How To Take Care Of Your Oral Health

It is very important to keep your oral health a priority. It is just as important as your physical and mental health! Here are a few important tips to help you keep your teeth strong and healthy.      1. Visit Your Dentist It is important to visit your dentist about every six months for a cleaning and exam. About …

When Is The Best Time To Floss?

The most important thing about cleaning between your teeth is to do it and be consistent! As long as you are thorough, it doesn’t matter when. Pick a time of day when you can devote an extra couple of minutes to your dental care. People who are too tired at the end of the day may benefit from cleaning between …

Adjusting to New Dentures

Overview Dentures are custom-made, removable replacements for missing teeth. They will never feel the exact same as your natural set of teeth, and they do take some getting used to. However, with today’s technology dentures are natural looking and more comfortable than ever. What To Expect Dentures may feel a little awkward for a few weeks until you become accustomed …

Infant Dental Care

Most babies don’t start getting teeth until they are about six months old. It is important to begin oral care for infants as soon as possible. Many dentists recommend an initial visit before the child’s first birthday. They will make sure their teeth and gums are being cared for and cleaned properly. It is a good idea to get in …

Sinus Tooth Pain

Sinus tooth pain is fairly common, according to dental experts at the Mayo Clinic. Sinus infection tooth pain occurs when the fluid that builds up in the sinus cavities during a sinus infection puts pressure on your upper teeth, which are close to the maxillary sinuses.If you have sinus tooth pain, you may need to see a doctor to manage …

Tips for Being the Tooth Fairy

Many countries around the world have unique traditions to mark the loss of a child’s baby teeth. The tooth fairy legend is known to have originated in the United States in the early 1900s. Tooth fairies all leave behind a gift when they collect a tooth. Tips for Being the Tooth Fairy Tooth fairy notes – reinforcing the importance of dental …

Dry Mouth

  Definition Dry-Mouth also knows as xerostomia, is when you do not produce enough saliva needed in order to keep your mouth moisturized and wet.   Causes Everyone will eventually experience a dry mouth at least once. It occurs when your saliva glands in your mouth are not working properly. Here are some common causes… Certain Medications Autoimmune Disorders Smoking Stress …