Issues That May Occur Due To Your Wisdom Teeth

17 May 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If your wisdom teeth start to have issues, your dentist is likely to suggest that they be extracted. Here are a few conditions that may occur with your wisdom teeth: Jaw or Tooth Pain Your wisdom teeth, which present during your teen years or early adulthood, may cause discomfort as they erupt. The gums around the wisdom teeth may become swollen and sore as the emerging teeth exert pressure upon them. Read More 

3 Things You Can Do To Protect Your Tooth Enamel From Decay

29 April 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you are concerned about the number of cavities that you may be developing, there are multiple things that you can do to help preserve the health of your teeth. Here are a few practices that you can perform to help avoid dental decay: Rinse your mouth with water after you eat. When you eat, the food that enters the oral cavity also feeds the bacteria in the mouth. When bacteria eat, they undergo a digestive process called glycolysis. Read More 

Four Strategies To Keep Dental Health A Priority In A Bigger Family

11 April 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have a large family, it might seem hard just to keep up with the immediate day-to-day needs of your kids. One area you shouldn't lose sight of is dental health. Getting ahead of daily dental care and appointments is important for everyone's health. Here are four strategies to make dental care a priority in a large family. 1. Make Dental Products Fun Anything that you can do to source fun dental products for your kids can take the stress off of you to make sure everyone is brushing and flossing. Read More 

5 Ways To Lessen Toothache Pain

22 March 2016
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

At some point in time, most people will have to deal with a toothache. To know how to treat a toothache beforehand can be helpful in minimizing time, effort and energy, not to mention the pain associated with an achy tooth. Here are five measures that you can take to lessen the pain of a toothache: Take an anti-inflammatory painkiller A toothache can be bothersome when it comes to eating or speaking, and it can even affect your sleep. Read More