Dental Dilemmas And Defense: When Care Is Strained By Sensory-Related Problems

Drills are buzzing and people are hovering around your open mouth. Questions are thrown at you while they poke around on your gums, applying various substances to your teeth. Yep, you're at the dentist. For some people, a visit to the dentist means sensory overload. However, by bringing your discomfort to your dentist's attention, the dental experience can change from distressing to more comfortable. How Your Senses Can Sabotage Your Dental Visit

6 Strategies For More Effective Toothbrushing

You've made a list of things you want to accomplish, and one is to be more dedicated to your dental health. You haven't been to the dentist in a while, and you've been remiss about flossing your teeth. As you begin flossing daily, also pay more attention to your brushing strategies. You already know the basic requirement of brushing two to three times per day, but additional actions can boost your dental health.

Ways Cosmetic Dentistry Can Change Your Smile

Beyond teeth whitening and braces lies a whole world of cosmetic dentistry that can change your mouth and give you the smile tat you have always wanted.  If you have ever shied away from smiling and/or experienced self-esteem problems because of the way your smile looks, it is worth investigating what cosmetic dentistry can do for you. Here are some of the procedures that can be done to change the look of your smile: