Five Reasons Your Teeth Are Sensitive To Heat And Cold

Teeth sensitivity is a common problem, and though it can be caused by a cavity or abscessed tooth, it can be caused by a number of other factors as well. The foods you eat can play a part even if your tooth is not damaged, and even the way you brush can make your teeth more sensitive. The good news is that this sensitivity can often be alleviated simply by changing certain habits. Read More 

Intro To Root Canals

The phrase 'root canal' is a dreaded phrase by many, one which evokes horrifying imagery of unimaginable suffering. If your dentist informs you that you need a root canal, it is only reasonable to experience pure terror at the very notion. However, the reality of the procedure is much less harrowing experience than the general public would have you believe. Here is an explanation of what a root canal really is, and exactly how it will affect you. Read More 

Self-Care After Dental Implant Surgery

Dental implant surgery varies from patient to patient, surgery to surgery. Some dental implant surgeries are extensive while others are minimal, with only a single tooth implanted. In addition, patients can also react to surgeries in different ways. In other words, the way that you react to your own dental implant surgery will depend on the circumstances of your particular procedure. Your dentist may give you specific advice for self-care after your procedure. Read More 

Toothache In The Middle Of The Night? 3 Natural Ways To Find Some Relief

When you went to sleep, the last thing you probably expected was that you'd get up in the middle of the night with excruciating tooth pain. Although it is important to see your dentist to find out the underlying cause behind the toothache, there are a few remedies you can use to treat the pain immediately so that you can go back to sleep for the rest of the night. Read More