Have you noticed your child’s gums are swollen and you wonder what might have caused it? You might be worried and wonder if it’s normal or if there is an issue that requires an appointment with your pediatric dentist.In this article, we will explain the possible causes of swollen gums and what you can do about it so that your child can grow healthy teeth. We will also look at a few possible treatments that can help remedy the problem.
General dentists and specialists both perform dental treatments, but have different areas of focus. Read on in this blog from Shine Dental to find out what sets general dentists and specialists apart.
Do you want to fix your teeth and finally get the beautiful and healthy smile you always wanted but don't know where to start?
Tooth extractions are not that uncommon and can sometimes be needed as part of cosmetic dentistry if, for example, you need to remove the wisdom tooth to correct the alignment of your teeth.
Dentures are removable false teeth that need to be replaced about every 7-10 years. Dental implants are false teeth that are attached to an implant that is made into the jaw bone. Do you have missing teeth and are wondering if dentures or dental implants are a better option for you? Contact us at Shine Dental to schedule a consultation with Dr. Katelyn Miller.
If you’re thinking about getting dental implants in Sunbury, you may be wondering how to choose the right implant dentist. What should you be looking for in a dental implant specialist? That’s a great question. Let’s take a look at the top 5 things you should be considering when choosing an implant dentist in Sunbury.
Cavities are the most common oral health issue in children and adults of all ages. Over 90% of people in the US have had at least one cavity. So you may be wondering how you can prevent tooth decay and reduce your risk of developing a cavity. Find out in this blog from Shine Dental.
Not sure if a dental implant in Sunbury from Dr. Katelyn Miller is right for you? In this blog from Shine Dental, we’ll discuss the top 5 signs that implant dentistry may be right for you. Let’s get started now.
If you’re having a tooth extracted at Shine Dental, you may be wondering what to expect and what to do after your appointment with Dr. Miller. So we’ve put together a quick guide to what you can expect from the tooth extraction process, and instructions on how to recover from your surgery.
Wondering how dentures can improve your daily life? In this guide from Shine Dental, we’ll discuss a few of the ways getting dentures in Sunbury can make your life easier. Read on and get all the information you need about the benefits of dentures.
One of the best things about dental implants is that they can last up to 30+ years, making them the most long-lasting method for tooth replacement. In fact, many patients are able to keep a dental implant for the rest of their lives. However, proper implant care is essential for a long lifespan. Learn more below from Shine Dental, and see the top 5 steps you can take for a longer-lasting implant.
Not sure if it’s safe to see a dentist like Dr. Katelyn Miller during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak? In this blog, we outline the steps we are taking to keep you safe, while providing excellent dental care.
If you need a dental crown in Sunbury, you may have some questions about crowns and the crown treatment process. So in this blog from Shine Dental, we’ll take a look at a few frequently asked questions that patients often ask Dr. Miller when they’re getting a dental crown. Let’s get started.
If you have stained teeth in Sunbury and you’re interested in teeth whitening from Dr. Katelyn Miller at Shine Dental, you may be wondering what the best option is for whitening your smile. Should you choose professional at-home whitening from Shine Dental, or an in-office appointment with Dr. Miller? What’s the difference? Find out below!
Ever since she can remember, Dr. Miller has always had a passion for art and science. In high school, she would have told you that she was either going to be a graphic designer or a medical doctor. During her last year of college, she took a job as a dental assistant, and the rest is history! It was then that she realized a career in dentistry would combine her artful skill and desire to improve people’s lives.