2 Tips To Help Your Teen Recover From Corrective Jaw Surgery For An Open Bite

29 December 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dealing with an open bite for several years can play on your teen's self-esteem and confidence. If braces and other dental appliances are unable to correct the problem, then your teen may have to undergo corrective jaw surgery. The surgery only takes a few hours to complete and involves a high success rate. The important part of the procedure is the recovery process. As a teenager, it can be difficult finding ways to smooth the recovery process. Read More 

Have A Toddler? Two Reasons Why You Should Start Taking Them To The Dentist

9 December 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a toddler you may not think it's too important for you to take them to the dentist.  You may reason that since they don't have their permanent teeth yet, it's not necessary for them to go to the dentist.  However, even though your child still has their baby teeth, there are a number of reasons why they should be going to the dentist.  Use this information to learn more about why now is the time to start taking your toddler to the dentist. Read More 

Crucial Steps You Can Take To Minimize The Possibility Of Dental Implant Failure

22 November 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have decided to get one or more dental implants to replace your missing teeth, it is easy to imagine your future with a perfect smile, restored teeth, and the ability to eat anything you want without fear of your teeth moving or otherwise being embarrassed. However, it is important to note that although it is low, dental implants do have a failure rate. Therefore, it is a good idea to be aware of the following information so that you can take the necessary steps to maximize the probability of successful integration of your new teeth. Read More 

2 Natural Remedies to Help You Fight Tooth Loss and Decay

2 November 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Bad breath that accompanies not brushing your teeth daily is a sign of something more serious in your mouth's health. Bad oral health can cause tooth and bone loss and periodontal disease as bacteria and plaque form in your mouth and on your teeth. Before you lose your teeth and are in need of dental implants to correct your tooth loss, here are two natural remedies to help fight tooth decay and tooth loss. Read More 

A Guide To Dental Implant Failure

28 September 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Implants are one of the more popular ways to replace missing teeth because the results look and behave just like your natural teeth. Although implant surgery is common, failures can happen. Understanding what failure is, when it can happen, and how to avoid it can help you avoid this troublesome event. How do implants fail? Implant failure occurs when the metal implant post, which is inserted into the jaw bone, fails to integrate fully with the bone. Read More