Have you ever wondered why it’s necessary to get a filling in a child’s primary teeth, also known as baby teeth, if they are going to fall out anyway? Some parents have this thought, and it’s important that you know that taking care of their primary teeth is just as important as protecting their permanent ones.
As one of the most common treatments for replacing a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth, dentures are a set of artificial gums and teeth custom-designed to fit your mouth and give you back the function of your teeth. Dentures can be full or partial, with the full ones designed to replace all of your upper or lower teeth and the partial ones made to replace individual missing pieces.
Did you know the most chronic disease in children is cavities? Even though your child may brush and floss daily, they might not be brushing as properly as an adult would or using the right amount of toothpaste. Also, consuming sugary foods and drinks contributes to tooth decay because bacteria in the mouth thrive on sugar and leave behind an acid that eats away at the tooth’s enamel. How can you help your child fight tooth decay?
When you wake up in the morning, is your jaw sore? Do you wonder what may be causing your frequent dull headaches or tooth pain? It’s estimated that 30 to 40 million U.S. children and adults suffer from these symptoms caused by a dental condition that often goes undiagnosed. Read more to find out about how you can get relief from these nagging issues.
Are you in love with your smile? We think everyone should feel comfortable and confident with the appearance of their teeth. Thanks to the latest dental advancements, it’s easier than ever to get the smile of your dreams. In fact, we’ve helped many patients restore the beauty of their teeth through a variety of cosmetic dental treatments that fit their exact needs. Would you like to know what your options are?