Getting Same-Day Dental Implants? Know What To Expect Afterward

Are you going to be getting same-day dental implants and are a bit concerned about what it will be like after the procedure is finished? It will help to know the following things to manage your expectations and know when something is wrong. Pain and Swelling You will have pain and swelling immediately after the dental implants are installed, but it should only last a few days. You need to be concerned if you continue to feel pain and have swelling about a week after the procedure was performed. [Read More]

How To Prevent Damaging Or Cracking Your Porcelain Veneers

Your new porcelain veneers have given you the confidence you have always dreamed of and you want to ensure that your smile remains beautiful for as long as possible. Just like your natural teeth, your porcelain veneers are vulnerable to cracking and damage, which why it is so important to ensure you care for your veneers properly. Here are a few simple things you can do to protect your porcelain veneers from breaking and cracking. [Read More]

How You Can Build A Better Smile Today

For many dental patients, building a better smile is a dream. What if you learned that it didn't have to be a dream? What if you have actionable steps you could take today to build a healthier, brighter smile? These are some steps you can take now to pursue a white, healthy smile. Brush With a Timer Many people do not brush their teeth long enough. They might brush for just a few seconds on each side of their mouth, nowhere near the recommended 30 seconds on each side. [Read More]

Preventive Dental Care Involves More Than Brushing Your Teeth

Often, when the average person thinks about preventive dental care, the idea of brushing their teeth, two times a day, comes to mind. If this idea is what you have in mind, you are on the right track, but there is so much more involved in protecting the health of your mouth, teeth, and gums. Learn more about what preventive dental care should look like. Visiting the Dentist It does not matter how much time you take to care for your teeth at home, if your oral health practices do not involve regular visits to a dental office, you will probably come up short. [Read More]