Toothpaste is an essential part of your oral healthcare routine. Not only is it necessary for removing food residue, bacteria, and plaque from your teeth and gums, but the right toothpaste can also strengthen your teeth and gum tissue. Of course, knowing which toothpaste is right for you can be challenging. Here are a few tips to help you select the right toothpaste. Find the Seal When you first walk down the toothpaste and toothbrush aisle at your local discount retailer or drug or grocery store, you may be surprised by the options available.
9 April 2019
Looking your best may be more achievable when you have a nice smile, because this is what most people will first notice about you. Taking care of your teeth is one of the top things you can do for getting these results. However, if you've lost a tooth for any reason, you'll want to consider replacing it. The top method for doing so may involve getting a dental implant. This is a procedure that will involve having a titanium post put in your jaw that will keep your restoration secure.
12 February 2019
Cosmetic dentists offer a lot of different services that are all designed to improve the looks of teeth and smiles, and you can receive services to improve your smile if you are interested in this. One of the services you might want to talk to your dentist about is gum contouring, which is a procedure that dentists use to change the appearance of a smile by modifying a person's gums.
12 February 2019
If your dentist is about to perform a root canal on a painful, decaying tooth, you may already have an idea on how to keep the tooth clean and deal with any discomfort you may experience afterward. However, along with knowing what to do, make sure you avoid making the following mistakes that could possibly lead to increased pain, infection, or damage. 1. Brushing the Tooth Too Hard As part of preventing infection in your tooth after the procedure, it is important that you continue to brush your teeth as usual to remove food particles and residual liquids from the surface.
13 January 2019
Americans love straight, white teeth. In fact, while we expect to see teens suffering from angst while sporting a "brace face," a whooping 1.2 million adults each year endure braces in their quest for straight teeth in the United States. In addition, 45 million adults have their teeth professionally whitened each year, indicating that a perfect smile is very important here. As interest in whiter, straighter teeth has grown, so has the list of available products and services that can get the job done, both over-the-counter as well as in-office treatments.
10 December 2018
There are a variety of dental issues that may not pose health risks, but they can nevertheless degrade the quality of your appearance and smile. Cosmetic dental procedures are able to address a wide variety of these aesthetic issues, but patients will have to know about these procedures if they are to be able to take advantage of them. What Can Be Done About Gumline Issues? When patients think of cosmetic dental issues, they may imagine these issues will only impact their teeth.
24 October 2018
If you are trying to have your child become more independent, you may be struggling with them brushing their teeth. It's likely that your child is not brushing their teeth effectively or as long as they should be to get them clean every morning and evening. Here are some tips that can help them learn to brush their teeth better. Use A Timer Does your child stick the toothbrush in their mouth for a few seconds and think that they are done?
16 October 2018
It's disturbing to find that your gums are bleeding no matter what your situation is, but if you're not near your regular dentist, you may be particularly concerned. The good news is that you can still help yourself and get help for your gums while you're away from home. Here's how. Try Flossing If your gums are swollen, painful, bleeding, or discolored, it's a good idea to give flossing a try.
21 September 2018
Problems can happen with your braces in between your orthodontic appointments. Things such as a wire coming loose, pain in your mouth, wires poking your cheeks or a lost bracket. If you experience any of these things, you can get to your orthodontist, but if you aren't able to get in right away you should know what you can do in the meantime. Read on for helpful information if you encounter any issues with your braces.
30 July 2018
Crowns and fillings are fantastic at restoring the form and function of a tooth. But what if a cavity forms beneath or around a restoration? This is known as a recurrent cavity; and, if it's left unchecked, it could cause deeper cavities, abscess, or destroy the tooth pulp. Thankfully, there are two ways to catch this issue in the early stages. X-rays If a cavity is on a tooth without a restoration, the dentist can actually see signs—such as discoloration.
30 July 2018