Tooth Replacement Options
26 April 2016
Dental tooth replacement options have become better and more authentic looking almost every year. Although dentures have been around for centuries, today's models look and feel more natural than ever before. In addition, dental implant technology has improved and is available to more and more patients. With all the current options and additional breakthroughs on the horizon, you have no reason to live with missing teeth.
You need to take care of your missing teeth today.
3 Simple Food Swaps That Help To Boost Your Oral Health
6 April 2016
What you eat helps to determine the quality of your health. This is extremely true for your oral health, as your mouth is the first point of contact for nutrition. You can make different food choices to support your oral health. Here are three simple food swaps that help to boost your oral health.
Have yogurt instead of toast for a quick breakfast.
Many people find it hard to squeeze in time for breakfast in the morning.
Keep Your Smile Bright: Foods That Hurt, Foods That Help A Bright, White Smile
3 March 2016
What you eat plays an important role in your overall health, but it's important to remember that the foods and drinks you consume also have a big impact on your oral health. If you suffer from dry mouth, stained teeth, bleeding gums or bad breath, chances are you can help these conditions through better nutrition. While good oral hygiene is important, so is understanding what foods are causing your oral health to suffer and what foods are going to help you keep your gums and teeth healthy.
Bleeding Gums? Why Getting Help Now Isn't As Scary As You Think
2 February 2016
If you suspect that there's something wrong with your mouth, you might be scared to see the dentist in fear that they'll tell you something terrible is wrong with your gums or teeth. However, if the problem is that your gums are bleeding, it's not too late for the dentist to reverse the damage and make it right. And it might not even hurt!
Scaling Doesn't Have To Hurt
When plaque and tartar build up where your teeth and gums meet, that buildup can effectively suffocate your gums.