What is Dental Sealant?
Published: November 11, 2019
Your dentist may have mentioned to you putting dental sealants on your teeth. Without an explanation, it may be unclear what is going on. To break down what a dental sealant is, it is a coating, usually placed on the surface of the tooth where chewing takes place. This coating is typically made of a […]Read More
The Breakdown: Crowns or Veneers
Published: November 4, 2019
Damaged teeth are an issue that most people do not realize is as big is it really is. When your teeth are damaged, cracked, decayed in any way, you are more susceptible to infections, speech impairments, and eating troubles. There are many options that dentists provide that allow for better oral hygiene and optimal cosmetics. […]Read More
Top 3 Options for Treating Gum Disease
Published: October 10, 2019
Whenever disregarded or overlooked, gum disease can turn into an intense dental condition, and can eventually lead to other major medical issues. Luckily, when treated appropriately, you can reestablish your dental wellbeing. Seeing a highly qualified dental professional like Dr. Donna Miller can offer you different types of corrective treatments. There are three essential alternatives […]Read More
What Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Published: October 7, 2019
When you need dental treatment, it’s very simple to only look at the surface level issues. Commonly, there are a few issues that should be examined to that deal with parts of the mouth that you can’t normally see. These can sometimes be both cosmetically and medically important to have a solid and beautiful smile. […]Read More
The Benefits of Dental Crowns and Bridges
Published: September 16, 2019
What Are Crowns and Bridges? While the procedure of installing crowns and bridges remains the same the design of crowns and bridges is vastly different. Specifically, unlike in the past metal crowns and bridges are not as common. In fact, thanks to advancements in technology computer designed porcelain crowns which look more realistic are being […]Read More
A New Way to Fight Gum Disease
Published: September 6, 2019
Do you suffer from bad breath, swollen red gums, pain caused by chewing, or even loose or missing teeth? If you answered yes to any of these symptoms, then you might be suffering from periodontal disease also known as gum disease. This can lead to serious oral compilations later on in your life if you […]Read More
Gum Disease: Who is at Risk?
Published: August 30, 2019
Gum disease is not discriminatory – it can affect any one at any age. While it is true that gum disease is more prevalent in people over the age of 30, anyone is susceptible. Without treatment, gum disease can turn into periodontitis. Periodontitis is a greater infection of the gums, and the tissues that surround […]Read More
Dental Bridges: Affordable and Painless
Published: August 30, 2019
Dental bridges are a cost-effective method is great for improving crooked bites, improving speech, and giving you a smile, you will be proud to show off. Painless and efficient, dental bridges are great for improving your dental health. What are dental bridges? Depending on the type of bridge you get, dental bridges are removable […]Read More
Will I Need General Anesthesia for My Dental Implants?
Published: July 22, 2019
It doesn’t take much of an imagination to dream up the worst when considering the incisions and drilling needed to place titanium dental implant posts in the jawbone in place of natural teeth once rooted there. You’ll certainly need anesthesia, but will you need general anesthesia to completely numb the pain and put you to […]Read More
Dental Implants and Dentures – Better Together
Published: June 19, 2019
Dentures are far from a new concept. But with the maturation of dental implant technology, there are so many reasons to rethink dentures and artificial teeth in general. Dental implants can be used to replace a tooth, several teeth or an entire row, or “arch,” of teeth by anchoring dentures to the jawbone just like […]Read More