3 People Who Can Benefit From Sedation Dentistry

Going to the dentist is sometimes seen as something that is scary. This is true for both children and adults. Thankfully, there are certain things that dentist do to try and make all of their patients feel as calm and relaxed as possible as they are working on your teeth. One way that dentists ensure that you feel relaxed is to give you a sedative. This sedative doesn't put you to sleep, but it makes it so that you are calm and either don't care, or aren't aware of what is going on. Read More 

Dental Implants: Important Things To Know Before Getting One

A dental implant is one of the most popular dental options available today for replacing a missing tooth, and there are several good reasons for this. If you decide you are tired of living with a tooth missing in your mouth, you can visit a dentist to learn more about the dental implant procedure. While you are there, you will learn about the prep work needed to complete the process, as well as the benefits dental implants offer and the length of time it takes to get one. Read More 

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Upcoming Cosmetic Dental Work

Presenting a positive face to the world has many benefits. However, those with stained, uneven, chipped, or even missing teeth fail to put their best face forward, and they're often so self-conscious about their appearance that they don't smile at all. This can lead others to believe that they are simply bad-natured, unfriendly, or unhappy. Fortunately, a there is a branch of dentistry dedicated to helping people obtain smiles that they're glad to show off. Read More 

Teeth Grinding: What You Need To Know

It's normal for someone to clench their jaw tightly once in a while when they are angry or stressed and it's also normal for someone to occasionally grind their teeth. Doing these things on occasion won't lead to long term problems. However, if you are grinding your teeth regularly, a condition referred to as bruxism, then you can develop problems ranging from damaged teeth to headaches and other aches and pains. Read More 

Understanding Why Your Tooth May Be Sensitive After A Filling Treatment

If you have recently discovered a large cavity in one of your teeth and have worked with your dentist to have the cavity removed and filled, then you may be surprised to notice that your tooth is extremely sensitive after the treatment. This is common. If you want to know why this happens, then keep reading. Uneven Bite If you are feeling pain after a filling has been placed in one of your teeth, then there is a good chance that the filling is too high or too large. Read More