Three Ways To Correct The Awkwardly-Shaped Top Edges Of Your Teeth

As you go through life, your teeth start to wear down. Try as you might, you will not be able to preserve your natural teeth forever. However, as your teeth wear down, they create funny and awkward jagged edges. When these weird tops to all of your teeth make you feel self-conscious, there are three cosmetic dentistry procedures to correct these weird jags and points. Grinding and Shaping Grinding and shaping is the least expensive option. [Read More]

The Kiss Of Death: How Bad Breath Can Kill Your Love Life

If there is one thing that can send your partner running to another room when you get close to them, it's bad breath. If you want to make sure you aren't offending your partner when you get close to them then you want to follow the advice detailed here: Use some extra dental care tools Along with your toothbrush and floss, you may want to add a few more things to your dental care kit and use them on a regular basis. [Read More]

2 Tips For Changing Dentists When You Move

If you are planning on moving, or have recently moved, then it is very important that both your family's and your own health needs are met in this new location. Part of this means taking the time to find a new dentist in your new area. Sometimes finding a new family dentistry office and making the change can be a bit of a challenge, especially if you don't know much about the area or the dental professionals there. [Read More]

Ways To Stop Bone Loss With A Missing Tooth

One of the goals of modern dentistry is to mitigate the negative effects of a missing tooth. The most obvious effect of a missing tooth is aesthetic and the accompanying psychological and social disadvantages. However, a missing tooth has less obvious effect: bone loss. When a tooth is lost, the width, height, and volume of alveolar bone also decrease. As early as the first year after a tooth was lost, there is about 25% decrease in the width of the bone. [Read More]