3 Tips For A Smooth Recovery After Wisdom Teeth Removal
19 October 2015
Having wisdom teeth removed can be uncomfortable, but failing to have the procedure done can cause multiple problems. If your mouth does not have enough room for your wisdom teeth allowing them to grow in can cause crowding or shifting of your teeth. Neglected wisdom teeth can also become impacted, abscessed, or infected, which can be very painful and dangerous. The recovery period from wisdom teeth removal is not very long and there are several things you can do to ensure that you have a smooth recovery.
A Healthier Mouth: 4 Bad Habits That Your Dentist Wants You To Stop
5 October 2015
Having a healthy mouth is more than just brushing and flossing regularly. In order to have a healthy mouth, you need to develop good habits—such as going to the dentist regularly. While it might seem odd, some lifestyle factors can easily contribute to cavities and other oral problems. So if you practice any of these four habits on a daily basis, stop immediately.
1. Indulging In Sour Foods and Drinks
Three Possible Options For Replacing Missing Teeth
11 September 2015
If one or more of your teeth are missing, you will have a variety of options available to you. Your dentist will give you an exam and let you know which options you are a good candidate for. If you can go just about any route, then you want to educate yourself on the ins and outs of each so you can make a more informed decision. Read the information below so you get a clear understanding of what each type of treatment has to offer and how they are done.
Precautions To Prevent Asthma Medication From Damaging Your Teeth
20 August 2015
Asthma medications have been linked to multiple dental conditions. For this reason, asthma patients should be extra careful when it comes to their dental care. Here are three precautions you should take to reduce the threat of asthma medication on your dental health:
Rinse after Every Medication
Some asthma medications, including those used in nebulizers and inhalers, are acidic. This lowers the pH of saliva, making it acidic and demineralizing (removing the minerals from) the tooth enamel.