How To Avoid Or Treat Stains On Your Child's Teeth

Posted on: 5 January 2017

Stains on your child's teeth may cause some concern, but it can be tempting to overlook it since it's just the baby teeth affected. Some causes of stains can carry over to the adult teeth, though, which means that it can become a major concern. Plus, stain repair is not always cosmetic. The following guide can help you better understand the different reasons why a child's teeth become stained, as well as what you should do about it. [Read More]

How Christmas Can Lead To Oral Health Surgery

Posted on: 29 December 2016

Christmas is often called the most wonderful time of the year, but it is less than great for a person's overall oral health. Christmas can actually lead to serious oral health problems that make surgery, such as dental implants, necessary. Christmas Has A Long History Of Sugary Foods When people think of Christmas foods, they likely think of sugary items such as candy canes, cherries, cookies, pies, puddings, fruitcakes, gingerbread, stuffed dates, or even egg nog. [Read More]

Is There A Link Between Gum Disease And Kidney Disease?

Posted on: 22 November 2016

Were you aware that there's a link between gum disease and kidney disease? If you currently have gum disease, then your chances are 4 times higher to develop kidney disease compared to somebody that has healthy gums. Here is some information you need to know. Who Is Prone To Having Kidney Disease? It's important that you tell your doctor if you currently have issues with gum disease, because they can take preventative measures against kidney disease. [Read More]

New White Spots On Your Teeth? A Possible Cause & How Your Dentist Can Help

Posted on: 22 November 2016

While there are many causes of white spots on teeth, knowing when they appeared can help you figure out what they are and how to get rid of them. If you suddenly developed white spots on your adult teeth, then read on to learn what may have caused them and how your dentist can help you get rid of them.  Hypomineralization If you just had braces taken off your teeth, then that is one clue that the white spots may be caused by hypomineralization. [Read More]