4 Tips For Reluctant Dental Patients

For optimal oral health, patients should visit their dentist's office at least twice a year. However, some people put off going to the dentist due to dental phobias. Putting off dental care can lead to cavities and tooth infections in the future. It's best to see your dentist, even if you don't want to. Here are four tips that can help patients who typically avoid the dentist: 1. Be honest about your oral care habits. Read More 

How Do You Know When An Old Dental Filling Needs Replacement?

Having your cavities filled is an important part of helping to stop the spread of tooth decay. When cavities are filled, whether it's filled with metal amalgam or a ceramic resin, the filling helps to protect the underlying tooth from becoming damaged further by bacteria. Fillings help to reduce the risk that you'll experience problems related to tooth decay in the future. However, fillings don't last forever. They slowly deteriorate over time, and they'll eventually need to be replaced. Read More 

What To Expect When Having Your Braces Adjusted

Will you be getting braces to adjust the alignment of your teeth? If so, you're likely wondering what is involved each time you have the braces adjusted. It is a regular part of the process that will require visits to your orthodontist in order to make sure that your teeth are moving into the correct position. Here is what you can expect to happen during the adjustment visits. The Rubber Bands Will Be Removed Read More