I have always been one of those people who loves to get out into the world and talk with other people, but a few years ago, I realized that I had to do something about my smile. My teeth were yellow and unattractive, and it was really discouraging to see how much different my smile was. I knew that I needed to get my teeth fixed, so I started working with a professional dentist to make things right. Within a few short months, my smile was completely transformed, and I knew that I owed it all to my dental professional. Check out this blog for more information about working with a dentist.
2 July 2019
Brushing one's teeth is something that most people do every day. However, there's a big difference between doing this simple hygiene care the right way and the wrong way. If you're at all concerned about your oral health, read this simple list to find out if you're making one of these mistakes. Acids You've probably heard that acid in the food you eat and the beverages you drink can have a negative impact on your teeth.
2 June 2019
Just as with adult teeth, a child's fillings can come loose and fall out. Some very young children with fillings in their baby teeth can lose the filling when adult teeth begin to push them out. Children seldom cope well with pain and it can be difficult to know how to handle this issue. Most parents want to foster good dental habits and try to mitigate the trauma on the child as best as they can.
6 May 2019
If you have diabetes, your endocrinologist probably monitors your blood glucose levels and other blood chemistry lab tests very carefully. In addition to getting regular medical checkups for your diabetes, your orthodontist will also need to monitor your oral health more frequently if you wear braces. Not only can diabetes affect your liver, kidneys, and cardiovascular system, it can also affect your oral cavity. Here are some diabetes-related findings your orthodontist may discover during your routine braces examination.
9 April 2019
When you feel positive about the way your teeth look it's easy to greet the world with a smile. You welcome opportunities and never miss a chance to bless a stranger with your winning grin. However, the exact opposite is true when your teeth aren't in the best condition. Hiding from pictures might be a daily reality, and you often turn down potential friends or suitors because you aren't too pleased with your appearance.
26 February 2019
When you receive professional teeth whitening, you are left with a beautiful, bright smile—and you want to ensure you keep it. For many, it may seem difficult to maintain that bright smile, but with a few simple lifestyle changes, you can easily preserve those pristine-looking teeth. Here are three things that you will want to do after you receive a teeth whitening treatment for long-lasting results. Avoid Foods That Are Heavily Pigmented