Category: Dental Health

  • How Acidic Drinks Affect Teeth

    Did you know that acidic drinks can have a bad effect on your teeth? If you are an avid drinker of beverages such as coffee or sodas, then you might want to consider changing your preferences as they may damage your teeth in the long run. Drinks that have high acidity contain high pH levels […]

  • Different Stages of Gum or Periodontal Disease

    When you do not observe proper oral hygiene, you will become more susceptible to infections or other dental conditions that may badly affect your mouth’s health in the long run. One of the most common and most dangerous dental problems that you may get is gum or periodontal disease. This happens when your gums is […]

  • Brushing and Flossing for Healthy Teeth of Kids

    Oral care is something that should be taught to children as early as age three. In developing the habit of brushing and flossing, they will have fewer chances of getting any oral disease as they grow up. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in every 5 children of 5-11 years old, […]

  • 5 Questions to Assess the Risk of Tooth Decay on Children

    Who wouldn’t want their child to avoid the pain of tooth decay? With the help of dental professionals, you can completely keep your child’s teeth healthy . Children can suffer from different dental issues. These include grinding of the teeth, sucking of thumbs, obsession with pacifiers, and frequent eating of sweets. However, according to Richard […]

  • Types of Dental Implant Materials

    Your natural teeth are very resilient and with proper care and dental hygiene, you can avoid replacing them with artificial teeth and dental implants. However, things like poor dental hygiene, lifestyle choices, and other such factors can have an impact on the health of your teeth. Your teeth can also become damaged when you play […]

  • The Quest for the Perfect Smile is Now Easier to Achieve with Technology

    Overbites, underbites, and other dental problems which require an orthodontist usually take a low precedence or priority compared to making bridges as well as oral surgery. Although the aim of current orthodontal practice is to prevent problems later on in life, these are treated as elective procedures which children and teens can opt not to […]

  • 7 Reasons Why Teeth Whitening Should Be on Your Self-Care List

    Have a big event coming up? One where you will want to be looking your best? Perhaps it’s a high school reunion. Or you’ve been asked to give a large presentation at work, which could influence whether a promotion is in your future. What’s your self-care plan leading up to the event? Do you go […]

  • Dental Care: A Platform For Overall Health

    What do you tell your kids to go to the dentist, even when they may be complaining? Make sure your teeth are clean, keep them from falling out, right? You’re not wrong in this case, but you’re also only scratching the surface. You may like your dentist’s personality or the fact that they are a […]

  • Chewing Gum May Soon Prevent Oral Inflammation

    Dental implants and other types of surgery may cause complications, the most common of which is an oral inflammation. This, in turn, can lead to other problems such as infections and bone loss. The good news is oral inflammation may soon be a less common problem if not a thing of the past. Dentists and […]

  • What to Do when a Tooth is Knocked-Out

    Unfortunately, a knocked-out tooth (avulsed) is a common dental emergency among children. It can be estimated that 300 teeth are knocked out each week in Brisbane alone. If your child’s permanent tooth gets knocked out, he or she needs to be seen by a dentist as soon as possible. Majority of the teeth knocked out […]