7 Ways To Ensure That Your Composite Veneers Stay In Good Condition

Composite veneers are not quite as strong as porcelain veneers, but if you care for them, they can last many years. If you are about to get composite veneers, or already have them, the following tips will help you to keep them looking good. 1. Cut Down on Staining Foods Composite bonding will stain if you eat staining foods like curry and pizza every day. Therefore, it's a good idea to tweak your menu so that you don't expose your composite veneers to staining molecules too often. Read More 

Are You Flossing Correctly? Know How To Do It The Right Way

Flossing is just as important as brushing your teeth since it is cleaning the parts of your teeth that you cannot get with a brush. In addition, flossing freshens your breath, prevents cavities, and prevents gum disease from forming. However, flossing alone is not enough, since you need to do it properly. Here are some tips to do it the right way. Use An Up And Down Motion The first mistake that people make when flossing their teen is to use a back and forth see-saw motion. Read More 

Sugar Sensitivity With Teeth: Why It Happens And How To Treat It

A lot of people suffer from sharp twinges of pain when drinking ice-cold water or eating ice cream, but do you feel a twinge of pain when eating really sugary foods? If you do, you might have a sugar sensitivity issue. This type of sensitivity often reveals a problem with your teeth that needs to be addressed, and here are a couple important things to know. The main causes of sugar sensitivity Read More 

A Guide To Children’s Tooth Pain

How to Know If Your Child Has a Toothache Most older children can simply tell you when they experience tooth pain, but if your child is young or nonverbal, there are other signs to look for. Your child may drool more than usual or refuse food if their mouth hurts. Some children are also resistant to brushing their teeth if the friction causes sensitivity or pain.  Causes of Toothaches in Children Read More 

Why Your Dentist May Use A Dental Crown In Your Mouth

Your dentist has a number of methods they use in order to restore damaged teeth and protect your existing teeth. Dental crowns are made up of synthetic material and are placed over an existing tooth for protection. You can also use dental crowns as part of a dental implant, replacing a missing tooth completely using a titanium rod and crown. Your dentist may suggest a crown when you have a tooth that has significant decay or you have a tooth that has a crack and your dentist doesn't want that tooth to be damaged any further. Read More