What To Know About Your Child’s Open Bite

Has your child's dentist discovered an open bite at a recent checkup? This is where they close their jaw and some of their teeth do not touch. If so, you'll definitely want to know more about this dental condition and what can be done about it. What Is Considered An Open Bite? Many people think that an open bite is only when you close your jaw and your teeth do not touch in the front. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Teeth Restoration

Are you missing out on the smile you deserve? You don't have to. In fact, teeth restoration can help you get your pearly whites back in action. With the right approach, you can restore your teeth and regain your self-confidence. To make sure you're getting the most out of this process, here's what you need to know about teeth restoration. What Is Teeth Restoration? Teeth restoration is a form of dentistry that helps to repair or restore teeth damaged due to decay, disease, trauma, or excessive wear and tear. Read More 

Surefire Signs You Need Gum Disease Treatment

Although gum disease is a prevalent oral health care issue, it's surprisingly sneaky. You can easily overlook the problem until it worsens. Besides, most people primarily focus on their tooth health rather than the gum. Since the infection is painless, the issue goes unnoticed. The only way to determine if this secret agent has infiltrated your mouth is to know the top signs to look out for. This way, you will seek gum disease treatment on time before the infection causes severe consequences like tooth loss. Read More 

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Holiday Mouth Health: Foods To Avoid, Pediatric Dentist Office Visits, And More

What do parents need to know about the holidays and their children's dental health? From the foods to eat (and what to avoid) to visiting the pediatric dentist for a check-up, take a look at the do's and don'ts of oral care during the holiday season.  Do Avoid Sticky and Slow-To-Dissolve Sugary Foods According to the American Dental Association (ADA), sticky and slow-to-dissolve foods can affect the progression of dental decay (cavity formation). Read More 

Why Choose Sedated Wisdom Teeth Extraction?

Most people will have one or more of their wisdom teeth removed, so it's not a big issue if you also have to have yours taken out. However, just because wisdom teeth removal is a routine dental procedure doesn't mean you must have an uncomfortable experience. Sedated wisdom teeth extraction is a special type of dental extraction that includes the use of sedative equipment. The sedation can be full sedation where a patient is put under, or partial sedation where the patient is simply relaxed. Read More