Dental Bridges Can Give You A New Mouth

If you have dental issues that include damaged and missing teeth, then you may be a good candidate for a dental bridge. A bridge can help you to take care of more than one issue with just one dental appliance. You can learn about bridges in this article, including what they are, what they help with and what it is like to have one put in. What is a dental bridge? Read More 

Want Whiter Teeth? A Few Things You Should Know

If you are not happy with your smile due to the color of your teeth, you may be considering whitening them. You can choose to do it yourself with over-the-counter kits or have it done by your dentist. However, before you make a decision on which treatment to use, you should consider the following to determine which treatment to use, or if you should do it at all. Over-the-counter vs Professional Whitening Read More 

Three Ways To Get A Smile You Can Feel Confident To Show Off

There are many people who are walking around with smiles that they are not happy with because they assume that it is too late to do anything about their smile because they are older. That is not the case at all. Being able to smile or laugh with confidence is important at any age. The following guide walks you through a few things that you can do to ensure that you can smile with confidence regardless of your age. Read More 

How to Reduce the Cost of Orthodontics for Your Child

If your dentist or orthodontist believes that your young child is starting to develop a malocclusion, then you'll want to follow these tips to reduce further issues and the overall braces' cost. Look Into Interceptive Orthodontics It's common to see preteens and teens with orthodontic appliances; however, child as young as six can start treatment. The earlier you start treatment, the better it will be for your pocket. Interceptive orthodontics are an early intervention method that dentists use to help young children avoid more serious treatment later on. Read More 

Understanding Decay Under Dental Crowns

If one of your teeth has been severely damaged, then your dentist may want to place a dental crown on the tooth. This is wise to protect the tooth from further damage and decay and to reduce the chances that a full extraction is needed at a later date. Since crowns can keep teeth from deteriorating, you may think that they are safe from cavities once the crown is fully adhered. However, this is not the case. Read More