Caring For Your Mouth

3 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Dental Implants

General dentistry, although for the most part involves easy and painless procedures, can still require a more invasive type of surgery. General dentistry, for example, can often require a tooth pulling and subsequent implants. Wholly three million people currently have implants and that number increases by roughly 500,000 each year. Don’t be too worried about […]

Tooth Whitening

Tooth whitening lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. Whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedures because it can greatly improve how your teeth look.

Dental Bridges and Oral Health

Dental bridges will help restore your smile and maintain the appropriate face shape. They can also help you properly chew food, speak and place the jaws together when biting.

Caring For Your Braces

Caring for your braces is vital. The better care you take of your braces, the more comfortable and effective they’ll be, and the quicker you’ll have them taken off.

Gum Recession

Gingival recession occurs when the edge of the gingival tissue (called the gingival margin) moves away from the crown of the tooth.

Bad Breath – Halitosis

Bad breath is breath that has an unpleasant odor. It’s also known as halitosis. This odor can occur from time to time, or it can be long lasting, depending on the cause.

Periodontitis

Periodontitis is a serious infection that destroys the soft tissue and bone that supports your teeth, which may eventually cause tooth loss.

How To Take Care Of Your Dental Implants

Taking good care of your dental implant is important for your oral health. With proper care and regular visits to your dentist, your dental implant will last for a long time.

After Multiple Extractions

Unnecessary pain and the complications of infection and swelling can be minimized if these instructions are followed carefully.