A Guide To Full Mouth Reconstructive Dental Surgery

You can get a lot of dental care that will transform your dental health, the way that you look and the way that you feel about yourself. Sometimes, you might need more than one procedure at a time. Even further, if you have a mouth full of teeth that are chipped, broken, infected or otherwise damaged, you might be a great candidate for full mouth reconstruction. Full mouth reconstruction is a procedure for both cosmetic dental health and efficiency, since you'll have an easier time chewing. Read More 

Situations Where It Is A Good Idea To Get Veneers

Teeth make an important statement. They do not define you as a person, but they can determine whether other people are willing to get to know you. Some people can be turned off by a poor set of teeth and refuse to even talk to you. Thus, if you are out trying to meet new people—maybe trying to meet the one person in the world for you—a bad set of teeth can stop your quest before you really have a chance to get started. Read More 

Dental Implants For Weaker Jaws?

If you are considering getting dentures, then you have probably heard about dental implants. For patients who don't want to deal with removable dentures that could shift and slide in the mouth—with potentially embarrassing results—dental implants have been a wonderful alternative. But what if your jawbone has suffered bone loss? Age, diseases such as osteoporosis, lifestyle choices like smoking, or even genetics… these can all have an impact on how sturdy your bones are. Read More 

Most Frequently Asked Questions Concerning Tooth Displacement

The teeth in your mouth are supported by strong bones and tissue that keep them firmly seated in place. However, a hard hit in the mouth during an accident can easily displace a permanent tooth. Displacement does not mean a tooth is completely out, but merely moved from its original position. This is a more common issue in the front of the mouth where teeth are left vulnerable and are much easier to knock out of place. Read More 

Can Removing A Child’s Tonsils Correct Sleep Apnea?

Pediatric sleep apnea is a serious disease that can have a deleterious effect on your child's mental, emotional and physical health. There are a number of causes for the condition, but one of the most common contributing factors of its development in young people is tonsils. Here's what you need to know about this issue and how surgery may be a viable solution for correcting the problem. How Tonsils Play a Part in Sleep Apnea Read More