Beyond Dental Hygiene: Other Ways to Prevent Dental Diseases

Maintaining an impeccable level of oral hygiene is one of the best ways of preventing dental diseases. However, brushing and flossing on a regular basis doesn't guarantee excellent dental health. In addition to daily brushing and flossing, here are a few more measures you can take to maintain healthy teeth. Don't Smoke Smoking is one of the worst habits as far as your dental health is concerned. Here are some of the reasons smoking is bad for your teeth. Read More 

Mistakes To Avoid While Caring For Your Ceramic Braces

If you have recently received ceramic braces to straighten your teeth, you may wonder if there is anything you shouldn't do that could damage them. Make sure you avoid the following mistakes while caring for your ceramic braces. Neglecting to Brush Your Teeth after Eating While it is always a good idea to brush your teeth several times a day, especially after eating meals, it is especially important to do so when you have ceramic braces. Read More 

Understanding A Few Benefits Of Choosing An Implant Secured Dental Arch

If you have poor dentition and require artificial teeth, then you have a few options available to you. If you feel that dentures are a bad choice, then you can speak with your dentist about dental implants and the placement of a full supported arch. This sort of option is ideal for many people, and there are some benefits to the arch over full implant placement. Keep reading to learn about what these benefits are. Read More 

Why A Dislodged Dental Crown May Be An Emergency Issue

If you have a number of dental crowns protecting your teeth, then you may experience a situation where the crown becomes completely dislodged. This is concerning and may require emergency treatment. Keep reading to learn why immediate treatment is necessary to ensure that a temporary crown is secured while a new one is created for your tooth. The Tooth Dentin Will Be Exposed The vast majority of dental crowns require the complete removal of the tooth enamel that sits across the surface of the tooth. Read More 

3 Tips For Keeping Your Child’s Teeth Cavity-Free

Cavities and tooth decay are something that should be avoided as much as possible at any age. However, it's especially important to have good dental habits from the beginning. Keeping your children's teeth cavity-free should be a priority. Around 42 percent of children ages 2 to 11 have cavities in their baby teeth while 21 percent of children ages 6 to 11 have cavities in their permanent teeth. The good news is that there are a few things that you can do to prevent tooth decay in your children's teeth. Read More