What To Do if a Crown Comes Out

When your crown was cemented or bonded in place, it was intended to last for many years. While it is rather rare, it’s still not unheard of for something like a blow to the face, a bite issue, or chewing on your favorite sticky candy to cause a crown to come out. If you have lost a crown you should... read more »

Reasons To Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Your wisdom teeth are essentially molars, sometimes referred to as your third molars. They were necessary from a time when our ancestors survived on a diet of crunchy foods and roots. Most people have four wisdom teeth. However, it is not uncommon for some people to have as many as six, while at the same time, some people never develop... read more »

When Should I Have My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

The removal of wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, is one of the most common surgical procedures in dentistry. Wisdom teeth grow at the back of your mouth and are the last teeth to come through If they do at all. Most people have four wisdom teeth - one in each corner of the mouth so to speak. Wisdom... read more »

Reasons to have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Your wisdom teeth are essentially molars from a time when our ancestors survived on a diet of crunchy foods and roots. Most people have four wisdom teeth. However, it is not uncommon for some people to have as many as six, while at the same time, some people never develop wisdom teeth at all. Wisdom teeth usually start to emerge... read more »

Dental X-Rays: The Differences Between Each Machine

Dental X-Rays are great images that can help you prevent as well as identify dental issues. This is extremely beneficial because it can help you maintain a strong and healthy smile as well as treat problems at the early stages of development. This technology makes it possible to identify any issue in the mouth, even if it’s impossible to be... read more »

Cleaning Your New Crown in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

Your new crown represents a serious investment in restoring the appearance and function of a tooth that was severely fractured, or suffered extensive tooth decay. Even though the material your new crown is made from not subject to tooth decay, it will still need attention in your daily oral hygiene routine. Residual food particles and bacteria in your mouth can... read more »