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If you don’t take severe tooth pain seriously, you may be putting your life in danger. That’s because this pain is a telltale sign that you have a dental abscess. Discover how to protect yourself from this critical condition. Why You Can’t Ignore a Dental Abscess Many people have never heard of a dental abscess or know about the risks.…Continue reading
Food is a major factor in your dental health. See which foods and drinks have the greatest effect on your smile. Foods that Make your Dentist Smile According to family dentistry experts, the secret to dental health is hidden in your kitchen. There are many foods that actually prevent tooth decay and help freshen breath. All of the following foods…Continue reading
If you have diabetes, you must know about these research findings on the direct relationship between diabetes and periodontal disease. The Facts Behind the Findings Diabetics must be aware that studies show a higher incidence of serious gum disease in people with diabetes. This link between diabetes and oral health suggests that diabetics have a greater risk for gum disease,…Continue reading
If you’re struggling with missing teeth, your decision to replace them with either teeth implants or dentures shouldn’t also be a struggle. Use this valuable guide to help you choose which kind to use. What You Need to Know about Teeth Implants Dental implants are tiny titanium posts that are surgically embedded directly into the jawbone to replace the natural…Continue reading
Are dental dentures part of your life plan? Dentures are removable dental devices that replace missing teeth. Even the best dentures can’t compete with natural teeth, but they can restore appearance and function of teeth for many people who experience tooth loss. It’s easy to assume the worst will never happen, but without good dental care, everyone faces the risk…Continue reading
Good dental care at home and regular dental cleanings are important for keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Another essential element of good oral health is a yearly dental exam. During your visit, your dentist will perform a variety of tasks to help ensure that you achieve the best possible oral health. He or she will probably ask you for…Continue reading
Do you know that your dentist can tell a lot about your general health by performing a simple dental exam? The connection between poor oral health and systemic illness has been proven by medical research. Most illnesses can produce signs and symptoms in your mouth. Some are only obvious to a trained eye. When disease starts in your mouth, it…Continue reading
Human teeth are amazingly strong, but when you bite into something hard, or take a blow to your face, they can become chipped, broken, and fractured. If an injury is minor and only affects your tooth’s enamel, you may not feel any pain when it happens. However, when you run your tongue over the sharp or rough area where the…Continue reading
Everyone wants whiter and brighter teeth, so don’t sabotage your smile by practicing habits that stain it. Discover how to prevent tooth discoloration and have the whiter, brighter smile you’ve always wished for and wanted. Restrict or Refrain from Stain-Causing Foods and Drinks Dark-colored foods and beverages can spoil a white smile. Tea, coffee, red wine, and tomato sauce have…Continue reading
Gum disease in children has become a widespread problem. Experts say that most children have gum disease, but their parents may not know it. Learn some simple tips to spot and stop the problem. Symptoms of a Struggle Gum disease reveals itself in many different ways. That’s why it’s vital for parents to stay aware of their child’s dental health.…Continue reading