Dental Bone Graft: What to Expect

Dental Bone Grafting is a procedure used to build up new bone in on area of your jaw that used to hold teeth.

5 Kinds of Food to Avoid With Braces

We’ve put together a list of the foods you should and not eat with braces. But first, let’s take a look at why you need to avoid certain foods.

Everything You Need to Know About Teeth Whitening

One of the first things people notice is our smile. Because many people strive to have a beautiful smile, teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments.

Tooth Crown Replacement: Everything You Need to Know

There are so many reasons why a patient needs a dental crowns. Over time, your teeth can get damaged because of decay, injuries, age, wear and tear or simply genetics.

The Ultimate Guide to Tooth Extraction Aftercare

A Tooth extraction is a dental procedure that involves the complete removal of a tooth from your mouth. This can be necessary for many reasons: from the overcrowding of teeth to tooth decay.

Preparing for a Dental Crown Procedure

A dental crown is a protective covering for your damaged tooth or teeth that are custom-made just for you. A crown can make the difference between saving a natural tooth or having it extracted.

Dos and Don’ts After Wisdom Tooth Extraction

We’re going to talk about the Dos and Don’ts of wisdom tooth extraction surgery recovery in this Smile Solutions Family Dentistry article.

Are Dental Implants Safe? Here’s What You Should Know

Missing teeth may not seem like a big deal, but in reality, they can negatively affect your oral health and overall quality of life.

What Is All-on-4®, and How Do They Compare to Conventional Dentures?

All-on-4 Dental Implants are a great alternative to conventional dentures. They are more cost-effective, and can last a lifetime.

5 Signs You May Need Your Wisdom Teeth Extracted

The pain and discomfort of an impacted tooth can be quite unpleasant. If gone untreated, impacted (or partially impacted) wisdom teeth can lead to the infection, development of cysts, and even tumors—which have the potential to destroy the your jaw.