Is Your Smile Lacking Full Rows? Dental Implants Can Help!

Is your smile lacking full rows? Dental implants can help! Dental implants are a highly advanced form of tooth replacement therapy that uses artificial teeth to replace missing ones forever by attaching them directly to the bone in your jaw. Dental implants are designed to transform your oral health care and fill out your facial… Read more »

Did You Know That Sugarless Gum Can Improve Your Oral Health?

Did you know that sugarless gum can improve your oral health? Although sugarless gum is often associated as a post-meal snack to whiten your teeth, the true powers of gum lie in their ability to keep your teeth clean and fresh. Chewing sugarless gum has various benefits beyond just freshening your breath. According to many… Read more »

Pack These Oral Hygiene Items While Traveling

Whether you’re traveling minutes away from your home or across the world, it’s still important to take good care of your smile. This means you need to brush twice a day and floss once a day while you’re away. To help you do so, Dr. and our dental team have some oral hygiene packing tips… Read more »

A Temporary Crown Does Not Restore a Tooth’s Ability to Chew

A dental crown restoration typically has two distinction stages of treatment. The first appointment calls for removing the enamel layer of the tooth and addressing any decay that might have affected the internal structures of the tooth. This leaves behind an abutment that can anchor the crown in place. Dr. will then create an impression,… Read more »

There Are Multiple Methods for Restoring Your Natural White Smile

At , our dental staff understands the kind of anxiety and social discomfort that comes with having a stained smile. Fortunately, our highly trained dentist is experienced in a wide range of cosmetic dental treatments. The severity of the stains on your teeth will determine the whitening method or treatment recommends. Sometimes minor surface stains… Read more »

Tooth Loss from an Untreated Cavity Can Often Be Fixed with a Bridge

Cavities are often the end product of poor oral hygiene habits or irregular attendance to your regular dental checkup at . Without timely, professional treatment, the bacterial decay can gradually penetrate deep into the root of the tooth. If the decay is too extreme to be treated by a root canal, Dr. might recommend a… Read more »

A Crown Might Be Needed to Restore a Tooth Suffering from a Dental Fracture

Dental fractures are often an unfortunate result of oral trauma or other unnatural activity. Regardless of the cause, we strongly recommend having all dental fractures treated at Dentist 4 Life. The damaged enamel can cause heightened sensitivity and even trap food particles and plaque. This can cause a dangerous cavity in the otherwise healthy tooth… Read more »

The Facts About Bi-Annual Teeth Cleanings

You probably know that you should visit our team regularly if you’re interested in protecting the health of your teeth. For this reason, even though your time is important, we recommend visiting us twice a month. In reality, skipping these bi-annual cleanings can lead to a number of problems. Of course, our team will clean… Read more »

Treating Tooth Decay: What You Should Know

Have you ever chomped down on a favorite food only to have pain shoot through your mouth? While there are a number of potential reasons for this pain, did you know that tooth decay is one possible cause? Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to address tooth decay. For instance, if… Read more »

Simple Tricks for Great Oral Health

It’s really easy to think about your waistline, improving your sleep, or other health-related goals when focusing on how to improve your overall health. One aspect, though, that’s chronically overlooked is that of your oral health. Your oral health is hugely important for the health of the rest of your body, and without great oral… Read more »