Two Home Remedies To Try The Next Time You Have A Toothache

6 May 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Getting a toothache is one of those things that can put a swift halt to any plans you may have had for the day. The pain might be radiating throughout your mouth to such an extent that you find it hard to get the motivation to go to work. You need to have some weapons in your arsenal that you can fall back on when you need relief from a toothache. Read More 

Options To Replace A Single Tooth

4 April 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Sometimes, only a single tooth is missing. If a tooth cannot be salvaged by restorative applications, such as root canal therapy, an extraction may be the only option. In addition, a tooth that has been knocked out may not reassimilate into the mouth. If you would like to replace a tooth that you have lost due to gum disease, decay, or dental trauma, your dentist may offer you several different options. Read More 

How Can You Keep A Cavity From Getting Worse?

8 March 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You are brushing your teeth one day and catch the flicker of a dark spot on one of your teeth. Upon further inspection, you determine it is indeed a cavity. Cavities are spots of decay that are caused by bacterial accumulation in certain areas of your teeth that eats away at the tooth enamel. Cavities aren't always painful, and sometimes they can go for months unnoticed. When you spot a cavity, the first thing you need to do is get to the dentist, but what happens if you can't get to the dentist right away? Read More 

What To Know About Root Canals And Children

11 February 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The mention of a root canal puts fear into many people's minds. However, with the advancing dental technology, root canals aren't actually that scary anymore. This is why if you hear your dentist mention that your child needs a root canal, it's not much to particularly worry about. Keep in mind, though that this is only needed if your child has experienced seriously deep decay. This only happens with extremely poor dental care including lack of routine visits to the dentist. Read More 

Emergency Dental Clinics: Are They Worth It?

15 January 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Here is a new twist on the old dental practice; emergency dental clinics. These clinics are only open for business on demand. Dentists who are able to operate these clinics in this manner are often privately wealthy, or the fees they charge for emergency services help keep the lights on, so to speak. The big question here is, are these clinics really worth it? Read the following and then you decide. Read More