When Healthy Teeth Should Be Removed To Improve Your Child’s Dental Health

17 December 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

It seems like a contradiction to work towards having healthy teeth by removing healthy teeth. But this is precisely the objective of serial extraction, which is a form of preventative dental care for children. The term itself might sound vaguely sinister, but it's a form of early intervention to prevent more serious dental issues. But how can the sacrifice of perfectly healthy teeth improve your child's dental health? Dental Overcrowding Read More 

Why You May Want To Consider All-On-4 Implants Over Dentures

4 November 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

For years, when people lost all of their upper or lower teeth, they had those teeth replaced with dentures. Dentures are a removable dental device that are typically taken out at night, and that can be secured with a gentle cement, if needed. Some patients do still replace their missing teeth with dentures. However, there's a more advanced option available that people are increasingly taking advantage of. It's called all-on-four implants. Read More 

Dentures Vs. Dental Implants

7 October 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The condition of a person's teeth is often the first thing other people notice about them. Unfortunately, as people age, their natural teeth can deteriorate over time. Many people eventually need to have their natural teeth extracted to have them replaced with artificial teeth. Dentures and dental implants are two choices available for replacing natural teeth with artificial teeth. These are some ways that dentures and dental implants differ. Removal Read More 

Why You Should Schedule An Appointment With Your Dentist To Talk About Your Bad Breath

5 October 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you suffer from bad breath, you might find the problem to be pretty annoying. However, it might not seem like a serious problem that you should see and talk to your dentist about. Even though you might not think it's worth it to schedule an appointment with your dentist to talk about your bad breath, it might actually be a good thing for you to do for these reasons and more. Read More 

How Holistic Dentistry Differs From Traditional Dental Services

29 September 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Holistic dentistry differs from traditional dentistry in that it involves whole systems. In traditional dentistry, the symptom, such as a toothache, is treated by filling in a cavity or removing the tooth. With holistic dentistry, the whole system is addressed. Not only is the tooth filled if necessary, the lifestyle, nutrition, or hormone factors that lead to the cavity will also be considered. The following can help you better understand the processes of holistic dentistry. Read More