A diastema is a gap or space which develops between typically the two upper front teeth. Read on for options for treatment type and filling materials for closing a diastema.
Gum disease is preventable and treatable so let's take a look at some of the risk factors you should look for when assessing your...Read More
Remember, your mouth is just one part of your entire body. Your oral health is connected to your overall health, and your overall...Read More
Gum disease, while an ailment on its own, also has relations to other systemic conditions.Read More
Learn how you can ensure that your new implants last a lifetime.Read More
While chemotherapy's job is to kill cancer cells, it also destroys healthy cells necessary for basic human functions.
Losing a tooth (or teeth) has much, much more drastic consequences than just leaving an unsightly gap in your smile and forever waiting for the tooth fairy to leave a coin under your pillow.
There's something you can do to protect your child's teeth from cavities and to uphold good overall oral hygiene: Sealants.
Understanding what an onlay is - and how it differs from a crown - can help you determine the best treatment for you and why your dentist may recommend one over the other.
Minimally invasive dentistry is a slightly more advanced form of dental care that serves as an extra layer of protection for your teeth.