Are Lingual Braces A Better Option For You?

When it comes to braces, you have far more options than the traditional metal braces. One option is lingual braces. If your orthodontist has recommended braces, here is what you need to know to talk to him or her about getting lingual braces.   What Are Lingual Braces? Lingual braces are similar to the traditional metal braces you are familiar with, but there is one noticeable difference. Instead of the braces being placed on the front of your teeth, they are placed on the back. Read More 

Choosing The Right Dentist For Your Special Needs Child

Going to the dentist can be difficult for any child, but for children with special needs, it can be particularly challenging. Finding the right dentist can help to make your child feel more comfortable while ensuring he or she gets the care needed. Here are a few things to ask when looking for a dentist to care for your special needs child. What Is Your Treatment Approach? Approaching treatment for special needs children can be different than it is for other patients. Read More 

Have Oral Cancer And Tooth Loss? Dentures Could Be The Answer

If you've recently found out that you have oral cancer and you worry that you should aggressively remove the tissue around your teeth and throughout the mouth, there are some ways that you can do this and still resume your diet and drinking habits. If you are worried about losing several teeth and tissues because of the cancer, you want to talk with a dentist, like Michele A Bibeau DDS, about being aggressive with the removal and getting dentures. Read More 

2 Tips To Keep Your Porcelain Crowns From Chipping As A Teen

If your tooth is severely damaged and you want to prevent any possibilities of a root canal, then you may need to get outfitted with a crown. A dental crown is the next step after getting a dental filling. Composite and porcelain crowns are more commonly used because they are more aesthetically pleasing. If you decide to settle on a porcelain crown as a teen, then it is important to practice proper dental care. Read More 

Dental Reconstruction After Tooth Loss: Exploring Your Options

Whether you've recently lost a tooth due to trauma or had to have one extracted by a dentist, the fact remains that you may be feeling self-conscious about your smile due to your missing tooth or teeth. The good news, however, is that dental advancements have made it possible to restore the appearance of your smile and hide the fact that you've lost adult teeth. Specifically, there are a few restorative dental options to consider speaking with your dentist about. Read More