Many people avoid going to the dentist. While we might claim we’re too busy, for many of us, the real reason is a fear of visiting the dentist. This could be because we have overly sensitive teeth and every visit is painful, but it could also be a real phobia – fear of dentists is.. read more →

Dental health should be a priority for everyone. Along with visiting teeth whitening clinics in Orland Park, there are several steps you can take to keep your mouth look and feel great. 1.Check Up on Pain: While many people have occasional mouth and tooth pain, chronic pain could be a symptom of a more serious.. read more →

The dentists at teeth whitening clinics in Orland Park can tell you what whitening procedure will be the most effective for you. Not all types of tooth discoloration can benefit from whitening, says Mouth Healthy. Yellowish teeth will usually bleach well, while brownish teeth will not show as much whitening. Gray-toned teeth may possibly not.. read more →

Many people postpone dental visits, or—worse—do not see a dentist at all because they are afraid, anxious or stressful about seeing one. Sedation dentistry will allow you to see to your dental needs. It is a safe and effective method of dental care in which a mild oral sedative is used with nitrous oxide. If.. read more →

The use of braces in children and adults has been increasing each year, but dental veneers are also on the rise. These are not simply cosmetic fixes. They are helpful ways to maintain your healthy mouth. Crooked teeth need to be corrected, and this used to be accomplished with braces. However, braces may take over.. read more →

In an article in the Wall Street Journal in 2011, experts spoke about the ways in which your gums, teeth and lips can disclose early indications of health problems in other parts of the body. In effect, when you smile, your dentist sees far beyond your teeth. You may never have heard of diabetes dental.. read more →

Dentistry has evolved from treating teeth to recognizing a link between the conditions in the mouth and systemic diseases. Heart disease has long been referred to as the silent killer. People who are at high risk for having a heart attack may feel perfectly healthy. Despite feeling fine, however, they may have arthrosclerosis, or lipid.. read more →

26 Mar 2012
March 26, 2012

Crown Bridges

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If you have large, old silver fillings in your mouth, did you know your tooth can be at risk for fracturing? Studies have shown if the filling takes up more than 50% of the tooth’s biting surface it’s at significantly greater risk of breaking. Teeth that fracture can lead to root canals, pain, abscesses and.. read more →

21 Mar 2012
March 21, 2012

Dental Implants

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Do you avoid eating certain types of food because you are worried your dentures are going to fall out? If you answered yes, dentistry has the solution for you. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are placed in the areas where your teeth used to be. The implants will then hold your denture in.. read more →