Posts Tagged ‘Las Vegas Dentist’
New Years Resolutions For Better Dental Health
Welcome to a new year filled with resolutions, goals, and, hopefully, new routines. As we move deeper into January, we can determine which habits may stick over the long haul. Hopefully, improved dental hygiene is part of your new routine. Maintaining your dental health is a lifelong, dedicated commitment. Below we will discuss the importance…Read More
Dental Care And Protection From CoronaVirus
As we begin to emerge from our government imposed quarantine, there will be a lot of questions abut how to keep patients and employees safe and disease free. As many know, the dental field goes above and beyond in maintaining a clean work area for both patients and employees. Precautions We Will Take For…Read More
How Often Should I Get My Teeth Cleaned?
The standard of care for professional dental cleanings has long been every 6 months. This still holds true today for most patients. Studies have repeatedly shown that those who go to regular dental visits are less likely to have the need for a dental restoration or to have a tooth removed. Are Teeth Cleanings Necessary?…Read More
Teeth Whitening With Hydrogen Peroxide
Teeth whitening is a popular dental treatment but many want to know if it can be done at home? Hydrogen peroxide is a common product in most homes medicine cabinets as well as first aid kits. It has a range of uses. Hydrogen peroxide is also an active ingredient in many teeth whitening treatments. This has…Read More
Dentistry And Blood Thinners = Dangerous Mix?
Blood thinners are prescription medications taken by many dental patients. Blood thinners are used in medicine to prevent potentially fatal blood clots. Blood clots can lead to stroke, heart attack, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), or pulmonary embolism (PE). These blood thinners prevent clotting they cause a possible danger to dental procedures that may cause bleeding. The…Read More
Antibiotics And Dental Infections
Dental Infections (also referred to as an abscess) generally develops as a result of untreated tooth decay and poor oral hygiene. However, a dental infection can also develop from other reasons previous dental work or traumatic injury. When a dental infection begins to develop, a pocket of pus forms in the mouth as a result of an overwhelming…Read More
Why Is Good Dental Hygiene Important?
The effects of poor dental hygiene can range from tooth decay to periodontal disease, and loss of teeth. Luckily, maintaining a good dental hygiene regimen, including regular professional teeth cleaning and dental examinations can prevent most of these problems. If you choose not to maintain good dental habits (including brushing and flossing), you are putting…Read More
Are Your Teeth Yellow?
Teeth whitening has become quite popular over the last 2 decades. From over the counter whitening toothpastes to teeth whitening strips to professional teeth whitening. People are in pursuit of that perfectly white smile. Teeth whitening is a positive thing if it makes you feel good about yourself. Methods Of Teeth Whitening There are multiple…Read More
Can Receding Gums Regrow Back?
Receding gum tissue can be an issue especially as we get older. Normal healthy gum tissue will follow snugly against the conforms of our teeth. Gum recession occurs when the gum tissue recedes or pulls away from teeth exposing the root below. This creates an esthetic issue as well as a functional one. The roots…Read More
We Will Never Forget
We will never forget the lives lost on 9/11 and the brave men who fought to defend the freedoms of our nation.Read More