Cleaning Vs. Whitening Vs. Polishing: Understanding These Three Procedures And What Makes Them Different

29 December 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A general dentist offers a number of services that help you clean and/or whiten your teeth. What you need to know and understand is that three of these services are very different from each other and they produce different results. When you see your dentist next time, you will be able to request one of the following services based on what the service does and what you expect your chosen service to do: Read More 

Have A Crack On Your Tooth? How A Dentist Can Use A Dental Crown To Repair Your Tooth

21 November 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a crack on one of your teeth you need to see a dentist immediately to get the crack repaired. If you do not, the problem will become much worse very quickly and result in you spending more money to have the crack fixed. When you see your dentist, there are different ways they can repair your tooth, one of which is using a dental crown. Below is information on how this process will work so you will know what to expect. Read More 

Don’t Make These Toothbrushing Mistakes

6 November 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Let's say you are 30 years old. You've been brushing your teeth for 30 years, but is there a chance you could have been doing it wrong this entire time? Unfortunately, incorrect brushing is more common than you might think. Could you be making some brushing mistakes? These are the most common mistakes people make when they brush. Using the Wrong Toothbrush Not all toothbrushes are made with the same quality in mind. Read More 

This Is Why You Keep Getting Food Stuck Beneath Your Gums

30 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Getting food stuck between your teeth is a common enough problem to have, but your gums? That's a little rarer. Unfortunately, if you're having this problem, it's probably not a good sign. Here's what it likely means and some ideas for what you can do about it. What The Gums Should be Doing Gums aren't meant to let anything get beneath them. They ordinarily form a tight seal around the top of a tooth. Read More 

Tips & Tactics to Help Encourage Your Autistic Child to Visit the Dentist

3 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

As a parent, it is only normal to want what is best for your child, including forming healthy habits. Forming a dental hygiene regimen is an important part of overall health and something that all children nee, as is visiting the dentist. However, if you have an autistic child, you may find that visiting a doctor, let alone a dentist, is often a difficult task. Fortunately, there are ways to encourage your young child that a trip to the dentist is both beneficial and fun. Read More