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.
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.
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.
One of the best ways to make sure that your teeth are healthy and strong is to protect your enamel, or the hard outer layer of your teeth. Check out our blog post for a look at some simple ways you can prevent enamel loss to have a beautiful smile that’ll last a lifetime.
Our permanent teeth are meant to last us the rest of our life, but unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Check out our blog post for a look at reasons why it’s important to always replace lost teeth.
You should be familiar with what happens at a routine dental visit at this point, but sometimes the teeth may need a little extra attention. Check out our blog post where we go over the basics of a regular cleaning and how it compares to a deep cleaning.
Have you been putting off the oral healthcare you need due to lack of dental insurance? Don’t put it off any longer! We proudly offer a variety of financial options to help ease the financial stress of dental care. Check out our blog post to see how our team will work with you to find a payment method that fits your needs!
Root canals sound scary. In the past, they could be. Thanks to modern dentistry, root canals are now a routine and important procedure. Check out our blog post where we debunk five myths about root canal therapy.
Choosing the right dentist for you and your family isn’t always a straightforward process. If you’re looking for a dentist in Chesterfield, MO, read our blog post where we’ve put together a list of tips to help you make a decision that will benefit you and your family’s smiles for years to come!
The rule of thumb when it comes to extraction is usually that it’s always best to save the tooth. However, that’s just not the case when it comes to wisdom teeth. In this blog post we talk about wisdom teeth, and why you might need them out.