Filling Options For Kids

Posted on: 14 October 2016

No parent likes to hear that their child has a cavity, but it can be somewhat of a relief to find out that the problem tooth is a baby tooth. Most dentists will opt to do a filling in the baby tooth instead of pulling it, unless the adult tooth is already properly positioned to erupt soon. You will have several options of filling materials in this case. The following guide can help you understand them better. [Read More]

The Four Benefits Of Investing In Teeth Whitening Procedures

Posted on: 28 September 2016

Going to a cosmetic dentist for teeth whitening is fairly common. However, paying for the treatment is often something people are hesitant about. After all, there are cheaper over-the-counter, methods. Here are the four benefits of investing in having the procedure done by your cosmetic dentist. It's the Best Anti-Aging Procedure: Your smile is definitely one of the top things that people notice upon first meeting you. Having a white smile not only says that you have great oral hygiene, but it also makes you appear much younger. [Read More]

4 Safe Ways To Whiten Your Teeth

Posted on: 8 September 2016

If you fear dental sensitivity, you may be hesitant to whiten your teeth with a whitening kit. If used too frequently, over-the-counter kits can cause sensitive teeth. Nevertheless, there are natural alternatives that can whiten your teeth effectively. Here are a few of them: Diluted Hydrogen Peroxide Hydrogen peroxide can be diluted for use to whiten your teeth. The liquid is available at most stores in a concentration of three percent. [Read More]

Struggling to Establish a Breastfeeding Relationship with Your Newborn? Should You Seek Tongue-Tie Surgery?

Posted on: 22 August 2016

If your dreams of having a child have always included the mental image of holding a snuggling infant to your breast, you may be frustrated by latching issues that interfere with the establishment of a breastfeeding relationship. A bad latch between mouth and nipple can cause your child to ingest too much air and develop gas, interfere with the balance of foremilk and hindmilk your body produces, and cause nipple pain and even cracking and bleeding. [Read More]