avoid Dental Issues

You like to think of your parents as something close to superheroes. Throughout your life, they have been the ones you could count on to take care of you or make sure you were taking care of yourself. However, before you know it, your superhero parent will have aged, and the roles will begin to reverse. Now you are suddenly in the position of making sure they are okay. You may be the one who is making sure they get to their doctor's appointments, take their medications, eat the way they are supposed to according to their doctor, and have their house clean and tidy. Read More