Family Dental Group Blog
Few people get through life without cavities. They affect more than 90 percent of the human population. You probably have a few fillings too, but how well do you understand this common dental affliction? Check out the myths and facts listed below to test your knowledge about how cavities develop and how they can be prevented and treated through good […]
Has your breath been very bad? Then you’re experiencing halitosis. Discover how to tame and treat this embarrassing problem.
Dental bonding is a procedure that can correct chips and other defects in your tooth enamel. After your tooth is prepared, a tooth-colored resin is applied to the damaged area. A special light cures or bonds the resin to the tooth. The result is a natural-looking repair that may last up to 10 years with care. Bonding is usually recommended […]
An abscessed tooth can be an extremely painful problem. It’s caused by bacterial infection at the root of a tooth or between the gums and teeth. It’s usually related to severe tooth decay, but trauma and gum disease can also be causes or contributing factors. Advanced abscesses involve infection of the tooth’s inner pulp. In severe cases, the infection can […]
You no longer need to suffer with the shame, discomfort, and dental risks of missing teeth. You can easily replace these teeth with dental implants or dental bridges. Learn which will suit your needs and your smile.
If you’re looking to protect yourself and your family from cavities, look no further than dental sealants. Learn how these tooth sealants can keep your family cavity-free.
If you never corrected your dental problems as a child, you can still get orthodontics as an adult. They offer the same benefits as braces for kids, so there’s no reason to go without treatment. Discover if orthodontics will suit your grown-up dental needs.
Living with missing teeth can affect our comfort and confidence. But a procedure called All-on-4® dental implants can replace your teeth and restore your smile. See if the treatment is right for you.
A cracked tooth can happen to anyone for any number of reasons. Learn more about this dental damage so you’re prepared if it happens to you.
Fluoride is a mineral that has been widely used across the country to prevent tooth decay. Some public health officials have become skeptical of the use of fluoride despite long-standing evidence of its benefits.