Basic Dental Care Made Simple

Tips For Successfully Flossing Your Child's Teeth

Many parents know the importance of brushing their children's teeth from the time that teeth begin to appear but may not give much thought to flossing. This might be because they don't often bother flossing themselves. It's important for you to be dedicated to flossing your child's teeth as this simple daily process can go a long way toward preventing a variety of dental problems that can have you visiting the pediatric dentist more often than you'd like.   Read More...

When Are Full Arch Dental Implants Needed?

Most people are aware that they can use dental implants to replace missing teeth. However, what do you do when you're missing multiple teeth? Many people with most of their teeth meeting resort to using dentures. However, using dentures can put you on a restricted diet, and there's also the chance of the dentures slipping out in public. Full arch dental implants have been identified as a much better alternative to traditional dentures.   Read More...

Have A Child That Grinds Their Teeth? Know These Three Things

If you have a child with a habit of teeth grinding, know that is is something that can cause some significant damage to their teeth. Read on to learn more about teeth grinding and what you can do to help. Why Teeth Grinding Happens Teeth grinding often happens while a kid is sleeping, and it can happen due to several reasons. Stress can be a big factor, so consider whether your child is having a particularly stressful time in their life.   Read More...

Lost Tooth? Don't Put It Back Into Place In These Situations

When you lose a tooth playing sports or in some other type of accident, many dentists will recommend that you push the tooth back into place and then seek an emergency dental service to assess the issue and, hopefully, save your tooth. Putting the tooth back in its socket can go a long way toward saving the tooth, but there are times that this may not be possible. For example, if the tooth has broken off rather than popped out, you won't be able to push the broken piece back into place.   Read More...

Three Reasons To Ask Your Dentist About Clear Braces Today

"Metal mouth" is an old schoolyard insult for someone with braces, but the stigma that some people feel thanks to their braces can last well into adulthood. While you surely know that getting braces is the right thing to do for your dental health, it's understandable if you are feeling self-conscious about the decision. Luckily, it's possible today to get braces that are much less noticeable. Here are three reasons to ask your dentist about clear braces.   Read More...