Improving Your Oral Health With Dental Restorations

27 November 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

As people age, their teeth may not look as good as they did years before. Poor oral hygiene, broken or missing teeth, and even wear and tear can take a toll on your smile. Restorative dentistry treatments can correct a malocclusion, replace missing teeth, and improve the way you chew. Restorative dentistry treatments can help people of all ages, and the name refers to both simple treatments and more complex therapies. Read More 

Periodontal Disease During Pregnancy

28 October 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you are already pregnant or planning a pregnancy in the near future, see your dentist as soon as possible. Pregnancy can cause oral health problems as a result of fluctuating hormones such as progesterone and estrogen. When this happens, your gum tissue may be more susceptible to the effects of plaque. This raises your risk of having periodontal disease, which can affect the health of your newborn if not recognized and treated promptly. Read More 

3 Useful Tips When Choosing A Dentist For The First Time

30 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

At some point in your life, you may suffer a dental issue that warrants help from a dentist. There are probably a lot of dentists in your area to work with, but you can make the right choice with ease by taking advantage of these tips.  See How Payment Works One of the more serious matters to assess prior to working with a dentist is the payment structure. Different dentists will accept payment in different ways. Read More 

At An Increased Risk For Heart Disease? You Might Want To Take Care Of Your Gums.

30 August 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Preventing heart disease can be difficult when you have a genetic predisposition to it, but it's still possible. You can increase your odds even more in your favor if you take good care of your oral health. This is why. Bacteria and the Heart Gum disease doesn't develop all on its own. It's a combination of bacteria, poor oral hygiene, and an excess of sugar or carbohydrates. The sugar and carbs that aren't cleared away quickly feed the bacteria, allowing them to reproduce and make more of themselves. Read More 

Frequent Mistakes Made When Brushing Your Teeth

2 August 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Think you have been doing a great job when it comes to brushing your teeth? You may be surprised at how many things you are doing incorrectly. Brushing your teeth involves more than just moving the brush around in your mouth for a few minutes. Here are some common mistakes that are made when performing this routine oral health task. Using Incorrect Motion Many people assume that they should move the toothbrush in vertical or horizontal strokes that match the direction of their teeth, which the brush laying flush against the teeth to cover as much surface area as possible. Read More