Digital X-Rays – What are they?

Digital x-rays are often used in dentistry, allowing the dentist to find out all the information they need about a patient’s teeth and general oral health. They will show everything from nerves to inner tooth construction, which means treatments can be tailored and better planned to achieve better results. Digital x-rays are in many ways the same as traditional dental x-rays, but they do have some benefits that have improved…

Financing your new Invisalign Treatment 

Invisalign is a revolutionary treatment for correcting crooked or overcrowded teeth in a subtle and non-invasive way. Like with any revolutionary kind of treatment, you can expect to pay more for it because of the amount of work that will be required and the premium products that will be used on your teeth. All in all, Invisalign is not going to be cheap. When you decide to get Invisalign, you…

What are Some Key Indicators of Good Health?

Good health is something that you can often feel rather than see. You will have a sense of wellbeing and enjoy a feeling of being healthy and happy in your own body. These are some of the things that can indicate good overall health: Healthy teeth. Good oral health is a good indicator of general health, because many diseases are visible in your mouth. Ulcers and sores can be indicators…

Finding the Courage to Visit the Dentist as a Nervous Patient

Being a little bit nervous about going to the dentist is a familiar feeling for many of us. For some, it is worse than others, and going to the dentist can become something of an ordeal. This could happen if you have had a bad or painful experience, or it can simply happen as you keep putting off the appointment and you build it up in your head. The first…

Should you Floss Every Day?

Flossing is an important part of your daily routine and if you don’t do it every day, you really should. It’s good for your general oral hygiene and will keep your gums healthy, meaning you are less likely to have problems with plaque and decay. It cleans up into the gaps between your teeth, right into the gums to remove deep-lying dirt. You should really get into the habit of…