Home Dental Remedies That Are Actually Harmful

Whether you’re a big fan of DIY projects or you’re simply looking to save when it comes to your dental care, you may find yourself surfing the web to find home remedies. Be careful what you decide to try though because some methods could end up not just being ineffective, but actually harmful to your … Continued

About the Root Canal Process

One of the biggest sources of fear is the unknown. When you’re not exactly sure what to expect in situation, your mind can start racing with frightening possibilities. This is all too true when it comes to root canals. Rather than having a dental professional walk them through the routine procedure, many patients focus on … Continued

Can You Reverse Tooth Decay?

Nobody likes cavities. They can be painful and expensive to treat, but there are ways to prevent, and even reverse, the tooth decay that causes cavities. Who wouldn’t want that? Here are a few things you can do to help reverse tooth decay: 1. Use fluoride. Fluoride can help prevent tooth decay and stop early … Continued

Floss Picks vs. Dental Floss

Everyone knows it’s important to floss, in order to catch food particles that get trapped between your teeth. But which flossing technique is right for you? We break down the two most popular options: traditional dental floss and floss picks. Dental Floss Pros Dental floss is the original way to floss, and it has many … Continued

What Stress Does to Your Teeth

For far too many people, anxiety and stress have become just another part of day-to-day life. Stress can cause issues that range from the relatively minor (irritability and inability to get sufficient sleep) to the more serious, including panic attacks and cardiac issues. Stress and anxiety can also take a heavy toll on your dental … Continued

Dental Implants vs. Dental Bridges

If you have lost one or several teeth, you may be interested in restorative procedures that can replace your missing teeth and renew your confidence in your smile. Dental bridges are usually the first thing that come to mind for missing teeth, but dental implant technology is starting to overtake bridges as the preferred method … Continued

Proper Oral Care for Your First Interview

When preparing for your first interview, you may feel a little overwhelmed with making sure you’ve got everything ready: copies of your credentials, a neatly pressed outfit, and the confidence to answer all the questions with poise. However, one thing many people often overlook before an interview is their oral care. Things like bad breath … Continued

Paying for Dental Care After Retirement

Are you nearing the age of retirement? If so, then you may already have your health insurance figured out, but what about coverage for dental care? For some retirees, paying for dental care after retirement can be a challenge. Fortunately, there are a few options worth considering. Check Eligibility for a Medicare Advantage Plan First … Continued

Our Recommended Post-Op Dental Implant Care

Losing teeth happens to the best of us. There are many reasons why this happens: age, amount of dental care you have had, smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure, you name it. If you are missing at least one tooth, you are a candidate for dental implant surgery. What do I do now? Setting up a … Continued

Lifetime Dental Fillings: The Fillings of the Future?

Can you imagine a dental filling that not only restores a decayed tooth, but also blocks cavities and repairs other bacterial damage by releasing minerals such as calcium and phosphate? According to British scientists from the Queen Mary University of London, these may be the dental fillings of the future. Bioactive Glass Composites “Bioactive” glass … Continued

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