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Cosmetic Dentistry: Subtle Changes for Big Differences

Cosmetic dentistry involves large scale procedures such as braces for adults, but this field also offers simple procedures that can make a huge difference to your smile. Hi! My name is Corky, and I have been committed to having the best smile possible for years. However, like many people, I also have to live within a budget. Because of that, I have found the best ways to make my smile look amazing without spending a lot of time or money at the dentists. If you are looking for a place to learn about the procedures that give you the best value for your money, you have come to the right place. In this blog, I am going to discuss procedures ranging from teeth whitening to veneers, and I am going to tell you how to make your smile beautiful!

Dental emergency: what you need to know about abscesses

Not all dental issues are emergencies. Sometimes you may feel some discomfort as the result of a troublesome wisdom tooth or mild decay, but these problems do not need to be addressed immediately. There are, however, certain conditions that require attention as soon as they are detected. One such condition is a dental abscess, which is an infection that can grow within two distinct areas of the mouth: the gums and teeth. Read More 

These Bad Habits Can Hurt Your Teeth

While it is good to have a normal practice of brushing and flossing every day, this isn't always enough to take care of your teeth. You might be doing some bad habits each day that are hurting your teeth more than you realize. Here are some bad habits to break right now. Brushing Immediately After Eating Many people like to brush their teeth after eating, whether because they wear braces or because they want to have their teeth as clean as possible all day long. Read More 

Why Would You Need a Root Canal?

When you watch any TV or hear of any dental nightmares, they usually involve root canals. They're made out to be the worst treatment you can get done from any dental clinic. Why would anyone need such a painful form of treatment done? Here's a look at the most common reasons you would need to have a root canal. Your Dentist Wants to Avoid Tooth Loss The root canal removes the inside of the tooth, keeping the outside intact. Read More 

4 Reasons Why It’s Well Worth Choosing a Dental Implant Over a Crown

If one of your teeth is badly damaged, you may be forced to choose between either having a crown placed over it or having it extracted so a dental implant can be fitted. The process of having a dental implant installed might put you off; after all, the tooth needs to be extracted, and then supporting structures need to be drilled in. Additionally, the initial cost of a dental implant is typically quite a bit higher than that of a simple crown. Read More 

How to Combat Dry Socket Pain: 3 Home Treatments

The majority of tooth extractions are completed with no complications. However, if you develop a condition called dry socket, you may continue to feel pain after your tooth extraction. Dry socket occurs when blood fails to clot over the wound in your gum or if the clot is dislodged, leaving the wound exposed.  If you think you may be suffering from a dry socket, you should visit a dentist as soon as you can. Read More