Island Coast Dentistry Blog

4 Advantages of Getting a Dental Checkup Regularly

Most people don’t like going to the dentist and avoid it at all costs. So they put it off as long as possible. But going to the dentist just twice a year can make a big difference in your life and not just when it comes to your teeth. There are many advantages of going […]

A 10 Step Guide to Root Canals

When you have a root canal scheduled for the first time, you probably feel a bit scared, particularly if you’ve heard horror stories about what others have gone through. But we’re going to go through what you can expect and what will happen during the procedure. This should help you feel a bit better about […]

5 Reasons to Floss Your Teeth Every Day

A lot of people know that brushing and flossing is important to oral health. But they think that brushing is enough and flossing is just an annoyance. The truth is that flossing is just as important as brushing and there are many benefits to flossing every day. Below are six good reasons to floss your […]

5 Things You can do to Prevent Cavities

No one likes going to the dentist. But there are things that you can do to help make sure that your next dental checkup is a lot better, and that you avoid that dreaded drill. Below are five things that you can do to help avoid cavities and gum disease. 1. Brush twice each day […]

A Short Guide to Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Are your wisdom teeth giving you problems? A lot of people when they’re early twenties or late teens go to the dentist for wisdom teeth extraction. However, this isn’t something that everyone has to have done. Even though dentists have different opinions regarding whether it’s necessary to have this done, if you’re thinking it’s a […]

What Can Happen if You Don’t Treat a Cavity?

What Can Happen if You Don’t Treat a Cavity?

A lot of people hate going to the dentist. But when you have pain in your tooth and you think that you might have a cavity, it’s best to have it checked out. Let’s take a look at what can happen if you let your cavity go. When you have a cavity in a tooth, […]