So You Have A Broken Tooth: What Choices Do You Have?

Posted on: 8 May 2018

One of the worst feelings you can have in your mouth is the discovery of a broken tooth. While your feelings turn to panic about the potential amount of damage done, your tongue starts to involuntarily poke at the breakage until your feelings of panic change to annoyance. As someone who has never had a broken tooth before, you are wondering what your options are to repair it. The answer to that question depends on which tooth is broken, and the extent of the damage. [Read More]

Rooting for Baby Teeth: What Happens to the Roots of Baby Teeth?

Posted on: 23 March 2018

When baby teeth fall out naturally, they appear to be hollow. This gives the impression that they don't have roots or that the root is still inside the gum. Much like permanent teeth, baby teeth do have roots. However, as long as a baby, or deciduous, tooth comes out the way nature intended, most, if not all, of its root will be missing. The Body Absorbs Baby Teeth Roots From around the age of five or six years old, children begin to shed their baby teeth. [Read More]

Why Should You Use a Flouride Toothpaste?

Posted on: 8 March 2018

If you've ever looked closely at your toothpaste, you might have noticed that most contain fluoride. This is a natural mineral abundant in the earth's crust and seen in nature all across the world, and it can do your teeth the world of good. There are a few toothpastes that don't use fluoride, but here's why you should avoid them and pick up a fluoride toothpaste instead. Fluoride Helps Teeth Develop   [Read More]

Tooth Hurty: Time to See the Dentist

Posted on: 21 February 2018

Few people enjoy a visit to the dentist, but ignoring your dental health can have serious consequences. Dentists recommend regular check-ups, but what if you've left it even longer? How do you tell it really is time to see the dentist? Toothache. The most obvious of all signs a dental visit is long overdue, a toothache is your body's way of telling you something's amiss. Toothaches are often caused by cavities and can also be evidence of an infection, grinding your teeth, having a misaligned bite or gum disease. [Read More]