The Primary Function and Location in Your Smile Determines Crown Material

A crown replaces the enamel layer of a tooth that has been damaged, fractured or suffered a severe amount of decay. The tooth’s primary function and its prevalence in your smile will influence the material your dentist will recommend that the crown be made from. Crowns on molars and premolars in the back of your… Read more »

Symptoms Of An Abscess

If the pulp tissues inside of your tooth have become infected, then a pus pocket called an abscess may develop at the tooth root tip. This can be a dangerous condition, but you may not realize that you have it. Keep an eye out for the following symptoms: Severe Toothache: This is one of the… Read more »

4 Tips on How to Keep Your Natural Teeth as You Age

Instead of losing your natural teeth as you get older, why don’t you try keeping them? Many people think it’s inevitable to lose your teeth as you age, but that is simply not the case. There are four things you can do to properly care for your smile so you can keep your natural teeth… Read more »

Dental Implants: Cleaning and Caring Tips

After you’ve restored your smile with a dental implant, it’s important to fully and completely recover. It’s also important to take good care of your dental implant so it will last for a long amount of time. If you need help knowing how to care for your new restoration, we are happy to help you… Read more »