The Top 3 Benefits Of Using Dental Implants To Support Your Dentures

Whether you wear full or partial dentures, there are benefits that come with using dental implants to support these dentures. In the article below you will learn more about three of these benefits. To learn more about these benefits or determine whether you are a good candidate for dental implants, be sure to talk to your dentist as soon as possible. Benefit #1: Avoid The Bone Loss Associated With Denture Use Read More 

Advantages Of Choosing To Replace A Tooth With A Dental Implant

There are many potential ways that a person could lose one or more of their teeth. Whether this is due to injuries or disease, the loss of a tooth can be a very troubling experience for a person to go through. After experiencing this loss, a person may look at various tooth replacement options, and while there may be a few different solutions to this problem, dental implants can be among the most popular due to the advantages that they can provide. Read More 

Can You Disguise Dental Plaque And Tartar With Teeth Whitening?

You might be aware of the fact that the brown discoloration at the base of your teeth (where they meet your gums) is likely to be plaque and tartar ( which is hardened plaque). But being aware and being concerned are two different things. Can't you just disguise the discoloration by whitening your teeth?  Antiseptic Properties of Bleach It might seem like this course of action has some logic. After all, plaque and tartar have their origins in the oral bacteria that inhabit your mouth. Read More 

Useful Dental Care Tips For Smokers

If you're a smoker, you have to do even more from a dental care standpoint to keep your teeth and gums healthy. If you plan on continuing this habit, here are some specific things you can do to maintain the right level of dental care each year.  Use a Special Toothpaste Toothpaste is one of the best things you can use to keep your gums healthy and teeth white even as a smoker. Read More 

What Can Dentists Do About A Gray Tooth?

Do you have a tooth that has turned gray? This is common in teeth that have died, either because you once had a root canal in the tooth or because it was injured at some point. If the tooth is towards the back of your mouth, then it may not bother you. But if it is a tooth that is visible when you smile, then you might want to have it taken care of. Read More