Getting Dental Veneers? Know How To Care For Them

Have you decided to get dental veneers so that the cosmetic problems with your teeth are corrected? If so, you'll need to learn how to care for those new veneers to keep them in great shape. You're spending your hard-earned money on those new veneers, so you do not want to make mistakes that can damage their finish. Make sure to follow these tips. Have The Correct Toothpaste And Toothbrush Read More 

Pose These Questions When Your Child Has A Baby Tooth With A Cavity That Needs A Filling

When you take your child to the dentist, you may sometimes be surprised to hear that your child has a cavity in a baby tooth. Pediatric dentists deal with such issues in different ways. Sometimes, they're tempted to leave the tooth alone because it will soon fall out. In other cases, the dentist will advise filling the cavity. You should always take an active interest in your child's dental health, and this means asking some questions about how the dentist will proceed. Read More 

Bracing Yourself For Adult Braces: Three Factors To Consider Before They Are Fitted

The most recent figures available in 2014 from the American Association of Orthodontists state that in the ten years proceeding this time, the number of adults getting braces in the United States had risen by 40%. The trend for adult braces increases each year as Americans deal with teeth straightening issues which have previously gone unchecked. As someone who has received a recommendation for braces from their dentist, you have concerns. You are concerned about the look of the braces and the cost of the braces versus the benefit of the braces. Read More