2 Dental Treatments That May Replace Cavity Fillings Some Day
29 September 2015
Most people develop at least a cavity or two in their lifetimes, and many people get them very frequently. The only treatment for cavities available for centuries has been cavity fillings of some nature. While filling materials have progressed, no procedure has ever replaced fillings entirely. Now, there are two treatments in the works that may some day replace the cavity filling, and one may be available relatively soon.
Fearful Dental Patients Can Benefit From Choosing A Dental Spa
4 September 2015
Many people avoid proper dental care because they are terrified of the pain they associate with a previous dental treatment. Some people are afraid of needles and will avoid receiving dental treatment because of that fear. However, your dental fears may not be an issue when you visit a relaxing dental spa.
What Is A Dental Spa?
When you visit a dental spa, your first experience may be one of total relaxation while you wait.
3 Times When A Dental Crown Works Better Than A Veneer
14 August 2015
Dental crowns and veneers are two cosmetic dentistry options that offer similar results with differing methods. Both require the dentist to create a custom-crafted hollow shell that bonds onto the tooth in some position. The positioning of that shell and the amount of tooth covered varies with a dental crown offering fuller coverage. So there are times when a dental crown will likely prove a better treatment option than a veneer.
Dental Treatment Options For Pericoronitis
31 July 2015
Periodontal disease usually stems from bacterial plaque that's left to fester due to improper oral healthcare. Pericoronitis is an infection that targets the gum area around an erupting wisdom tooth. The tooth's eruption can cause inflammation and a pocket where bacteria can take hold. Symptoms of pericoronitis include redness, swelling, pain, and pus discharge.
What are some of the potential treatment options for pericoronitis? Here are a few of the possibilities to discuss with your dentist or periodontist.