Crooked Teeth From Biting Your Nails? Here’s Why Invisible Braces Are Best

Plenty of people bite their nails as a nervous habit. Unfortunately, this habit can have long-lasting effects, including making your teeth completely crooked. If you're still struggling with this habit and are disappointed by the appearance of your smile, the good news is there's something you can do about both. Here's why you should consider invisible braces for your situation. Standard Braces To be fair, standard metal braces are a good choice. Read More 

3 Tips To Make Your Child More Comfortable At The Dentist

It's common for adults and children alike to experience anxiety about going to the dentist. They may have fears that the procedure will hurt, or they might be wary of the unexpected. Keep reading to learn a few tips that can make going to the dentist a comfortable experience for your child. Childhood is the perfect time to instill good dental habits and encourage positive emotions towards dental visits. 1. Schedule Your Appointment for a Time When You Won't Be Rushed Read More 

How Do Dentists Offer One-Visit Crowns?

If you have ever gone through a root canal procedure, there is a good chance you have also gone through a dental crown procedure. Dental crowns are almost always used in conjunction with root canals, and they typically require multiple visits to complete them. There are dentists today, though, who offer one-visit crowns, and here are a few things to understand about how this is possible today. Dentists Make the Crowns in Their Offices Read More 

What Happens If You Don’t Floss?

You know that your dentist wants you to floss, but it's so annoying to drag that string between all your teeth, right? Maybe sometimes you don't floss, and then before you know it, you haven't flossed for weeks. While this is common, you don't want to go weeks without flossing if you can help it. Despite controversy over whether or not flossing is really necessary, for most people it is definitely helpful because flossing helps clean your teeth even more. Read More 

Two Ways Dental Issues Can Causing Hearing Problems

Hearing loss can be caused by a number of things, but one surprising source of hearing problems are oral health issues. Here are two ways dental issues can destroy your ears' most important function and what you can do to prevent these problems. Periodontal Disease Can Damage Ears Chronic periodontal disease does more than damage teeth and gums—often resulting in tooth loss—it can also lead to hearing loss if it's not treated properly. Read More