Mason Castro

Have You Undergone Tooth Implant Surgery? Here Are 4 Things To Avoid

Dentist Blog

Technology has affected the periodontist industry significantly. For instance, patients with missing, damaged, cracked, or infected teeth can now get teeth implants. These implants are convenient since they are designed to mimic your natural teeth. But to get them, you will have to undergo a surgical procedure. After the surgery, you will need time to heal while avoiding some things to ensure complete healing. Here is a look at four things to avoid after dental implants.

18 February 2022

Five Common Questions About Root Canals

Dentist Blog

Do you need to get a root canal due to decay, injury, or disease, and you're told that you need a root canal to save the tooth? If so, you may be wondering what is necessary to save the tooth. Here are some common questions about root canals that you're likely to have What Is an Endodontist? You may have heard your dentist say that you need to visit an endodontist.

6 January 2022

FAQs About Dental Wear And Porcelain Crowns

Dentist Blog

Are your teeth worn? Dental enamel is the hardest substance in the human body, according to the American Dental Association (ADA). But this doesn't mean it can't wear away. If your teeth seem smaller or have pits, dents, or curves in the surface, take a look at what you need to know about dental wear, oral health, aesthetics, and the restoration options such as porcelain crowns. Why Is Dental Enamel So Strong?

29 November 2021

Understanding Dentures

Dentist Blog

A dentist may recommend that you get dentures to replace missing teeth. Still, many people know little about the device. Here is a bit of information about dentures to help you better understand them. What Is a Denture? A denture is a removable set of false teeth that is connected to a base and worn to replace teeth that are missing or lost. What Are Some of the Signs That You May Need a Denture?

14 October 2021

When Should You Seek Dental Care Services? 4 Signs You Need To Visit A Dental Office

Dentist Blog

When it comes to keeping your oral health in check, you can never go wrong with regular dental examinations. That's why visiting a professional dentist is always a good idea. With that in mind, you need to know when to visit a dental office. Read on to find out the signs to look out for. 1. Toothaches A toothache has the potential to ruin your experience, regardless of where you are.

3 September 2021

Factors That Affect The Number Of Odor-Causing Bacteria In Your Mouth

Dentist Blog

Having bad breath can be embarrassing for you as well as for those who come in close contact with it. Typically, the smell of the breath becomes offensive as the microbes within your mouth start to accumulate. There are multiple factors that can affect the number of odor-causing microorganisms in your oral cavity. Here are a few of them. Failing to Brush and Floss When you brush your teeth or floss, you remove sizable amounts of plaque from your dental surfaces.

23 July 2021

Three Of The Latest Technological Trends That Dentists Are Utilizing To Improve Their Services

Dentist Blog

As different industries strive to provide better products and services to consumers, the healthcare industry has also improved its service delivery. Since dentistry is a major part of the healthcare industry, dentists have also implemented various solutions to improve their service delivery and cost of treatment. Hence, the dental industry has witnessed the widespread adaptation of various technological trends to improve multiple aspects of dental healthcare, such as costs, treatment time, and enhancing dentist-patient relations.

15 June 2021

How To Select The Right Pediatric Dental Clinic

Dentist Blog

Just like adults, children require regular dental visits to maintain healthy teeth and gums. However, children tend to get more nervous about seeing the dentist than their older counterparts. That is why it is so important to choose the right pediatric dental clinic for your little one. Here are some good tips for selecting a pediatric dental clinic. Choose a Dentist With the Proper Training Treating children for oral health problems is different than treating adults.

29 April 2021

After Your Root Canal: Will You Need a Filling or a Dental Crown?

Dentist Blog

Sometimes home repairs require you to make a hole in the wall. And these holes require specific patches. It's similar to when your dentist makes a hole in your tooth to perform a root canal. Sometimes a filling will be sufficient to patch the hole, but sometimes a filling won't quite be strong enough. Read on to learn more about getting a root canal and a filling.  Opening the Tooth

18 March 2021

The Fundamentals Of Dental Implant Healing And Failure

Dentist Blog

Struggling with dental problems can be disruptive to your life. The pain and discomfort can affect your daily activities, and you may be limited in the things that you can eat comfortably. For this reason, your dentist may recommend that you consider dental implants to replace your damaged teeth. Dental implants are usually a fairly successful option for those with dental problems, but they aren't impervious to potential failure. Here's a look at what you need to know about dental implant surgery and when you should call your dentist.

22 December 2020