An Accommodating Care Guide for Dental Implants

17 March 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implants are incredible resources for people with missing teeth. They can be used to fill in gaps, and thanks to their authentic nature, no one will even be able to tell that they're implants. If you are having some put in by your dentist, make sure you keep this care guide in mind. Brush Often Even though dental implants are not real, they can still fade in color like normal teeth do if you do not keep them clean. Read More 

3 Common Causes of Cavities

9 December 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Most people do not regard tooth cavities as major dental issues. However, they most definitely are. Cavities, which are holes or openings in the teeth, are the early stages of tooth decay, which can lead to very serious dental health concerns. For that reason, it's important to guard against the most common causes of cavities, especially if you have braces or other orthodontic procedures in place. Excess Sugar Consumption When you have an orthodontic procedure performed, your orthodontist will most likely warn you against consuming too much sugar. Read More 

The Best Tips For The Proper Bedtime Oral Care Routine

8 November 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

There are a lot of good things you can do to protect your teeth and keep them healthy, but one of the most important things is to have a good bedtime oral care routine. This routine should be something you do every single night, like clockwork, and taking the time to do this will help you have a healthier mouth. Here are the best things to do for a proper bedtime oral care routine. Read More 

Do Dental Implants Feel Real?

13 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

There are plenty of options out there when you're selecting a replacement for one or more missing teeth, but not all of them are created equal. If you want your replacement teeth to feel as real as possible, your best bet is dental implants. Here's why other replacements just can't compare and what you can expect from your dental implants. Why Others Don't The biggest problem with other tooth replacements is that they sit on top of your gums. Read More 

Want To Protect Your Heart? Start With Your Teeth

13 September 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

These days, doctors and scientists know that taking care of your body requires taking care of your oral health, too. This includes your heart. If you're interested in doing everything you can to protect your heart health, you shouldn't neglect your oral health, either. Here's the connection between the two and how one can hurt the other. Bacteria Bacteria is typically responsible for gum disease and cavities. Unfortunately, bacteria can migrate to other parts of the body, too. Read More