Risk Factors For Peri-Implant Diseases

Peri-implant diseases occur when microbes attack the tissues around the implant. The diseases trigger tissue inflammations, slow down the healing process, and increase the risk of implant failure. Below are some risk factors for peri-implant diseases. Poor Oral Hygiene Poor oral hygiene is a huge risk for peri-implant disease. If you don't keep your mouth clean, the organic debris in your mouth (food remains) feed bacteria that grow and multiply. The bacteria can migrate to the implant site and interfere with the healing process. Read More 

Correcting A Smile With Braces And Veneers

Are you ready to do something about your smile that is not as perfect as it could be? If so, you have some options to fix it. Two common procedures used to fix your teeth are braces and dental veneers. Here is what you need to know about both of these procedures so you can decide which one is best. Using Braces The reason you would want to use braces is if you need to adjust where each tooth is positioned in your mouth. Read More 

Five Common Myths About Dental Implants

Missing teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance and make it more difficult to chew your food. Fortunately, you have the option of getting dental implants. They are surgically placed into your jawbone and can make you confident about your smile again. Although dental implants have been around for a while, several myths about them still exist. Here are some common misconceptions about dental implants to stop believing. Read More 

How To Get The Best Smile For Your Wedding

For many people, the wedding is one of the greatest days in their lives. It is no wonder that many people want to look as perfect as possible on their wedding day. For example, if you have imperfect teeth, you may want to improve them for your wedding. Here are a few useful tips that can help you get your smile right for your big day. Start Early Start your quest for treatment as early as possible. Read More 

Something Stuck Between Your Teeth? Here’s What You Can Do

The spaces between your teeth can sometimes be tight and difficult to floss. When something sticks between your teeth, such as a piece of meat, flossing can be even more taxing on you. You want to remove the pieces of food before they affect your teeth and gums. Remove the stubborn pieces of food from between your teeth with the methods below. Flush Out the Food Although not all foods contains acid, many do. Read More