Three Important Facts About Your Tooth Enamel

It's a word you've probably read on the back of your toothpaste tube, heard your dentist say, and perhaps even muttered to friends when discussing your dental health: enamel. How much do you really know about the outermost layer of your teeth? Read on to learn some important facts about enamel that could impact the way you practice oral hygiene and dental care. Your enamel is naturally clear. Most people assume their enamel is white, because they see white when they look at their teeth. Read More 

Beyond Oral Health: 5 Excellent Uses Of Your Dental Floss

Everyone knows the benefits of dental floss. However, most people aren't aware of just how many things dental use can be used for. Dental floss is more durable than people think, which makes it perfect for a variety of daily and household tasks. Here are five things you can use your dental floss for other than your oral hygiene: 1. Sew on Your Buttons Believe it or not, dental floss is pretty strong. Read More 

3 Common Baby Teeth Myths

If you have a child, you will want to know all you can about keeping their teeth healthy. One way to do this is by learning about some of the most common baby teeth myths. From learning about these myths, you can avoid making mistakes in caring for your child's teeth, helping them to keep their pearly whites strong. Myth #1 – It is unnecessary to take your child to the dentist until they are older. Read More 

Potential Treatment Options For Hyperdontia

Hyperdontia is a rare genetic condition that causes too many permanent teeth to grow in your mouth. These teeth can either break through the gums and crowd out the other teeth, or can remain under the surface and cause an abscess. In either case, hyperdontia can impair your chewing, speaking and/or your self esteem. Visit your dentist for a consultation and you will discover that there are a few different ways to correct your hyperdontia. Read More 

Deciding Between Traditional Braces And The Invisalign System

Having a great smile is often the key to higher self esteem, and will promote confidence in both teens and adults. A straight smile will get you to smile more often, and you will appear happier to those around you. If you know that you have teeth that need straightening, two major choices are options: the invisalign system and traditional braces. How Invisalign is Different than Traditional Braces While traditional braces use a bracket on each tooth and a series of wires, the Invisalign system uses form fitted, see through trays that are removable. Read More