Need To Schedule A Dental Visit In A Hurry? 3 Ways To Make The Right Choice
28 August 2019
Scheduling a visit to see the dentist may not be something that you can plan well in advance due to having dental pain or traveling soon and needing to make sure that you get dental work done before leaving. Whatever your reason for needing to get dental work done quickly, it's important for you to take your time to see exactly what you can do to make sure that you choose the right dentist and have a good experience without paying out-of-pocket.
What To Do If Your Child Loses A Baby Tooth Too Quickly?
28 June 2019
Most baby teeth fall out between the ages of 6 to 12, and they generally fall out when the permanent teeth start pushing them out. There are times, though, when a child will lose a baby tooth too quickly, which means a baby tooth will come out before it actually should have. As a parent, there are several things you should know about this.
How it happens
With most kids, the baby teeth they have will not fall out until there are permanent teeth under them pushing them out of place.
Understanding A Few Different Orthodontic Retainer Options
28 June 2019
If you are just finishing up the tooth straightening process with your orthodontist, then you will probably be fitted with a retainer. There is a variety of retainers that your orthodontist may choose from. Keep reading to learn about two of the choices available and their benefits.
The wire retainers or the Hawley variety are the most familiar retainers that you will see. These devices feature a wire attached to an acrylic base.
Three Ways To Prevent Teeth Staining While You Have Braces
2 June 2019
If you're interested in braces, chances are you want to have a set of shining, perfectly-straight teeth shining in the mirror when they come off. This is entirely possible, but taking care of your teeth when you're wearing braces can require a little extra work. Here's three easy ways to tend to your teeth while wearing braces to ensure that you don't have stains or white marks on your teeth when they come off.