A dental crown is a great way to preserve your natural tooth. The full coverage restorations help to protect the integrity of your bite, while also enhancing how it looks. But here are four things that you might not have known about dental crowns:
A mouth rinse is usually a staple item in the bathrooms of most Americans. What kind of mouthwash you choose may not seem all that important, but the right formula and proper use can make a big difference in your oral health.
Bad breath, or halitosis, is probably the ultimate social faux pas. Save face socially by following these four rules for sweet breath.
Like any concerned parent, you want the best for your family in terms of nutrition. Not only that, but you want to make sure that all the equipment that processes the nutrients is working smoothly. This mean having healthy teeth to chew food with!
You might be considering a denture if:
- Your natural teeth are causing you a lot of trouble
- You have few or no natural teeth left
- You had a serious accident that damaged a lot of your teeth
Dentures have been the go-to solution for missing teeth for a very long time. But as dentistry has evolved, new techniques and treatment options have emerged.
Looking at a traditional crown, it might appear to be a piece of metal hammered right over the tooth. However, that's not actually how it works. The process is far more complex than most people realize.
Your child’s initial dental appointment can be a nerve-wracking one! Dr. Jason Lane and our team love kids and we know that it can be hard for them to understand what's going on. Dental care, however, is essential to your child's healthy and happy smile.
Too many people make the mistake of waiting to visit a dentist until their tooth hurts. You might also believe that if there's nothing bothering you, then there's no point in making a dental appointment.
Aside from a throbbing tooth, here are four signs you need to schedule that appointment as soon as possible.
1. Bleeding Gums
Bleeding gums are so common…
If you're missing a tooth or need to have one pulled, the space that's left behind can have a tremendous impact on your entire smile. Although it may not seem like it, if you have a tooth extracted on one side of your mouth, gradually, your entire bite can experience changes in alignment. Even the tooth that bites against it can start to drop further out of its socket, trying to find a chewing partner.