Refused Dental Care: Untreated Disorders And Health Problems As The Cause

Most people expect to walk into a dentist's office and receive dental care. They do not expect to be turned away or refused care or restorative dental procedures based on health reasons. It is becoming more common to refuse general dental and restorative dental care based upon undiagnosed and untreated disorders and health problems. The dentist does have to tell you why he or she has refused care. Here are some of those disorders and health problems that will get you sent home without sitting in the dental exam chair. Read More 

Understanding Dental Implant Peri-Implantitis

If you decide to have a dental implant placed to replace a missing tooth, then you will need to pay close attention to the device. This is especially true when the implant is first inserted. However, you need to inspect the implant closely even once the device fully heals. You specifically want to look out for an infected implant. Keep learning to find out about the signs of an infection and to understand what your dentist will do about the problem. Read More 

Got A Job Interview? Time For Veneers

When it comes to getting a new job, getting your foot in the door is half the battle. How you present yourself during your interview is an extremely important step, and everything counts. It might surprise you to learn that the condition of your teeth could have a big impact on how good of an impression you make on a potential employer. Read on to learn more about this and what you can do to quickly improve your smile. Read More 

4 Ways To Deal With Minor Dental Emergencies

If you encounter a minor dental emergency, you may not need to head to the dentist, you may be able to take care of your dental issues on your own. Here are four different minor dental emergencies that you may encounter and how you can deal with them on your own. #1 Crack Tooth If you crack your tooth, but don't knock out your tooth, the first thing you are going to want to do is clean the area. Read More 

How To Prevent Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive teeth are caused by a loss of enamel on your teeth, meaning that the nerves in your teeth are more susceptible to painful exposure to hot and cold temperatures. Because enamel does not grow back, there are a number of things that you should do to avoid increasing the sensitiveness of your teeth so that you can continue eating and drinking normally for as long as possible. Proper Brushing Read More