3 Reasons Why A Root Canal Is A Good Idea

Posted on: 14 May 2015

For most people, the mere mention of getting a root canal is enough to make them rub their jaw in pain. Rumored to be one of the more painful dental procedures a root canal is really anything but. In fact, a root canal can be a crucial procedure that can save your teeth. So, if you're nervous about scheduling the procedure, here are a few things you should know: Save Your Teeth [Read More]

Halloween Candy To Avoid To Keep Teeth Healthy

Posted on: 20 April 2015

Eating a pile of trick-or-treat candy around Halloween obviously can have negative effects, but some candy is worse than others for dental health. When you buy candy to hand out to youngsters and as you look through the stash your own children bring home, consider the treats that are best avoided. Sticky Candy Sugary sticky materials are difficult to get off teeth. If your children have to try to remove a substance from their teeth by using fingers, that's a problem. [Read More]

How To Properly Maintain Porcelain Crowns

Posted on: 1 April 2015

Dental crowns are designed to restore the structural stability of your teeth, and once installed allow you to continue eating and perform other mouth related activities as you have before. However, crowns will not last forever, and porcelain crowns in particular will degrade over time; this means that they will have to be repaired or replaced. By taking proper care of your newly installed porcelain crown, you can extend the lifespan of your porcelain crown. [Read More]

Pediatric Dentistry 101: Making Kids Love The Dental Chair

Posted on: 18 March 2015

Many parents dread taking their children to the dentist; children's fears, while they may be based in the fear of the unknown, can make a dental appointment difficult to complete. Some children fight back, cry, scream, or struggle, and that's difficult for dentists and parents to cope with.  There are a few ways to help in this situation, and both dentists and parents should consider taking steps to reduce children's fears. [Read More]