A Bridge Can Be an Alternative to a Dental Implant

Tooth loss can pose several different complications for your mouth. Beyond the decreased ability to chew food and speak clearly, the missing tooth could gradually cause orthodontic complications. In time, minor changes in structure and alignment can cause chips and enamel attrition on the related teeth in your dentition. One effective option for restoring the… Read more »

The Reasons Why Dental Implants Are Highly Recommended in the World Today

Your smile is of great importance to Dr. Anne Nicholas and her team of specialists. We want you to have the most beautiful and functional smile that will help you smile, laugh, talk, and eat with confidence. This is why we strongly encourage you to replace your missing teeth. If you replace those teeth, you’ll… Read more »

Toothaches: What You Should Know

Do you ever ask yourself what you may be able to do to get rid of a toothache? Do you know what actually causes a toothache? Unfortunately, even though toothaches are annoying and fairly common, they could also indicate that you’re coping with a more serious problem. For example, did you know that a tooth… Read more »

Have You Lost a Tooth the Needs to Be Replaced?

If you have suffered an oral accident or tooth extraction, you are aware of the negative effects it can have on your entire life. Not only may missing teeth make it harder to eat or speak, but they can disrupt social settings and cause depression and low self-esteem. Fortunately, with modern technology, there are tooth… Read more »

Are You Taking Care of Your Teeth to Prevent Cavities?

Cavities are caused by the destruction of your tooth enamel to such an extent as to form a small hole in your tooth. Tooth enamel is most easily damaged by products such as sugar. When you eat simple sugars, the bacteria in your mouth breaks down the ingredient into acids that can eat through tooth… Read more »

Your New Bridge Requires Good Oral Hygiene Habits

When your new dental bridge was installed at , it was made from materials that will prove invulnerable to the effects of tooth decay. However, complications from chronic periodontal disease can still pose a threat to the long-term integrity of the dental work. Advanced periodontal disease, which is known as periodontitis, can cause your gums… Read more »

Don’t Let an Oral Accident Ruin Your Smile on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a wonderful day to spend with loved ones and reminisce about the amazing days gone by or the fantastic days to come. It is a time for loving, giving, sharing, and accepting. However, don’t turn the day into a holiday disaster by chipping a tooth or worse. Don’t let an oral accident… Read more »

Root Canal Therapy: 4 Ways to Heal Following Treatment

Did you know recovery is extremely important? Well, it’s true, especially after root canal treatment. So, if you’ve recently repaired and restored your tooth with a root canal in , , then it’s time to recover. To help you do so, Dr. and our dental team encourage you to do the following things: Take prescribed… Read more »

How to Help Your Teeth as They Age

Did you know that your tooth enamel—which is the outer layer of your teeth—is actually the hardest substance in your body? However, teeth tend to grow weaker as you age. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do now to keep your teeth strong your whole life. You can avoid many issues by using… Read more »

Porcelain Crowns Can Be Used in the Cosmetic Restoration of an Unappealing Tooth

An imperfect tooth in your smile can affect your self-esteem and quality of life. If the tooth suffers from significant imperfections, your dentist, Dr. , might recommend using a porcelain crown to enhance the appearance of your tooth. Your dentist starts by examining the tooth and taking some X-rays. It’s important to make sure that… Read more »