Tips to Keep Preschoolers’ Teeth Healthy

March 10th, 2019 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

Preschoolers’ smiling teeth do more than just bring joy to the people who see them. Preschoolers’ teeth also help them chew and speak, and they create space in the jaw for adult teeth to grow in straight. Unfortunately, these “baby teeth” are also prone to early childhood caries or baby bottle tooth decay, also known as cavities. How do preschoolers develop cavities? As in adults, children’s mouths are filled with bacteria. Whenever a child consumes sugar or starch, the bacteria feed Read more [...]




Tips to Keep Preschoolers’ Teeth Healthy

February 24th, 2019 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

Preschoolers’ smiling teeth do more than just bring joy to the people who see them. Preschoolers’ teeth also help them chew and speak, and they create space in the jaw for adult teeth to grow in straight. Unfortunately, these “baby teeth” are also prone to early childhood caries or baby bottle tooth decay, also known as cavities. How do preschoolers develop cavities? As in adults, children’s mouths are filled with bacteria. Whenever a child consumes sugar or starch, the bacteria feed Read more [...]



Why Parents Shouldn’t Dismiss Tooth Sensitivity in Children

February 10th, 2019 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

Children’s smiling faces will bring joy to most parents. A toothache, however, can quickly turn a child’s smile into a frown. If your little one reports tooth sensitivity or pain, it may be time to visit a dentist. But if your child has no pain or sensitivity, you’ll still want to use the best preventive techniques. Most toothaches are caused by cavities or bacterial infections in teeth. The best defense against dental problems like these is a good oral hygiene routine. Twice-daily brushing Read more [...]



Teeth Grinding Can Be A Real Headache

January 27th, 2019 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

Did you know that if you suffer from nagging headaches – including migraines, tension headaches and behind-the-eye pain – your teeth could be the root of your problem?Involuntary and excessive clenching and grinding of the teeth (known in medical terms as bruxism) is a common condition, so prevalent that it affects 1 in 5 adults in the U.SAnd this number continues to increase.It’s probably no surprise to learn that bruxism can result in significant tooth wear and enamel erosion, leading to Read more [...]



Four Tips to Keep Your Kids’ Teeth Healthy And Clean

January 6th, 2019 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

We all want our kids to have movie-star smiles as adults. As parents, this means knowing how to protect their teeth when they’re young, while ensuring that they practice good dental health care for a lifetime. Because February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, it’s the perfect time to “brush up” on instilling good oral-hygiene habits. Consider this: according to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), nearly one in three children ages two to five years old in the Read more [...]



Survey Shows Americans’ Views on Dental Hygiene Differ by Region

December 23rd, 2018 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

Does where you live impact your flossing and dental hygiene habits? A new national survey conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) shows it does. For instance, while more than a quarter of adults surveyed said they lied to their dentists about how often they floss their teeth, those who live in Atlanta (82 percent) are more likely to be honest about how often they floss. Could that be Southern manners at play? Conversely, one in five, or 20 percent, of Read more [...]



How Tooth Loss Impacts Your Jawbone

October 28th, 2018 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

Tooth loss is likely to affect many of us, either as a result of ageing or disease, or due to some sort of trauma. Losing even a single tooth can be traumatic, particularly if the tooth is in a visible area in the mouth and it can affect people psychologically and emotionally. While the most obvious effect of tooth loss is aesthetic, losing teeth can impact your dental health in other ways. In fact losing teeth can affect the function and health of your remaining teeth as well as facial aesthetics. Read more [...]



How To Reduce Your Tooth Ache Immediately When You Have Sweet Tooth?

August 12th, 2018 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

While it is common to have sweet tooth, the risk of getting tooth ache is also higher, this article will offer you some tips on immediate teeth relief for the sweet tooth group. Generally, toothaches are caused by tooth or jaw problems, such as a dental cavity, a cracked tooth, an exposed tooth root, gum disease, disease of the jaw joint (temporo- mandibular joint), or spasms of the muscles used for chewing. For people with sweet tooth, most of the time, the tooth ache is due to dental Read more [...]



Cleaning Your Teeth: A Guide on Tooth Whitening

August 5th, 2018 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

The process of removal of the stains and discoloration on your teeth is known as the teeth whitening. This is a popular dental procedure as it helps in improving the look of your teeth, but this is not a one-time process. Understanding teeth whitening One needs to book an appointment for teeth whitening for dentist-based procedures at regular intervals for maintenance and cleaning of the teeth, to maintain the bright color of your teeth. Why Teeth Whitening Products are used? Every day, Read more [...]



Toothache, could it be more then just a little pain?

July 22nd, 2018 admin Posted in Dental articles for patients | No Comments »

A "Toothache" can usually be referred to as pain that is felt around the teeth and or jaw. The cause of a toothache in most cases is by either problems with your jaw and or tooth. In most cases you (and I am talking from experience here) you would just leave it and wait for the pain to subside, but this isn’t the correct thing to do. Toothaches are a sign that there may be more to worry about then just a little pain. The causes of toothache are several but the major causes are, dental cavity, Read more [...]