Three Things to Know About Dental Implants

If you have a missing tooth or if you have a tooth that needs to be pulled then your dentist may recommend dental implants. If you are new to dental implants and are unfamiliar with what they are exactly, then this article is for you. To help you feel a little bit more informed about this oral procedure, this article will take a closer look at three specific things to know about dental implants. [Read More]

Dental Emergencies: Do You Know What To Do For Your Child?

You're sitting there watching as your child plays his favorite sport. One second, he's doing great, having an awesome time, but the next, blood is gushing from his mouth. He's been hit with a ball, foot, knee, or who knows what, and your child is suffering a dental emergency. Do you know what to do? Ice Now! Get the ice pack on your child's face as quickly as possible. The faster the ice is applied, the better control you'll have over the swelling. [Read More]

Making A Dent In Dental Anxiety

A trip to the dentist's office can be a frightening event for many people. Dental phobia is the most common fear among adults today, with one in five people making dental visits only when absolutely necessary. Between 5% and 8% of the population are so anxious about dental procedures that they avoid visiting the dentist altogether. Avoiding the dentist because of a phobia could take a toll on your oral health. [Read More]

A Painful Cavity & Dental Abscess

A toothache is sometimes one of the most difficult types of pain to deal with, as it can interrupt all of your daily activities and cause you to lose sleep. When a tooth causes such severe pain, it usually means that there is a problem that is in need of prompt attention from a dentist. The reason why is that you might have a tooth that is in pain due to a deep cavity and abscess on your gums. [Read More]