To protect your oral health, practice good oral hygiene daily. Brush your teeth at least twice a day with a soft-bristled brush using fluoride toothpaste. Floss daily. Use mouthwash to remove food particles left after Read More
Oral health myth: “What goes in the mouth, stays in the mouth.” In other words, if you put something into your mouth, as long as you don’t swallow it, you can spit it out and it won’t make its way into the rest of the body.
But wait–research has proven this isn’t true. In fact, what we put into our mouths gets absorbed through the gum and cheek tissue, and it ultimately winds up in the bloodstream.
A toothache is not only painful but a terrible annoyance, especially when you are trying to get some sleep. Fortunately, anyone who finds themselves in this situation can get relief in a number of ways Read More
Having positive dental health is beneficial to maintaining overall health. Unfortunately, accidents, dental disease, and congenital defects can all lead to dental problems. These undesirable situations can result in broken, chipped, or missing teeth. To Read More
For decades, research has suggested a link between oral health and inflammatory diseases affecting the entire body, in particular, heart attacks and strokes. Does that mean brushing your teeth and selecting the correct toothpaste can Read More
Daily brushing and flossing and limiting sugary food and beverages are always at the top of good dental practices regardless of age. The tween and teen years do highlight some special concerns. The late teen Read More
When caring for your overall health, teeth and gums can easily become neglected in favor of body fitness and overall wellbeing. Proper teeth hygiene and care takes a mindful routine and the right steps towards Read More
Cosmetic dentistry has become popular now, from whitening, shaping, closing spaces, to replacing teeth. Dentists now have a lot of tools and techniques to help improve your smile. But before you undergo any cosmetic procedure, Read More
In truth, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, since there are several different factors that might affect how long the numbing effect will last, mainly: The type of dental procedure that is going Read More