For thousands of years people have practiced taking care of dental issues they have encountered, often at great pain to themselves and those close to them. The painful problems associated with decaying teeth must have prompted them to figure out solutions.
Every age had its example of dental prostheses, and evidence of early dental “surgery” abounds: from early Egyptians and Greeks, to ancient Chinese, we find examples of dental work designed to help people with problems associated with improper oral care.
Dentists have generally been connected with ache. No journey to the dentist has ever been a welcome journey, which is a shame because of the help they provide. Many people, young and old, see the voyage to a dentist appointment as a prelude to torment. The sound of the specialized dental drill can cause great anxiety. We feel that this distress can be reduced by knowing the facts, and finding the resources which help you find and choose the right dentist for you and your particular problem. We hope you browse the articles we will publish here on our site, and find what you need to make your trip to the dentist a less anxiety-producing one. Thanks for reading, and please check back often to see what we have added since your last visit.