If your child is scared to go to the dentist or has a lot of anxiety regarding dental appointments, keeping up with routine dental care can be challenging. The good news is that there are a few ways to help, including seeing a pediatric sedation dentist. Pediatric sedation dentistry can be a safe and effective option for making your child feel comfortable during dental visits and procedures. Here’s what to know about this kind of dentistry. Read More»
Clothing can be classified as either haute couture (something that’s one of a kind and made to measure), or prêt-à-porter (ready-to-wear, off-the-rack, available in stores). Dental crowns are haute couture in that they’re made to fit your tooth specifically. How would you even know if a crown doesn’t fit as well as it needs to?
It’s both perfectly natural and entirely unavoidable for your teeth to make physical contact with each other. Read More»
Your smile is an important part of how you interact with the people you encounter on a daily basis. Therefore, if there are issues with your teeth that make you less confident about smiling, it can alter how you interact with the people in your life. Veneers are one option for correcting smile issues, but they are not the most suitable option for every patient.
Dental veneers are thin, custom-made pieces that are bonded to the surface of your anterior teeth, and they can correct a number of cosmetic problems. Read More»
While the term “tongue-tied” is a figure of speech referring to someone too shy or embarrassed to speak, it is an actual medical diagnosis as well. Tongue-tie (without the d) is a condition that affects how a child moves their tongue and can often cause latching issues at birth and speech and eating difficulties later. Here’s what you need to know about the symptoms, causes, and treatment options for tongue-tie. Read More»