Gum disease is a major nuisance, but some people don't believe that it's anything more than that. The sad reality is, gum disease can put your entire life at risk if you don't know what you're doing in taking care of it. Without help from a dentist and proper care at home, this is what you could be facing someday in your future. Brain The first thing you need to know is that scientists and doctors believe that the bacteria responsible for gum disease can get into the bloodstream.
27 December 2019
When you get dental implants, you undergo oral surgery. As with all types of surgery, it is important to get the right amount of rest and to fully recover following your surgery. You will recover faster from your surgery when you know what to expect. Expect Discomfort Immediately after your surgery, your mouth will more than likely still be numb from the local numbing agent that the dentist applied before starting the surgery.
25 November 2019
It is important to know when you should go to the dentist, just like you should know when to go see your regular doctor. It is important to see your dentist every six months for a cleaning and check-up. However, there are also other situations that may require you to go and see your dentist, which is why it is important for you to know the signs that you need to see the dentist. Sign #1: You Gums Are Bleeding During Regular Dental Care
28 October 2019
Having sleep apnea can be difficult, but chances are it's no walk in the park for your partner either. Sleep apnea can result in extremely loud snoring that can endanger your health and also keep your partner up all night. While CPAP machines can make things easier for you by opening up your airway and preventing you from losing oxygen while you sleep, chances are it's still not great for your partner.
4 October 2019
If you are missing one or more teeth, you are not alone. Nearly 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, and 36 million are missing all of their teeth. Dentures and bridges are two of the most common forms of tooth replacement, but many also choose to go with dental implants. Dental implants are the most natural-looking and feeling tooth replacement option available. However, before you get dental implant surgery, there are a few things to know.
1 September 2019
A dental abscess is an infection of the gums and should be treated promptly. This type of dental problem does not just disappear on its own and the faster you seek help the less damaging and painful it will be. An abscess can be caused by anything that allows bacteria to enter your gum area, and the culprit can be due to: Cavities Broken or cracked tooth Loss or loosening of a filling Once bacteria enter, a pus pocket forms on your gum.
30 July 2019
Getting dental implants may seem like you're making a pretty significant change in your life, and you wouldn't be wrong. However, the reality of the situation is that growing accustomed to dental implants is pretty easy for most people because it's restoring you back to the old normal of having and caring for your teeth. Here's why getting dental implants is more about getting you back to the life you've been living rather than forcing you into a new lifestyle.
2 July 2019
Flossing every day is a must in order to maintain good oral health and to reduce the risk of cavities, gum disease, and other oral health problems. However, how you floss is just as important as flossing at all. If you're not flossing the right way, you could actually end up hurting your gums and increasing your risk for gum disease. Here's what you need to know to ensure that you're flossing the right way.
31 May 2019
If you have suffered from deteriorating teeth for years, the installation of dentures can provide a significant improvement in your daily quality of life. You'll be able to eat in public or talk to other people with confidence when you open your mouth. You'll no longer have to keep your mouth shut in family photos out of embarrassment about what your teeth look like. But if you want your new dentures to hold up over the long run, regular maintenance is key.
2 May 2019
Experiencing pain in your teeth at any time is typically an alarm bell for most people. If you've noticed that your teeth themselves seem to be sore or painful after flossing, but not when brushing, eating, or at any other time, it likely indicates that there's an issue going on with your teeth. Here's what you can expect from this common issue and what you can expect of the treatment methods for it.
8 April 2019