Dental Emergencies 101: 3 Situations That Warrant Emergency Care

When your mouth begins to hurt, you probably dial your dentist and make an appointment. While minor pain should be addressed by a dentist, it's usually not an emergency – in fact, it may just go away within a day or two. However, severe pain or other issues may require immediate attention. This can make it difficult to determine when emergency care is required. So when should you seek emergency dentistry? Read More 

How To Care For Ceramic Implant Crowns

When you need to replace a lost tooth, you have several options available. An implant crown is the most durable, natural-looking solutions as it is screwed into your jawbone via a titanium post, which replicates a tooth root. Getting an implant crown may be your best option if your natural tooth roots are damaged due to decay.  After the metal post, which is typically either cylindrical or tapered in shape, is screwed into your jaw, an abutment is placed on top. Read More 

Three Dental Implant Mistakes To Avoid

Dental implants can make your smile look beautiful, and the best part is they look and feel just like your natural teeth. The first few weeks following your implant procedure are the most important when it comes to ensuring they fully integrate with your jaw bone with no problems. The following are some mistakes to avoid during this period: #1: Cleaning or examining the area It can be difficult to ignore a wound or something new in the mouth, and implants are no exception. Read More 

Factors That Can Affect The Success Rate Of Dental Implants

Making the decision to get a dental implant is a great plan to have if you are missing a tooth, but have you ever wondered how successful dental implants are? After all, they are expensive options for replacing teeth. The good news is that dental implants have an extremely high success rate, which means the money you spend for one will be well worth it. What is the success rate of implants? Read More 

Understanding Some Drawbacks Of Root Canal Treatment

If you have an infected or abscessed tooth, then it may be time to have a root canal procedure. Root canals are considered tooth-saving treatments. This means that the tooth will not need to be pulled. While this is a great benefit to you and your overall oral health, you should know that there are some drawbacks to root canals. Keep reading to learn what they are so you are well informed before the root canal is performed. Read More