For patients living without their teeth, the most secure form of replacement are dental implants in Philadelphia. What’s better, though: to have a full set of teeth replaced at once, or to receive single replacements over time? To arrive at the right answer, let’s first take a look at how the dental implant procedure works.
August 2, 2018
July 16, 2018
This may be some news that gets a lot of people’s attention! Researchers have found evidence that drinking wine may have a positive impact on your oral health and help to prevent gum disease in Horsham. Does that sound unbelievable? If so, then read on as your local dentist weighs in with a novel approach to fighting harmful bacteria that could contribute to gum (periodontal) disease.
June 10, 2018
After years of feeling dissatisfied with your appearance, are you ready to rejuvenate your smile for summer? If imperfect teeth have left you feeling insecure about your looks, you can revamp your confidence in as little as two appointments with porcelain veneers in Philadelphia. Your cosmetic dentist will cover the flaws with a long-lasting solution that looks natural. Not convinced? Here are the top 6 reasons why you should choose veneers for your new smile.
May 22, 2018
A bright beautiful smile is important to help you feel confident. Unfortunately, your teeth will naturally start to discolor over time. As your enamel loses its luster, there are several factors that could be the cause, like the foods you eat. It is no secret that coffee, tea, and berries can cause your enamel to darken, but did you know that there are foods that can also help to whiten your teeth? Your dentist in Horsham will suggest changes to your diet to help restore your confidence with a whiter smile.
April 20, 2018
Root canal therapy has gotten a bad reputation. If you need a root canal, we have some great news – this negative reputation is very unfair. In fact, root canal therapy typically relieves the pain and dental sensitivity many patients feel prior to receiving this treatment. Root canals are comfortable, and they may just allow our team to save your damaged tooth. In this post, we’ll walk you through just what to expect, during and after your root canal therapy.
March 22, 2018
You take great care to prevent the development of tooth decay, but did you know that there is another danger threatening your oral health? Gum disease is a common infection that affects roughly 50% of adults in the United States. It is a leading cause for tooth loss and can negatively impact your oral and general health. While it is preventable and easily treatable when caught early, many fail to recognize the signs of the condition, allowing it to progress in severity until significant periodontal pain and complications develop. To protect your smile, it is important to seek treatment at the first sign of the infection.
February 1, 2018
Unfortunately, you might need root canal therapy in Philadelphia. If that’s the case, don’t begin to worry about the procedure. In fact, root canals are practically painless nowadays and work to save patient’s teeth! Learn more in this week’s blog post.
January 1, 2018
Have you grown tired of looking in the mirror and seeing the daily reminder that you still haven’t gotten around to having your teeth straightened? It’s like there’s always a nagging voice in the back of your mind, nudging you to schedule that consultation. Understandably though, you may just want to avoid getting braces! Years of having metal in your mouth may not sound (or look) particularly appealing, but you’re not sure if there’s any other way. You may have even heard of Invisalign treatment, but aren’t sure that you would be a good candidate. If so, keep reading to find out if this invisible orthodontic option would work for you.
December 1, 2017
With the holidays among us, there will be lots of traveling. Many people will be going from state to state and country to country to see friends and family, but your dentist in Horsham doesn’t want you to put your oral health on the back burner while you’re traveling. It’s still important to brush and floss your teeth, even when you’re out of town!
November 1, 2017
Little do many patients know, root canals can help relieve excruciating dental pain. Contrary to the popular belief that root canals are a painful procedure themselves, root canals remove infectious materials to help fix your inflamed roots.
If you would like to learn more about root canals and how they help you, this post is for you.