Dental Visits | 3 Signs Your Wisdom Teeth Are Starting To Grow

Wisdom teeth grow at the end of your mouth behind the molars and are usually the last set to grow. Most often, this growth occurs in your adolescent or adult years, which can end up being particularly painful in some instances. This guide helps you identify some signs that your wisdom teeth are starting to grow. Depending on your particular situation, your dentist may advise you to retain them or extract them. Read More 

Five Ideas for Dealing With or Hiding a Dead Tooth

A dead tooth happens when the nerve inside a tooth has been damaged or decayed, and as a result, the tooth appears gray. Wondering how to hide or fix your discoloured dead tooth? Here are some options: 1. Schedule a root canal In some cases, dentists can save dead teeth with a root canal. However, this typically only works soon after the tooth has died. Talk with your dentist to see if it would work in your situation. Read More 

Family Dental Health: How to Encourage Your Child to Floss

Flossing is a vital part of any dental health routine. Brushing your teeth will not remove plaque and debris from between the teeth or below the gum line, which can lead to tooth decay. While many adults already incorporate flossing into their daily dental cleaning routine, it isn't as common among children. Getting your child into the habit of flossing on a daily basis can help to set them up for a lifetime of great dental health. Read More 

How to Reverse Gum Disease

If you have gingivitis, which is the mildest form of gum disease, it might not be too late to reverse it. At this point, it is more of a warning that you need to take better care of your teeth and gums and prevent it from turning into periodontal disease. Here are some tips for acting fast and attempting to reverse gingivitis and keep it from worsening. See Your Dentist First Read More 

Gaps Between Teeth Spoiling Your Smile? Here’s How to Get it Fixed

According to a survey by Kelton Global, 48 percent of adults are more likely to remember your smile than any other feature after meeting you for the first time. If you don't smile because you're embarrassed about gaps between your front teeth, you could be missing out on making a lot of memorable first impressions. Even worse, gaps between your teeth could put you at high risk of dental health issues that could damage your smile even further. Read More