Month: June 2020

3 Advantages to Supporting Restorations on Implants

Dental implants are popular as a way to replace lost teeth, but they aren’t the only prosthetic solution available. Many people have enjoyed the benefits of conventional bridge or dentures for years, seemingly without needing root-like posts to support them. However, the reason dental implants have become so popular is largely because of the importance… Read more »

Why Is Tooth Extraction Still Necessary?

When your tooth is compromised and needs treatment, the right treatment can be customized to meet your specific oral health needs and preferences. That customization also helps you restore and preserve a tooth that’s been severely compromised by things like damage or progressive tooth decay. Because of this, many people are able to preserve teeth… Read more »

Is There a Best Way to Treat a Cracked Tooth?

When your healthy, natural tooth’s structure cracks or becomes damaged, the only way to prevent the damage from getting worse is to actively treat it. Even if the crack in your tooth’s surface seems minor, treating it as soon as possible could be necessary for preventing more serious complications with the tooth structure and your… Read more »

How to Know if You Grind Your Teeth at Night

Bruxism, or chronic teeth-grinding, can affect many people for many different reasons, and sometimes, it can affect people at different times of the day. For example, many people who constantly grind their teeth do so at night while they’re sleeping, and are therefore unable to catch it or stop themselves from doing it. Known as… Read more »

Things that Could Raise Your Risks of Tooth Loss

Losing one or more teeth can have significant, long-term impacts on your oral health, which is why preventing it is typically the better option for your smile. However, not everyone realizes how preventable tooth loss can be, or what may be contributing to their specific risks of experiencing it. Today, we examine a few of… Read more »