Category: Oral Health

Gleaming white teeth are more socially acceptable and are attractive than stained teeth. In fact, 52% of people are not satisfied with the color of their teeth.  What many people don’t know is that having white smiles boosts your confidence. Apart from that. It shaves many years from your appearance. Over the years, dentists have emphasized on...

Needing a root canal isn’t the record-scratching drama most people think it is. It’s really not that bad. It’s a routine procedure that too many people put off. People ignore root canal symptoms, thinking and hoping they’ll just go away. But, we’re here to tell you if you’re experiencing any of these signs you need a...

Selfies are all the rage with millennials, but everyone enjoys taking a selfie every now and again. That is until that selfie turns out to be a revealing photo of bad teeth. A less than stellar set of teeth and gums can ruin even the best settings for a selfie, too. Imagine taking a selfie...

Are your wisdom teeth causing your severe pain If so, you might be suffering from impacted wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth are painful when they start to make an appearance, which is why eighty-five percent of people have to have their wisdom teeth extracted during their lifetime. Keep reading to learn more about what causes impacted teeth, how...

Are you preparing for an upcoming root canal? If so, you might feel nervous. But don’t worry, root canals are quite common. There are more than 15 million root canals performed each year. You can expect a little bit of soreness and swelling after your surgery, which may make it difficult to eat. What’s more, certain foods like...

With the Back To School season in full swing, it is the perfect time to talk about exams – dental exams, that is. The American Dental Association recommended that each person have two dental exams and cleanings per year. The routine check-ups help maintain the health of your teeth and gums while also helping to...

Mouth breathing occurs when people breathe in and out of the mouth, instead of their nose. Some people will breathe through their mouth exclusively if they have a medical condition, such as sleep apnea, or it could be temporary due to a cold. What Are the Causes of Mouth Breathing? There are several mouth breathing...

Dentists aren’t only concerned with the health of your teeth. Your gums play an important role in your overall oral health as well as your health in general. When you have a dentist appointment, your dental hygienist and dentist will each inspect and identify any potential health problems relating to your gums. It’s important to...

Wondering if you are overdue for a dental cleaning? Do you have other questions about general dentistry? You’ve got the questions, and we’ve got the answers! Refer to this Q&A guide. How often should I see my dentist for a cleaning? The American Dental Association recommends that children and adults visit the dentist every six months for an exam...

Fluoride has long been touted as essential for the health of children’s teeth. But did you know that fluoride is just as important and beneficial for adults? There are many reasons why you should ask your dentist about in-office and at-home fluoride treatments. But first, it helps to understand exactly what fluoride is. What is Fluoride...

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