Swollen Face? Make the Call to Your Emergency Dentist

There are a number of reasons why you may need the services of an emergency dentist, such as a broken or chipped tooth. However, you should also make an emergency appointment if you have a swollen face, particularly if it came on suddenly and is accompanied by a lot of pain. Here's why. The cause There can be several things causing a swollen face, including poor nutrition and trauma to the face (in which case, you should see your dentist to get x-rayed as soon as possible). Read More 

Your Tooth Whitening Options

Tooth whitening is one of the most common cosmetic dentistry procedures that works to improve your smile. However, there are several tooth whitening options or methods available. What you choose will determine crucial aspects of the procedure, such as how much you will pay and how long the whitening effects will last. Therefore, if it's your first time considering tooth whitening, below is a brief overview of some of the available options. Read More 

Two Early Indicators That You Will Require Root Canal Therapy

You may assume that "root canal" refers to a dental condition, but the truth is it relates to a section of the tooth. This root canal is the name of the inner passage located between the pulp and the root of the tooth. When you develop tooth decay, a bacterial infection or a dental disease, this passage can become infected too. If the infection is left unencumbered, you may end up losing the tooth, as the pulp and the roots can eventually die. Read More 

Are You Ready For Dental Implants? Here Are The Top Three Things to Consider!

If you need multiple replacement teeth, dental implants are probably your top replacement option. Whilst you can always go with dentures or bridges, those options just don't give you the same type of durability and longevity that dental implants can offer. There's no doubt that dental implants are great for tooth replacements -- but they're not necessarily right for everyone. Read on to learn the three things you need to consider before getting dental implants. Read More 

3 Steps To Give Your Teeth The Best Possible Treatment After Getting Braces

Even as an adult, braces can help to straighten crooked teeth—giving you that smile you've always desired. But when you get braces, you will need to take extra care of your mouth because it will be more difficult than before. Braces can trap food, which will ultimately cause plaque and decay. Good oral hygiene is vital to avoid problems later, so follow these steps to give your teeth the best possible treatment once you get braces. Read More