Cold Winter Weather And Your Teeth: What You Should Know

Cold weather can have an affect on your body. It can affect your heart, bones, skin and your immune system. But many people don't realize that cold outside temperatures can also have an affect on their teeth. This is more common with people who are outside for prolonged periods of time when it is cold, such as runners or roofers. If you were unaware that cold temperatures could impact your teeth, you may have many questions swirling around in your mind right now. Read More 

3 Reasons A Vampire – Or A Mortal – Should Seek Cosmetic Dentistry

Being a vampire has its rewards and its challenges. When it comes to survival, vampires need nice, functional, sharp incisors so they don't go hungry. However, sometimes it is those same pointy teeth that cause problems. While you may be as mortal as they come, this is one area in which you might relate to the mythical. And if you do, the solutions for these 3 major problems are worth looking into. Read More 

Dental Implants And Bone Grafting - Understanding What A Block Graft Is And When It Is Needed

If you have lost one or several teeth, then a dental implant from a dentist like Dale D. Lentz DDS may be a great choice for you. However, you may have very little bone tissue along the jaw where the device needs to be placed. When this happens, you will likely need a bone graft. A simple cow bone graft can be used or your oral surgeon can try to stimulate the formation of your own bone tissue. Read More 

5 Healthy Habits That Are Bad for Your Teeth

Most people know that keeping their teeth healthy is important for overall good health. However, not all healthy habits are good for your teeth. Here are five 'healthy' habits that are actually bad for your teeth. Drinking wine Studies have shown that drinking red wine can be good for heart health, and many people happily drink a glass or two for 'medicinal purposes' several times a week. However, the alcohol content in wine can be damaging to your teeth. Read More 

2 Main Reasons For Tooth Loss And How You Can Prevent It

Tooth loss can affect what and how you eat, and the way you feel about your appearance when you talk and smile. Many different factors can cause tooth loss—some of them you can control and others, such as your age and gender, you cannot. Here are two of the most common reasons for tooth loss and tips to help prevent them. Poor Dental Hygiene Habits Gum disease is one of the leading causes of tooth loss in the world, and a recent study conducted in Kuwait found it to be the number one cause of tooth loss. Read More