Entering the Golden Years? 4 Steps to Prevent Dental Problems

Now that you're entering your golden years, taking care of your health is more important than ever. Part of caring for your health includes taking care of your teeth. You might not realize this but an unhealthy mouth can lead to serious health issues such as dementia and respiratory infections. You can help keep yourself healthy by taking care of your teeth. Here are four steps you should take to avoid dental problems in your golden years. Read More 

2 Oral Care Tips to Help Your Child Keep Their Stainless Steel Crowns Clean

Tooth colored fillings are often one of the most popular types of dental procedures used in children. However, if the decay is too extreme, then your child's dentist will recommend crowns. Crowns are made in a number of different materials, but stainless steel is commonly used because it is extremely durable. However, durability does not completely protect it from decay. If your child does not care for their stainless steel crown, then it can lead to further decay and a bacterial infection. Read More 

Getting To The Root Of The Problem: How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Help Halitosis Under The Gums

One of the biggest reasons why your dentist tells you to floss is because there is a lot of trapped food and bacteria under your gum line. Even if you floss often, you may still experience halitosis. Cosmetic dentistry can actually help with the halitosis problem. Here is how that works. Deep Gum Cleaning A really deep gum cleaning that goes beneath the visible surfaces of your gums can remove a lot of the bacteria that is still trapped. Read More 

Going In For Dental Implant Surgery? 3 Steps That Will Help You Prepare For The Recovery Process

If you suffer from periodontal gum disease, you're not alone. Statistics show that roughly 50% of all US adults have periodontal disease. Unfortunately, periodontal disease is the leading cause of premature tooth loss in adults. If you've suffered premature tooth loss due to gum disease, your dentist may have recommended dental implants, which are a permanent way to replace missing teeth. Before you have your implant surgery, it's important that you prepare for the recovery process. Read More 

You’re Pregnant! Congrats, and Be Sure to Read These Oral-Health Tips

Did you recently find out you are pregnant for the first time? If so, you should know that good oral health is essential to keeping you and your baby healthy. If you skimp on your oral health during pregnancy, it may cause problems for you in the future. The following are a few important oral-health pointers to keep in mind.  Vomiting Pregnant women are susceptible to morning sickness or nausea in early pregnancy. Read More