Wilmington Family Dental Blog
September 13, 2017
You’ve heard about wisdom teeth extractions. Your own have come in and they’re not causing pain. You wonder if you really need to remove your wisdom teeth? Are some people able to keep them? How do you know if an extraction is best for your situation? Here are the answers to your questions about wisdom teeth from your dentist in Wilmington.
August 9, 2017
Misaligned teeth can have a negative impact on your everyday life. They might make you hold back from smiling, and they can put a damper on your confidence in social situations, but the downsides go beyond the cosmetic. Crooked teeth are more difficult to clean, meaning that it is easier for bacteria and plaque to create cavities. If you want a straight smile that you can’t help but show off, consider visiting your local dental expert to discuss all of the advantages of Invisalign in Wilmington.
June 20, 2017
If you, like millions of Americans (just under 50% the adult population), have bleeding, swollen, tender gums and persistent bad breath, there’s a good chance you are dealing with gum disease. The risk rises above age 35, then again past age 55. Visit your dentist regularly to keep your smile healthy and clean — but if the condition does get a chance to develop despite our preventive efforts, periodontist Dr. Kevin Guze provides expert therapy at Wilmington Family Dental.
May 12, 2017
Your children are following in your footsteps – they seemed to have received the athletic gene from you and your son is busy with football, while your daughter excels at soccer. You’ve always tried to set a good example for them in a healthy lifestyle, and are an avid bike rider. But with everything involved in being a good role model for active kids like these, is there anything you’re missing? Your dentist in Wilmington reminds you to take care of your smile if you’re an athlete. In this post, the team at Wilmington Family Dental teaches you the top 3 dental tips athletes need, including to wear sportsguards in Wilmington.
April 15, 2017
As you reflect on your past experiences, you will start to realize that there were many times you thought you were being punished or rejected of something good. But in reality, you may have been being redirected to something better. Fracturing a troubled tooth—or several—may be a blessing in disguise. The most important aspect of turning an otherwise unfortunate situation into something positive is to recognize when and which actions to take to make it better. In this case, having the ability to recognize when you need help restoring your smile rather than ignoring your tooth pain will make the difference. If you take the time to visit Wilmington Family Dental, our dentist can help replace your broken teeth with dental crowns in Wilmington for a strong, re-stabilized smile built to last.
July 23, 2016
In-office teeth whitening at Wilmington Family Dental renews your tooth color by up to 10 full shades. Think how that can boost your confidence! Learn why teeth stain and why in-office teeth whitening works better than over the counter products. (more…)
June 6, 2016
Who should you trust for your smile makeover? Wilmington Family Dental has the technical expertise and creative vision for your outstanding smile makeover. (more…)
May 3, 2016
You’ve got to take the good news with the bad news—or so the saying goes. For example, perhaps at one of your regular dental checkups your Wilmington dentist at Wilmington Family Dental reports that you have a cavity. That’s the bad news. The good news, however, is that your cavity can now be repaired with a tooth-colored filling. Gone are the days when you had to tolerate a dark spot in your smile in order to treat tooth decay. Tooth-colored fillings offer a number of advantages over silver fillings. Let’s take a look at some of the differences between these two types of restorative options.
March 28, 2016
No matter how hard you try to care for your teeth, there may come a time when you need a restorative dentist in Wilmington. Restorative dentistry is needed to repair areas of the teeth that have become damaged or injured. Using an array of restorative techniques and procedures, a restorative dentist is able to repair the damage while restoring the function of the tooth to prevent additional damage.
March 25, 2016
The words “root canal therapy” frighten you, but they needn’t. In fact, this traditional dental restoration relieves pain and infection and breathes new life into damaged teeth. Root canal therapy is comfortable and takes just 2 short visits to the professional team at Wilmington Family Dental in Winthrop. (more…)