Good oral health is an important part of good overall health, which is especially important during pregnancy. By paying attention to your oral hygiene and eating habits, you can go a long way toward keeping your mouth healthy. Your dentist also can help you take care of your teeth and gums during this special time.
Dental Health Tips: When Your Dentist Says You Need A Crown
Fillings and crowns are two of the most common dental procedures, yet many people don’t know much about the latter. What are dental crowns? Why would I need to get them? When should I get them?
Dental Health Tips: “Good Things Come to Those Who Floss!”
Dentistry is more than just teeth, it is about helping people with kindness and consideration, and guiding each person to a healthier, happier life. Unhealthy risks are lurking between your teeth, so try Flossing for Life!
Dental Health Tips: The Surprising Blind Spot in the Middle of Our Faces
Just like other subliminal body functions, conscious lack of awareness of our oral cavity is built into our normal neural anatomy to allow our brains to handle higher level critical tasks.
Top 12 Signs You Need to See a Dentist
Top 12 signs that tell you that you need to visit a Dentist. No matter how you may feel, you would still need to visit your dentist right away if you have the following symptoms
Dental Health Tips: 10 Things About Your Tot’s Teeth
Everything you need to know on how to care for you children’s teeth. 10 dental health tips. From brushing their first tooth to their first trip to the dentist.
8 Ways to Improve Your Smile – Dental Health Tips
Explore the many ways in which a dentist can improve your smile. Dental Bonding. Dental Veneers. Dental Caps. Dental Implants, Braces and Whitening.
Periodontal Disease a Contributing Factor in the Severity of COVID-19
It has been shown that the greater the severity of COVID-19 leads to greater morbidity. Associated risk factors have been also linked to disease severity. These risk factors frequently are associated with heightened inflammation in the body.
Dental Health Tips: “While You Sleep, Improve Your Teeth”
A night guard is a useful tool to help prevent the damaging effects of clenching and grinding. It works on the principle of a snowshoe. When stresses are distributed over a wider area, the forces on each tooth are reduced and no dental damage occurs.
COVID-19: Dentist Reports Increase in Teeth Clenching, Bruxism and TMD
In my practice, I am seeing an enormous increase in the number of broken teeth. The unusual and excessive stresses we are all experiencing during the COVID pandemic has created enormous social stresses that translate into increased levels of bruxism in the general population.