Why You're Never Too Old for Braces
25 January 2016
Dental braces and other related orthodontic treatments are most commonly associated with teenagers, and for good reason—this is the period when most people choose to straighten their teeth. However, if you've passed your teenage years, yet are still bothered by crooked teeth, it is worth investigating whether you should have braces. After all, you're never too old for braces, and in fact, there are significant benefits to having braces later in life.
How to Prepare for Your Oral Surgery Procedure
6 January 2016
If you are planning on getting oral surgery, such as having your wisdom teeth removed, there are certain things you need to do beforehand. Don't leave things until the last minute, or the stress and anxiety of trying to nail down plans will only make things worse during surgery. Here are some different ways to prepare for the procedure.
Follow the Dentist's Pre-Procedural Instructions
The instructions your dentist or oral surgeon gives you prior to the procedure are not recommendations.
What to Expect at Your Baby's First Dental Check Up
16 December 2015
Your baby's first dental check up is one of the most important health events in his or her life. As research has suggested, oral health is directly linked to overall human health. That being said, your kid's first dental visit shouldn't be postponed and should be before he or she turns 1 or not later than 6 months after he or she develops the first tooth.
What will occur at the first dental check up?
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.