Getting Your Wisdom Teeth Pulled? Make Recovery Easier With These Smoothie Recipes
20 June 2016
You will likely experience some pain, swelling, and bleeding as your mouth heals from having wisdom teeth extracted. Because of this, you shouldn't eat any solid foods or drink alcohol and hot beverages for a few days after your surgery. Instead, you should focus on drinking plenty of water and enjoying soft foods that won't irritate your teeth or gums as you heal. Following are a couple of smoothie recipes you can make and drink during the first few days after surgery to keep yourself fueled without inhibiting the healing process:
Tips For Finding The Best Dental Office
30 May 2016
If you are considering improving the appearance of your smile but haven't visited a dentist in a while, then you may need to find a new dental office as your dental insurance coverage may have changed. If you do need a new dentist, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure your experience is nothing but great and easy. So, when seeking a new dental office, be sure to seek the following:
3 Tips For Finding The Best Dental Office
12 May 2016
If you haven't visited a dentist (such as one from Apollo Dental Center) in years and need to find one quickly to resolve some of your current dental issues then there will be a few things to take into consideration when selecting your new dentist. Before you rush the process of finding a dentist, be sure to take advantage of a few things that some dentist offices may offer, like the following:
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.