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November 24, 2020

How Should Children Care For Their Baby Teeth?

Newborns are born without teeth, but these will start to slowly come out as the baby begins to grow up and develop. They are generally known as baby teeth. Usually, they start showing at the ages of 4 and 12 months. Most babies tend to grow their two front teeth in the bottom section of their mouths. Right around the mark of six months, the child’s teeth have fully appeared or, at the very least, start showing signs of arrival. And, all their teeth should be prominent right around the ages of two to three. Dentists […]
October 16, 2020

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry enhancement can have dramatic results on your look; even the tiniest step can boost your self-esteem and confidence and make you want to smile more often. With dental technology evolving every day, cosmetic treatments and procedures can range from basic color correction to the replacement of multiple missing teeth. A smile restoration or makeover can improve the appearance of your smile through one or more cosmetic procedures. Exploring your options at our dental office can be your first step to restore your smile, especially if your teeth are discolored, worn, stained, misshaped, chipped, or […]
October 2, 2020
complications of impacted wisdom teeth

Serious Complications From Impacted Wisdom Teeth

To explain the issues that impacted wisdom teeth can cause, we need to talk a little bit about them first. Wisdom teeth usually emerge from the gums between 17 and 24 years of age. They are the last of the large molars at the back of your mouth. Some people never develop them. You usually can tell if your wisdom teeth are growing when you have some symptoms such as pain or inflammation in the area, and even infection in some cases. Unfortunately, up to 85% of today’s adults usually need to have one or more […]
August 26, 2020
advantages of getting dental implants

What are Dental Implants? Why you Need to Stop Hesitating!

What are dental implants? If you don’t know yet what they are and how they work, you should keep reading this until the end. A dental implant is a surgery that replaces tooth roots with a biocompatible material, screwlike posts that will replace missing teeth with artificial teeth that function and look like natural ones. Pretty awesome if you ask me. This is dental technology that nowadays we can take advantage of to improve our smile! But how is that possible? Well, this surgery can offer an alternative to dental bridges and partial or complete dentures. […]