You Eat Healthy But You're Having A Tooth Pulled: What Gives?
16 November 2016
After suffering from a lifetime of teeth problems, you finally started eating healthier. However, your dentist has told you that they have to remove a tooth that has nearly rotted away. How is this possible? And how can you avoid losing more teeth in the future?
Many Otherwise Healthy Foods Have Secret Sugars
One of the great secrets that few people realize is that many otherwise healthy foods have hidden sugar that could be impacting the health of their teeth.
3 Things To Know About Getting A Dental Crown
27 October 2016
If you want to have the healthiest teeth possible, you may need to consider some restorations during the course of your life. Over time, you may battle decay, injury, or having a tooth wear down. It's not uncommon that a dental crown is required for any of these reasons. However, if you're faced with getting a crown, you will want to know some details about this process beforehand.
Questions You Should Ask About An Upcoming Crown Procedure
7 October 2016
If you have accidentally cracked your tooth, your dentist may refer you to a good oral surgeon who can put a crown on the tooth to protect it. It's important to ask the surgeon about what you can expect, such as the following.
Is Waiting an Option?
If you have a busy workweek coming up or don't have an immediate free moment in your schedule, you might hope to push back the procedure as long as you can.
Why Your Teeth Yellow With Age And How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Help
6 October 2016
You could have the most perfect oral care routine and avoid all of the foods and beverages that discolor teeth—and your teeth would still yellow with age. There are some valid causes for this. If you find the discolorations especially disconcerting, cosmetic dentistry can help. Here is why your teeth would yellow anyway, and how cosmetic dentistry can help.
The Enamel Weakens
The biggest reason why teeth yellow with age is because the enamel, the covering your teeth naturally make to protect the inner core of each tooth, becomes weaker.