Dental crowns are an incredibly versatile restorative treatment that can transform your smile and restore your oral health. If you currently have a crown or need one, it’s essential to understand the ins and outs of crowns so that you can continue to properly care for your smile. Read our blog post to learn more about dental crowns!
If you are experiencing tooth pain, you may be dreading the idea of maybe needing a root canal. Fear not! A root canal is not as bad as you may have heard. Check out our blog post where we look at three common myths regarding root canal therapy.
Artificial teeth offer many perks if you need tooth replacement. However, whether you lost your natural teeth to disease or injury, you still must pay attention to your oral hygiene routine when you have artificial teeth, including dentures. Read our blog post to find out how often you should clean and replace dentures.
When your gums recede, your teeth look longer. The sensitive tooth roots underneath get exposed, too. Gum recession can happen slowly, but once you’re diagnosed, can cosmetic dentistry fix receding gums? Read our blog post for answers.
Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body, but the need for restorative dental work can still be necessary. Whether it’s from neglecting proper oral care or an accident, restorative dentistry can solve your dental problem! Read our blog post to learn about our restorative options.
There’s one question we always hear from patients—and even if it’s not said out loud, we know it’s what they’re wondering: “Are root canals painful?” Read our blog post where we separate fact from fiction once and for all. Getting a root canal should NOT be painful!
You may know that you want to restore your smile, but after that, you may not know the best way to go about doing so. Read our blog post where we compare dental implants and dentures as the best option for restoring your smile.
If you have missing teeth, dental crowns may be used to fill the gaps in your smile. Crowns can last for decades and permanently stay in place (unlike dentures). But what type of material are crowns typically made from? Check out our blog post for details!