Can a Cosmetic Dentist Fix Tetracycline-Related Teeth Discoloration?

If your teeth are stained with dark, bluish bands that never seem to whiten, you may be a victim of childhood tetracycline staining. Tetracyclines are a family of antibiotics prescribed for a variety of illnesses, but they are no longer recommended for use in children because of their effect on developing teeth. Tetracycline stains are typically deeply ingrained in the minerals of your teeth and can be very difficult to remove by conventional whitening methods, but you do still have options to minimize or hide the discoloration through cosmetic dentistry. Read More 

Answers About Getting Dental Crowns

Are you in need of having some dental crowns put on your teeth? Are you a bit nervous about going in to have it done? Have you not had the chance to go over everything with your dentist yet? If you answered yes to the above questions, then you more than likely have some questions about dental crowns, the process for them being put on and what you can expect. Below, you will find the answers to a lot of the questions people tend to have about dental crowns. Read More 

Three Ways To Have A Perfect Smile On Your Wedding Day

When you get married, you want to be sure that you look as great as you possibly can. One important thing to remember when planning your wedding is your smile. There will be a lot of pictures taken on your big day and you need to be sure that your smile looks as great as it possibly can. The following guide walks you through a few ways to make your smile perfect before your special day. Read More 

2 Homemade Juices To Prevent Your Child From Experiencing Dry Mouth

Experiencing dry mouth from time to time can be normal. However, experiencing dry mouth for long periods of time can indicate that there is something wrong with your child's saliva production. Saliva makes it easier for children to chew and swallow. In addition, it wards off tooth decay. Without adequate saliva production, you may begin to notice an increase in bacteria and plaque in your child's mouth. Tooth decay that is left untreated can cause early tooth loss for small children. Read More 

Dental Replacement Options For A Second Molar When The Wisdom Tooth Is Missing

The second molar is the tooth to the rearmost of each side of both the upper and lower jaw. Technically, the third molar or wisdom tooth is the final tooth in the row, but many people have their wisdom teeth surgically removed before eruption even happens. If you then also lose your second molar, there can seem to be a particularly large gap in the rear of your mouth that can interfere with chewing and give the first molar room to shift out of place. Read More