Getting a Dental Implant? Get Familiar with the Terminology

Have you decided that you are interested in an all-on-4 dental implant, and getting ready to visit a dentist for a consultation? If so, there are going to be a lot of terms that you are unfamiliar with. It is best to know the following terminology so that it does not feel like your dentist is speaking a foreign language to you. Titanium Post Getting a dental implant will require placing a post into your jawbone, which is made out of titanium. Read More 

Keeping Your Child’s Teeth And Gums Healthy

Many well-meaning parents may make the mistake of failing to effectively protect their child's teeth against common dental problems and damages. If you are worried about making these mistakes, they can be fairly easy to avoid if you are informed about the steps that you should be taking. Keep Your Baby's Gums Clean Before your child's teeth develop, you might assume that they will not have any dental care that will be needed. Read More 

Dental Stains Resistant To Bleaching

While bleaching and laser treatments are often very effective in the treatment of dental stains, there are some types of staining that may be resistant to this type of treatment. If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, make an appointment with your dentist. He or she will recommend the most effective treatment option for your type of stains. Here are some types of dental staining that may be resistant to bleaching treatments and what you can do about them: Read More 

Three Key Attributes Of A Children’s Toothbrush

As soon as your child begins to get teeth, you should be thinking about getting him or her a toothbrush. While you'll be taking care of the brushing duties for the first while, it's important to teach your child how to properly brush and empower him or her to do so once the child is old enough. Buying the right toothbrush can be integral in this process. Your child's pediatric dentist can give you some things to watch for when you shop for a children's toothbrush, and may even give your child a new brush at the end of each appointment. Read More 

The Benefits Of Invisalign Buttons

Invisalign is a tooth straightening method that involves the use of clear plastic trays. As you wear the trays, the trays force your teeth to shift. Eventually, through a series of different trays, your teeth will shift into a perfect position so you have a straight smile. However, the trays alone are not always enough to cause the teeth to shift. In some cases, Invisalign buttons may need to be used in conjunction with the trays to get the teeth to shift. Read More