You only have one set of adult teeth, and they need to last until you are 80, 90, or beyond. The actions you take towards your teeth today will either benefit you or harm you in the future. Of course, good dental care starts with seeing a dentist regularly. You should go in for cleanings and checkups, and any other time you think something might be amiss with your teeth. Education is important when it comes to any aspect of your health, so start reading the articles on this website to educate yourself about dentists and dental care. We promise that when you're 80 and you still have your teeth, you won't regret the time spent.
18 November 2021
If you don't see your dentist on a regular basis, you might be at an increased risk for dental problems. If your teeth look fine, you might not think that you have anything to worry about, but that's not the case. You could have problems going on under the surface that you haven't noticed yet. Not only that but there could be factors in your life that are increasing your risk for dental problems.
11 October 2021
If your child knocks out a tooth when they are outside playing, you want to make sure that their tooth isn't damaged and that it can go back into their mouth and continue to be part of your child's mouth for as long as possible. There are several things that you should do if your child's tooth gets knocked. You should take your child to their dentist as soon as possible, of course.
27 August 2021
Thanks to dental technology advancements, patients now have a wide variety of teeth replacement treatments. Even so, there's no doubt that dental implants stand out due to their unique characteristics. If you are torn between bridges, dentures, and implants, read on to find out more about implants to help you make your decision. Bone Loss Prevention Did you know that missing teeth can be all it takes for your jawbone to start shrinking?
21 July 2021
When your child has to go to the dentist for a treatment, one of the greatest fears that your child might have is the shot that is designed to numb your child's mouth. However, pediatric dentistry has come a long way and it may be possible to deliver a shot that is entirely painless through a painless injection system. This is fortunate because proper dental care is essential for your child's long-term oral health.
10 June 2021
Facial trauma and tooth infections are common causes of tooth loss. Losing your teeth is a painful experience, and the gaps cause a cosmetic problem. If you have gaps, you may lose the confidence to chat with people or even smile. The gaps can also cause teeth to shift, leading to misalignment. Fortunately, dental implants can help fill the gaps and restore your smile. However, getting the implants costs money, and you need to know the costs.