Month: August 2016

How A Root Canal Can Restore An At-Risk Tooth

What will it take to treat pain in a tooth that refuses to just go away? You should know that a persistent toothache could indicate endodontic problems, or problems within your tooth. The interior of your tooth contains the tooth’s supportive living tissue. If a problem develops with this material, it should be addressed by… Read more »

Why Some People Use Porcelain Veneers To Secure Whiter Teeth

The most obvious solution to the problem of dull, discolored teeth is a professional teeth whitening treatment. However, the obvious approach may not be the best approach, at least not for everyone. Some people will not see the results they want because their problems are due to intrinsic discoloration. For these patients, your dentist might… Read more »

Smart Brushing And Flossing Habits Help You Fight Cavities

When it comes to your oral health, consistent good habits matter. If you slack off on cleaning your teeth, or do a poor job completely cleaning them, you could create an opening for a cavity to develop. If you want to prevent dental problems, keep up with good brushing and flossing habits. By brushing regularly,… Read more »

Restoring Your Smile Through Dentures

What causes people to lose their teeth? Tooth loss, especially advanced or total tooth loss, can seriously compromise your appearance, and your ability to eat and speak. While you can lose a tooth because of an injury, or because of untreated tooth decay, the most common reason people lose teeth is because of issues that… Read more »

The Link Between Teeth Grinding And Chronic Headaches

How often do you experience headaches? Are you growing accustomed to waking up with soreness in your face and jaw? These conditions may have more in common than you realize. Bruxism, a condition where a person routinely clenches their jaw, can dole out serious harm to your oral health. The pressure your upper and lower… Read more »