Many people experience tooth decay at some point in their lives. Genetics, poor oral hygiene, smoking, and diet can all increase a person’s risk. How does tooth decay work? Can it be reversed? Read our blog post to learn about tooth decay.
Are you looking into straightening crooked teeth, fixing gaps, or correcting bite alignment? If so, ClearCorrect® Aligners may be the perfect option for you! Read our blog post to learn about ClearCorrect.
Good dental health is important. Research links the health of your mouth to the health of your heart, brain, and immune system. Good oral health also means avoiding problems like cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss. Check out our blog post for tips on maintaining your dental health.
While the advice to eat soft foods after a tooth extraction may have your mind roam to ice cream, it’s crucial to eat nutritional meals to help promote recovery. Read our blog post to see what foods you should eat after a tooth extraction.
Looking to upgrade your dental habits for optimal oral health? Check out our blog post for a look at five dental habits we recommend breaking to achieve and maintain healthy teeth and gums.
Regular dental visits, especially for dental cleanings and exams, are vital in maintaining and caring for your oral health. However, moving or finding a dental practice that accepts your dental insurance can sometimes interfere when you’re looking to receive care. Read our blog post for tips on choosing a dentist in Chesterfield, Missouri.
With the many dental services that can restore your smile, you may be wondering what a dental bridge can do for you. Well, a dental bridge can fix functional and cosmetic problems you may be experiencing. Read our blog post to learn more about the benefits of a dental bridge.
Today’s most commonly used dental implant material is titanium, a corrosion-resistant, high strength, biocompatible and silver-colored metal. Although this traditional dental prosthetic has a very high success rate, some patients are concerned about metal sensitivities and metal allergies. Fortunately, there is an alternative – zirconia dental implants. In this article, we will address some of … Continued
Dental implants are an investment in you and your oral health, improving your smile, boosting your self-confidence and restoring your natural ability to chew and bite. According to the American Dental Association´s Health Institute cost survey, the average cost of a single dental implant ranges from $3,100 to $5,800. The bill includes the implant, abutment and … Continued
Toothaches can be extremely painful and distracting. But while the pain might be so bad you think nothing but a tooth extraction can fix it, there are a few different remedies you can try at home before heading to the dentist. Check out our blog post where we review a few ways you can treat a toothache at home, along with when it might be time to head to the dentist for a professional opinion.