Can Adults Get Dental Sealants?

Dental sealants are designed to protect your teeth from plaque and decay. They’re a popular choice for young patients who may need a little extra help keeping their teeth clean. But can adults get dental sealants too? Check out our blog post for answers.

How Long Do Dentures Last?

Are you looking to replace missing teeth in your smile? If so, then dentures may be the perfect option for your tooth replacement needs! Dentures offer a wide variety of benefits for patients. Read our blog post for what you need to know about dentures including the different types and their longevity!

Alternatives to Flossing

If you’re not in the habit of flossing regularly, at least 40% of your tooth’s surface is at increased risk for cavities and decay. If you’re just not a fan of traditional floss, that’s okay. Check out our blog post for a list of alternatives to traditional floss to help you find the best option for your smile.

Tips to Help Your Kids Have Healthy Teeth & Gums

When it comes to helping your kids enjoy a lifetime of oral health, it’s never too early to build good habits. If you’re wondering how to get started with your little ones, you’ve come to the right place. Check out our blog post for our list of tips to help your kid have healthy teeth and gums.

How Vitamins & Minerals Affect Your Teeth

There are many factors that can help contribute to great oral health. Regular dental cleanings, a strong at-home oral hygiene routine, and a diet filled with vitamins and nutrients all positively impact oral health. Read our blog post to see how vitamins and minerals can directly impact your smile!

Common Symptoms of Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is one of the most common dental issues we treat at Artistic Dentistry. Like many problems, the sooner you spot and address tooth decay, the better. To help you learn to tell if you might have tooth decay, check out our blog post for a list of common symptoms.

Tips to Avoid a Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies can throw a wrench in your oral health and leave you with long-term tooth damage. Check out our blog post for some steps you can take to help reduce your chances of having a dental emergency.