Full Mouth Reconstruction: When You’ve Lost Most (Or All) Of Your Teeth In An Accident

12 January 2023
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Some accidents affect your smile in a significant way. It could have happened during sports, due to a serious fall, or even due to a major car accident, and a number of your teeth may not have survived. When multiple teeth have been knocked out, you'll need a partial mouth reconstruction. When all your teeth have been knocked out, you'll need a full mouth reconstruction. And sometimes when a few teeth have survived, a full mouth reconstruction may yield the best results. Read More 

What Tools Does A Dental Hygienist Use To Clean Teeth?

2 December 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A yearly or bi-yearly dental cleaning can help to keep common tooth issues like tooth decay at bay. Dental cleanings are painless and non-invasive. But some patients are wary of dental cleanings because they fear the dental tools used in the process.     If you want to remove stains or tartar from your teeth, a dental cleaning can do that for you in one sitting. Here are some of the most common tools used to clean teeth by a dental hygienist. Read More 

Here’s Why Your Yellow, Sensitive Teeth Refuse To Whiten

27 October 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Have you given up trying to whiten your teeth after a few too many bad experiences? If your attempts have been unsuccessful, your teeth may be as stubbornly yellow as ever—but your teeth could now be incredibly sensitive as well. Aside from just learning to live with your yellow teeth, what's the solution to your problem? Dental Enamel Erosion There's a good chance that you're experiencing enamel erosion. Dental enamel is the strong outer coating of your teeth, and it protects the lower layer of your teeth, which is made of a substance called dentin. Read More 

Self-Ligating Braces: How They Work And Why Teens Love Them

27 September 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Teens love self-ligating braces because they are smaller and less noticeable than traditional metal braces. So, what are self-ligating braces, and how do they work? Here's what you need to know. What Are Self-Ligating Braces? Self-ligating braces are a type of bracket used in orthodontic treatment. They differ from traditional braces in that they do not require the use of elastics or rubber bands to hold the wire in place. Instead, they use a slide mechanism built into the brackets, which allows them to attach directly to the archwire. Read More 

Dental Damage? How A Dentist Can Help

23 August 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Did you crack or chip a tooth? Dental damage won't heal on its own. If you recently had an accident or mouth injury, take a look at what you need to know about crack/chip care and how a dentist can help to repair your tooth or restore your smile.  You Might Need A Root Canal An impact that cracks or seriously chips a tooth could cause interior inflammation. Even though your teeth are made from a hard protective coating, the inside is soft and tissue-filled. Read More