Understanding Denture Stomatitis
25 November 2015
Dentures are common for replacing missing teeth. Dentures, just like natural teeth, need to be cared for to avoid oral health problems. One of the conditions associated with dentures is dental stomatitis. If you recently got dentures, read on to understand what denture stomatitis is and how it is treated.
What is Denture Stomatitis?
The term stomatitis means a sore mouth. Denture stomatitis occurs when microbes develop on your denture. The microbes grow on the roof of your mouth and cause this area to turn red.
Diabetes and dental health | How diabetes can affect the teeth
9 November 2015
Diabetes is a condition that alters the blood sugar levels in the body. Studies have proven that diabetes can increase the oral complications of the patient by a huge margin. Once these oral infections occur in diabetic patients, their effect is more severe than in average people due to their surging blood glucose levels. If you're diabetic, then there are a number of things you need to do so as to keep your dental hygiene in top notch condition.
Invisible Braces – What Does It Really Mean?
19 October 2015
"Invisible braces'' is a term that is used to refer to a range of dental teeth brace treatments. These braces also go by the name Invisalign. They are a popular choice of teeth braces because they provide users with the luxury of using them without being noticed. Moreover, they are easier to wear compared to other types.
Another type of dental braces covered by the common use of the term invisible braces is Lingual Braces.
What to Eat While You Wait: Five Snacks to Sustain You Through a Dental Emergency
5 October 2015
Dental emergencies including broken teeth, serious toothaches and other issues can be extremely painful, and they can make it hard to eat. However, if you've made an appointment with the emergency dentist and you can't get in until tomorrow, you may need to eat a few things to sustain you through the night. Wondering what foods will work the best? Try these five items and suggestions:
Due to your teeth sensitivity, you may not want any food touching your teeth, and because of that, you should explore foods that you can eat through a straw.