Advances To Make Trips To The Dentist Easier For Everyone

When it comes to maintaining your health, it can be difficult for you to find yourself ready and willing to head to your dentist's office. Many people have a somewhat irrational fear of going to the dentist that is largely unfounded and based on the notion that dental technologies and procedures have not changed over the past several decades. However, these fears and concerns are largely unfounded. Dental advances are occurring and developing all the time, just as such advances are occurring in other healthcare fields. Read More 

Three Overlooked Reasons Why You Have Bad Breath

One in every four adults has bad breath. So if you've been having issues with foul smelling breath, you're not in the club on your own. However, you can turn in your membership. There are a number of often overlooked factors that lead to issues with bad breath. As soon as you learn what these mistakes are, you can avoid them and keep your breath fresher. Mouth Breathing If you typically breathe through your mouth, this could also be to blame. Read More 

New Dental Crown? Tips For Maintaining It So It Lasts A Long Time

If you have a new dental crown, it can last 15 or more years. This could be less time, however, if you do not take proper care of your teeth. Below is some information on how to maintain the crown so you will not have to have it replaced too soon. Brushing and Flossing If you have excess bacteria in your mouth, it can have a bad effect on your dental crown, as well as the rest of your teeth. Read More 

Six Reasons Why Dentures Still Make Sense

There have been a myriad of new cosmetic dentistry products appearing on the market in the last decade or so. Among these are veneers and dental implants. However, as attractive as these new products may be, for some people and some dental situations, the best choice for creating a beautiful smile is still traditional dentures. Dentures, also referred to as false teeth, have been around for several hundred years. Today's dentures are made of a base of flesh-colored acrylic resin with porcelain over metal teeth. Read More 

3 Potential Dental Treatments For Mulberry Molars

Mulberry molars are smaller than typical first molars and have rounded dentine where a typical molar would have cusps. The teeth, which are a symptom of congenital syphilis, typically have healthy roots, interior pulp, and dentin. The misshaping comes from a problem with the formation of the enamel when the tooth is growing. While mulberry molars don't require any treatment, you might want to have the tooth treated by a cosmetic dentistry specialist to improve the appearance. Read More