Tooth loss is a widespread concern for most Americans. People of all ages suffer from tooth loss due to reasons such as poor oral care, disease, accidents, and more. Around 90 percent of the population missing their teeth (edentulism) has dentures, as Read more »
With age comes wisdom! More specifically, your wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth or third molars derive their name from the fact that they’re normally the last ones to come through, at a rather mature age. Some people don't get wisdom teeth at all.
Losing teeth is both exciting and scary. Kids are thrilled to be taking a step toward growing up but can be nervous about the process. Children may be eagerly waiting for a tooth to fall out while still feeling anxiety about whether or not they’ll swallow their teeth while they’re eating or sleeping, or if losing a tooth will be painful. As a...
Losing teeth is both exciting and scary. Kids are thrilled to be taking a step toward growing up but can be nervous about the process. Children may be eagerly waiting for a tooth to fall out while still feeling anxiety about whether or not they'll swallow their teeth while they're eating or sleeping or if losing a tooth will be painful. As a...
How are your teeth? Do you describe them as your pearly whites? Or maybe you'd like some work done because you feel uncomfortable with your current teeth. This is a good time as any to make an appointment with a dentist because the health of your teeth is starting to become a social status.
More than half of the population suffers to some degree of tooth sensitivity. Did you know that diet can play a significant role in this issue? As such, there are certain foods that are just not comfortable for most people to eat.
Here are the causes of sensitive teeth and how certain foods can exacerbate this...
Dental exams are normally on the bottom of our to-do list unless we have a tooth causing pain. However, if you are doing so then not only are you missing the opportunity to keep your teeth longer, you are also missing out on learning about other medical issues you haven't considered.
Did you know your mouth talks even when you aren't saying a word? It does and it sure has a lot to say. Not only can the condition of your mouth point to diseases such as diabetes, immune and hormone issues, Read more »