How to Treat a Chipped Tooth: From First Aid to Dental Repairs

October 27th, 2020|Categories: General Dentistry|Tags: , |

Did you know that our teeth have a thin outer protective covering called the enamel, which is considered to be the hardest part of the human body? Yet even the strongest enamel can’t withstand unwanted accidents and the occasional [...]

At-Home Cosmetic Dental Treatments – Are They Good or Bad for You?

October 1st, 2020|Categories: Cosmetic Dentisty|Tags: , |

Celebrity endorsers and social media influencers have spurred the recent meteoric rise of do-it-yourself (DIY) teeth whitening and straightening products. Promising cheap, quick-and-easy fix for stunning pearly whites and straighter teeth, these cosmetic dentistry kits could potentially be harmful. [...]

Dental Emergencies: How to Assess Whether You Have One

January 8th, 2020|Categories: Dental Emergencies|Tags: |

Accidents happen any time, anywhere, and in the most unexpected circumstances, and traumatic dental injuries are no exception. Broken or knocked-out teeth are the most common dental emergency caused by falls, sports injuries, fights, or bicycle or vehicular accidents. [...]

Why Do We Need to Have Regular Dental Visits?

November 27th, 2017|Categories: Preventive Dentistry|Tags: , |

Many people are guilty of only visiting a dental professional when they have a problem of some sort. Sometimes it’s a filling that fell out; sometimes it’s a lot more serious and a lot more costly. This can be [...]

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