1. The Best Ways to Deal with Stress and Anxiety when You Require Dental Surgery

    Stress and anxiety are common for millions of people when facing the prospect of dental surgery. Many people base their reactions not on direct experience, really, but on the minor aches and pains and stings from previous dental work as well as horror stories other people enjoy talking about. If you are facing the prospect of major dental surgery, there are a few things you can do to help reduce t…Read More

  2. The 4 Most Common Cosmetic Dentistry Options

    Any type of cosmetic work is designed to help improve the appearance of the teeth (and smile). When you’re talking about cosmetic dentistry, it’s referring to any type of work that can help to artificially improve your smile. Four of the most common cosmetic dentistry options people choose are: Crowns Bridges Veneers Implants We’ll look at each of these in a bit more detail. Crowns A crown i…Read More

  3. Treating Post Dental Surgery Pain

    One of the key reasons why people avoid the dentist is because they often feel some sort of pain afterward, or during the procedure. If you have had dental surgery, such as the extraction of a tooth or a root canal, then the pain can be intense and it can last for several days. There are several things that you can do to help alleviate the pain after dental surgery. There are also a few things tha…Read More

  4. What is Dental Surgery?

    Any procedure that alters, modifies, or corrects teeth and jaw bones falls under the category of dental surgery. Cosmetic dental surgery is more specific and includes things like alignment and veneers. Dental prosthetics like crowns, bridges, veneers, implants, and dentures are all considered cosmetic even though they are necessary for some people to be able to chew properly and keep their mouth s…Read More