Solving Sensitive Teeth
20 April 2021
Do you avoid ice cream, soup or coffee due to sensitive teeth? Teeth sensitivity is often described as wincing or sharp tooth pain that happens after coming in contact with hot or cold temperatures. While sensitive teeth are common and not always cause for concern, it should still be investigated.
Enhancing Your Smile Shouldn’t Be Stressful
19 March 2021
Improving the appearance of your smile can involve a wide range of treatments in cosmetic dentistry, from simple bonding or teeth whitening to a full smile makeover with porcelain veneers or dental implants. Unfortunately, there are many adults who avoid cosmetic dentistry because they assume it is a stressful or painful process. Regardless of whether you are afraid of the time commitment, the expense or the discomfort, cosmetic dentistry is far from stressful. In fact, we make it a positive and highly rewarding experience at Dream Dentist.
Sleep Apnea Treatment: No CPAP Required
15 February 2019
When you suffer from sleep apnea, it can be impossible to get a good night’s rest for both you and your sleeping partner. Maybe having a sleep study done and wearing a mask over your face at night isn’t an appealing solution for you. This method can also be quite costly. Dream Dentist in O'Fallon, IL has a reliable, wallet-friendly alternative for your sleep apnea woes.
My Child Has Gingivitis—What Should I Do?
17 January 2019
“Gingivitis” is the clinical term for inflamed gums; it’s a very common condition. So common, in fact, that even kids can get it.
What Thumb Sucking Does to Your Mouth
17 December 2018
Thumb sucking, using a pacifier, or being given a bottle are things babies enjoy and find comfort in. However, when it is allowed to go on for too long, these vices can have serious effects on the development of the child’s mouth.
May Your Christmas Be Merry and Your Teeth Be Bright
15 November 2018
The holidays are filled with moments where great memories can be made. A warm smile between two loved ones - a family photo to cherish for a lifetime. But the way you feel about your teeth can really affect the emotion you show and how others perceive you.