Effects Of Saltwater Rinses On Your Oral Cavity

22 February 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have avoided the dentist throughout the years, you may have relied on home remedies for your oral health needs. While natural or home remedies may help improve some of the symptoms associated with toothaches or gum disease, they are no substitute for regular visits to your dentist. One common home remedy that you may have tried is using a saltwater rinse. Before using saltwater rinses on a regular basis, consider the following effects they may have on your overall health: Read More 

Will The Dentist Clean A Child’s Teeth At A First Visit?

26 December 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Taking a small child to the dentist can be an experience that worries both the parent and the child, primarily because there are a lot of unknowns about this visit. If you are worried about your child's visit and are wondering if the dentist will clean the child's teeth during this visit, you should know that the answer to this will depend on multiple factors, and here are some of them. Read More 

The Main Effects Of Smoking On Your Oral Health

26 December 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Most people clearly understand that smoking is something that poses major health risks, but smoking does not only pose major risks to a person's health. It also poses risks to a person's oral health, and here are the main effects smoking can have on a person's oral health. It discolors the teeth The first effect smoking has on a person's oral health involves discoloration of the teeth. Exposing your teeth to nicotine, tar, and many other contaminants each day will cause you to lose the whiteness and brightness of your teeth. Read More 

5 Steps To Getting Dental Implants

27 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The loss of a tooth can have devastating impact on many facets of your life. You may face a loss of confidence stemming from your altered smile, and you may even have trouble enjoying your favorite foods. Luckily, there is a way to restore your teeth. Dental implants are a great option for people who have lost one or more teeth due to decay, illness, or accident. If you plan to get dental implants, you should know about the procedure. Read More 

Getting Dentures? 3 FAQs Of New Denture Wearers

24 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Both partial and full dentures are great ways to restore oral aesthetics and functions, like eating and speaking. If you are new to denture wear, here are just a few questions you may have. What are the components of a partial and full denture? Partial and full dentures both contain artificial teeth made of either porcelain or acrylic, but their parts are different. A partial denture contains a: Saddle: This is a metal mesh that is covered in an acrylic and looks like gum tissue, which is what holds your artificial teeth. Read More