5 Types Of Dental Crowns

There's a good chance that you'll need to pick a dental crown at some point in your life. The crown might be for you or your child. Although many people are familiar with what a crown does, many don't realize just how many options are available to them. The differences in the types of crowns are not just for aesthetic reasons. Different dental crowns have contrasting characteristics and are available at different price points.   Read More...

Three Reasons That Chewing Gum Is A Bad Idea When You Wear Dentures

There are several reasons that people enjoy chewing gum. Some people appreciate how gum freshens their breath, while others appreciate gum as a means to occupy their mouths when they're trying to quit using tobacco. If you've chewed gum for a long time, it will be time to reconsider this behavior once you get dentures. When you have your teeth removed and get fitted for dentures, you'll soon learn how you can still eat most foods and you may even feel more confident in your smile.   Read More...

FAQs About Root Canals

If you go into the dentist with a sore mouth and your dentist tells you that you need to get a root canal, you may be wondering what on earth that is and what it means for you. To help you understand a few of the basis of this procedure, this article will answer some frequently asked questions. Are you ready to learn some more? If so, then read on.    Read More...

3 Features The Pediatric Eye Care Center You Choose For Your Child Should Offer

Are you looking for a new pediatric eye care center for your child? Here are a few features to look for when choosing a facility to work with: An Engaging Waiting Room One important feature that the pediatric eye care center you choose for your child should offer is an engaging waiting room. It can get pretty boring while waiting to see the doctor. And while you can easily read a magazine or catch up on your email to stay engaged during the wait, your child will need some inspiration to keep themselves entertained.   Read More...

Chipped Tooth? You Have Repair Options!

A chipped tooth may not come with any physical pain, but it can damage your confidence and self-esteem. This is especially true if the chip is on a highly visible front tooth. Fortunately, there are several options to help reverse the damage. Continue reading to learn which one may be right for you. Option #1: Bonding Bonding uses a similar polymer substance as that used for fillings. Your dentist mixes up the medium so it matches the color of your teeth.   Read More...