What to Expect After a Tooth Extraction

By Sunset Dental on March 29th, 2019

A tooth extraction is sometimes necessary as a part of staying healthy. Keep your mouth healthy by visiting a dentist regularly. This helps prevent serious infections or conditions that affect your whole mouth and body. Reasons for Tooth Extraction In adulthood, there are reasons that they may need to be extracted, although our teeth are Read More…

Things to Know Before Getting Dental Implants

By Sunset Dental on March 22nd, 2019

Getting dental implants is a popular alternative to dentures that don’t fit well or if your natural tooth roots do not allow for bridgework or other repair options. Dental implants offer significant support for your teeth because during the process, the bone heals around the implant. However, this process can take many months for completion. Read More…

Dealing with Tooth Pain at Home

By Sunset Dental on March 15th, 2019

Does your mouth ache? Do your teeth throb with pain? Toothaches occur when there is damage or irritation to the nerves inside a tooth. Once in a while, tooth pain is a result of trauma to the jaw or neck. If you have tooth pain, make an appointment with your dentist right away. It’s important Read More…

5 Common Types of Dental Surgery

By Sunset Dental on March 8th, 2019

Many times, when a dentist mentions dental surgery it is met with widespread panic and fear from their patients.  The idea is that dental surgery is a painful and expensive procedure. However, what many patients don’t realize is that dental surgery is very common and includes procedures that address conditions that many people have and Read More…

Mouth Infection Types and Symptoms

By Sunset Dental on March 1st, 2019

Properly caring your teeth and gums is important for your oral health and can help lower the risk of getting a mouth infection. Bacteria and viruses can cause infections in your mouth and while they can be common, it’s important to know the symptoms of a mouth infection to avoid any serious health conditions. Fortunately, Read More…