Why Is Your Dental Crown Sensitive?

Once you've had your tooth crowned, you'll expect everything to go back to normal with the treated tooth. The crown replaces your natural tooth and deals with any problems you may have had. However, sometimes crowns can give you some problems after they're fitted. For example, you may notice that your new tooth is quite sensitive. Why does this happen, and is it a problem? General Crown Sensitivity It's quite common to notice a little extra sensitivity after you've had a crown fitted. [Read More]

Coping With Dental Phobia While Having a Root Canal Procedure

Being afraid of the dentist is not at all uncommon. Dental phobia is something that affects a large percentage of the population. Many feel a vague discomfort when thinking about the dentist, while some are so afraid that they avoid going to the dentist at every cost. One common procedure that in particular seems to terrify people suffering from dental phobia is the root canal treatment. It's an important procedure to go through if it's needed, as it can save your tooth and make your overall oral health better. [Read More]

Surviving your tooth extraction

Tooth extractions are never fun, but they don't have to be the stuff of nightmares either. If you've been advised that a tooth has got to go, read on to find out how it's done. Along the way, you might even learn a few tricks to surviving the process. Why does the dentist need to extract your tooth? Tooth extractions need to be done for many reasons. Wisdom teeth: Problems with wisdom teeth are common, and many tooth extractions are necessary because wisdom teeth have emerged from the gums misaligned or causing pressure on the surrounding teeth. [Read More]

When Bonding Gives You and Edge: How Edge Bonding Can Restore Worn Teeth

All materials, no matter how tough or durable, eventually begin to erode. In regards to teeth, which come together every time you eat something or exert yourself, erosion is a foregone conclusion. It is normal then, as you age, for your teeth to become shorter. They may also experience wear and tear around the edges, giving your teeth a jagged or uneven appearance. Naturally, chipped teeth that have an irregular surface edge negatively affect your smile. [Read More]