Are Your Wisdom Teeth Helping or Hurting?

When our ancestors roamed the earth, the third molars, or wisdom teeth, were necessary to help chew the kinds of food they ate. Our diets have since evolved, making these third molars superfluous, and in fact, problematic since our jaws are smaller than theirs, so there isn’t really room for these extra teeth. This means that when they come in,... read more »

Dental Sealants are an Inexpensive way Protect the Biting Surface on Molars

Maintaining your child’s teeth helps get them started in the right direction towards an adult life of good oral health. It’s not uncommon for the biting surface on your child’s permanent molars to have deep pits and contours. Deeply contoured or pitted biting surfaces can sometimes be a challenge to completely brush clean. If food particles and plaque get stuck... read more »

Children’s Dentistry: Remedies to Help Sooth Your Teething Baby

Teething is a natural occurrence that happens when the primary teeth begin to grow into your child’s mouth. Generally, the bottom teeth will grow in first and the upper teeth grow in about 1-2 months later. The teeth will erupt through the gums, which will cause extreme pain and discomfort. This is completely normal. So, to help your child get... read more »

Repairing Your Smile with a Dental Bridge

If you are looking for a tooth-replacement option that will give you the results you want and the abilities you need, a dental bridge may be the right solution for you! A dental bridge is a natural-looking, reliable restoration that replaces your missing teeth for many years. It is generally made of dental crowns and artificial teeth and is anchored... read more »