It used to be that only elderly people wore dentures, or so it seemed. But the truth is that times have changed…and so have dentures.
The mouth is home to many different forms of bacteria, and if left unchecked, these bacteria can cause lots of problems for your teeth, gums, and general oral health.
Many of us have taken our healthy smiles for granted at one point or another, and are left to deal with the damage later on. If you are looking for ways to be proactive about your oral hygiene, then you … Read More
People lose teeth from varied reasons like decay, gum disease, cancer treatment and lack of proper care. Tooth loss can also occur playing sports without the proper equipment and from many other types of accidents. No matter how you lost … Read More
Just the words root canal sound painful, don’t they? It usually means something is amiss in your mouth and you need treatment. Too bad they can’t come up with a name that sounds less intimidating.
If you are fearful of going to your dentist, you are not alone! Many people across the nation deal with “dental anxiety” with common causes such as the fear of pain, feelings of helplessness or loss of control, and embarrassment. … Read More
Ask anyone what they care about the most when it comes to their oral health, and most will list two main concerns. They worry about whether their pearly whites are white enough, and they have concerns about their bad breath. … Read More
Our enamel is that shiny hard surface covering our teeth which helps to shield them from decay. Protecting our enamel and keeping it strong is easy to do if you know how. Unfortunately, once you have damaged or eroded it, … Read More
Parents may be surprised to learn that young children should be seen by a dental professional well before they turn two years old. You may also be surprised to learn that tooth decay is now the most common childhood disease.
Periodontal disease may sound a lot more serious than gum disease, but be advised they are exactly the same thing.