You go to take a sip of cold water, and then you cringe — the sensitivity in your teeth is hard to bear. Sensitivity can keep you from enjoying your favorite foods and drinks, but more importantly, it can be a sign of a dental issue you need to have taken care of. Here is a look at some of the most common causes of tooth sensitivity. Cavities Cavities don't typically cause symptoms when they are small, but when they grow deep enough to reach all of the way through the tooth enamel, they can cause sensitivity. [Read More]
Is It Possible To Break Your Dental Implants?
Dental implants are by far one of the most popular ways to get your missing smile replaced. Dental implants are also highly resilient, but just like any natural tooth, crown, or even dentures, dental implants can be damaged with enough force. However, it can take a lot to damage a dental implant enough to actually break it out of your mouth. Here are a few things you need to know about the possibility of breaking a dental implant. [Read More]
3 Facts Regarding Invisible Braces
If you have crooked teeth or gaps between your teeth but you don't want traditional braces, you may be considering Invisalign braces. Invisalign uses plastic aligners to reposition your teeth. If you aren't sure if invisible braces are the right choice for you, check out these three facts so you can make an informed decision regarding your smile. They Work on Mild to Moderate Problems Invisible braces work much like traditional braces. [Read More]
3 Considerations Before Getting Adult Braces
Many people had orthodontic concerns as a child, but did not have the opportunity for braces or did not want them as a child. With adult braces becoming more popular, many adults are hoping to have another chance at fixing their smile. Before you decide to get braces, there are several factors that might influence your decision. Level Of Commitment Having braces and the aftercare associated with them, such as wearing dental appliances to keep your teeth from moving back to their original location, can be a deciding factor. [Read More]