Creative Ways to Make Teeth Brushing Enjoyable for Children

Posted on: 9 February 2022

Brushing the teeth is a routine activity that does not take more than a few minutes for adults. It is part of your morning and evening routine. For children, brushing their teeth is a chore they likely would not do if they were given a choice. Thus, getting children to brush their teeth often feels like a battle for parents. However, it should not be the case if you consider that healthy teeth in childhood pave the way for stronger pearly whites in adulthood. [Read More]

Periodontitis: Your Questions Answered

Posted on: 13 December 2021

Periodontitis can have a significant impact on your oral health. Here are some of the most common questions patients have about this condition: What is periodontitis? Periodontitis (gum disease) affects the tissues and bones supporting your teeth. Periodontitis is caused by plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that forms on your teeth. Plaque is formed when bacteria mixes with saliva and leftover food particles on your teeth. In some cases, periodontitis is caused by a bacterial infection of the gum tissue. [Read More]

Beyond Dental Aesthetics: 4 Reasons You Shouldn't Ignore Gaps in Your Teeth

Posted on: 2 November 2021

Gaps in the teeth usually result from tooth loss and undersized or oversized teeth. Also, if the teeth are too small compared to the jaw size, spaces may develop between individual teeth. Gaps are often viewed as an aesthetic issue; thus, people who care little about visual appeal may ignore them. Unfortunately, spaces between the teeth, regardless of their cause, don't affect dental aesthetics only. They can negatively impact your overall dental health. [Read More]

5 Reasons to Choose Full Dentures

Posted on: 21 September 2021

You can replace your teeth in many ways with modern dentistry. If you have lost most or all of your teeth, then full dentures might be the right way to replace those teeth. The following list will help you to understand if full dentures are suitable for you. 1. You don't have enough bone for dental implants Tooth loss initiates a natural process whereby the body absorbs the bone once needed to support a tooth. [Read More]