Correlation Between Dental Care and Overall Wellness

By Sunset Dental on May 29th, 2018

Taking good dental care of your mouth, teeth and gums is not only beneficial to preventing tooth decay, cavities and bad breath, it can also help prevent certain medical conditions like cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis, and help identify eating disorders, sleeping problems, anxiety and stress. The case for good oral hygiene keeps getting stronger. The Read More…

How to find if you’re a Candidate for a Root Canal?

By Sunset Dental on May 23rd, 2018

If you are experiencing tooth pain that is so severe, what are your options? Can your pain be healed by just salt water rinses and a better oral health regime, or will you require a trip to the dentist or specialist? How do you know if a root canal treatment is your best option for Read More…

Six Simple Ways to Heal Tooth Decay and Reverse Cavities

By Sunset Dental on May 18th, 2018

Like most people, when you discover you have a cavity or pain in your teeth, the first thing you do is make an appointment with your dentist as you think that fillings are the only way to fix cavities. However, what most people fail to realize is that tooth decay and cavities can be reversed Read More…

Dentist or Oral Surgeon? What Specialist is Best for You?

By Sunset Dental on May 15th, 2018

When you visit the dentist, you often meet many staff members, each of whom is responsible for one or more aspects of your oral health care. When choosing a dental professional to provide a specific service, however, many patients may not understand the difference between a dentist and an oral surgeon. It is an important Read More…

Pediatric dentists recommendations for children’s oral health

By Sunset Dental on May 11th, 2018

Good oral health is important for everyone, even for babies and young children. However, good oral health is not only about caring for your child’s teeth, it is also about  educating them and yourself about the importance of maintaining good oral hygiene starting at a very young age. Also, because a lot of people are Read More…

Can red wine boost your oral health?

By Sunset Dental on May 8th, 2018

If you’re a red wine drinker, you may already know about the health benefits of having a glass of wine daily. However, new research has found yet another piece of evidence why you should keep on enjoying wine! These recent studies now reveal that red wine may be just as important to your dental health Read More…

Dental Implant Options

By Sunset Dental on May 3rd, 2018

One of the major concerns around dental implants is the cost associated with them. To help you make an informed decision that is best for your oral health, it is important you understand that you many have other options in situations where a dental implant might be used…options that might be less expensive and more Read More…