3 Questions You May Have About Cantilever Dental Bridges

If you are missing one of your molar teeth and would like to fill in this space, your dentist might recommend getting a dental bridge. Traditional bridges are ideal when the missing tooth has a tooth on each side, but this option will not work if you are missing one of your last molar teeth. Because this missing tooth would only have one tooth next to it, your dentist might suggest using a cantilever bridge. Read More 

4 Tips For Saving Money On Dental Visits

Budgeting for dental care can sometimes be difficult, but it's well worth the trouble. Taking care of your teeth doesn't just ensure that your pearly whites remain healthy and cavity-free, it can also affect the health of the rest of your body. The following tips can help you save money on your dental care while still ensuring that your health is put first. Tip #1: Put Prevention First Lowering your risk of dental problems starts at home. Read More 

Potential Concerns With No-Shots/No-Drilling Veneers

There are two major methods of bonding veneers onto teeth. The traditional/preparation method involves drilling away some tooth enamel before bonding the veneers. The no-preparation method, which uses ultra-thin veneers, doesn't involve drilling the enamel. The latter is also known as the "no shots and no drill" technique because you don't need an anesthetic shot if your treatment doesn't involve drilling. It is a favorite of many people who don't want to bother with the initial preparation, but it does have its drawbacks. Read More 

Do You Have Mysterious Tooth Pain? It Could Be A Hairline Fracture

Sometimes, the cause of tooth pain is obvious. Broken teeth and large fractures, of course, can be seen in the mirror. But what if your tooth looks completely normal? Unfortunately, this doesn't rule out the possibility that you have a fractured tooth. Hairline fractures can be so fine that even dentists have difficulty distinguishing them on x-rays. Hairline Fracture Symptoms Many of the symptoms of a fractured tooth are similar to other dental problems: pain and sensitivity centered around a specific tooth. Read More 

Q&A For Root Canal Therapy On A Bicuspid

Root canal therapy is used to restore a tooth whose pulp has been damaged, usually by infection. The procedure involves the removal of the pulp, which is the soft, living material inside the tooth that houses the dental nerve. Once the pulp is gone, the empty tooth is cleaned and filled before being capped with a dental crown. A root canal can be performed on any of your teeth. However, the following questions and answers will focus on a root canal for a bicuspid: Read More