The Care And Keeping Of Your Toothbrush
30 July 2015
Although a toothbrush is a rather simple device, it does the important job of keeping your teeth, gums, and tongue nice and clean. This means that you should take good care of it, which is luckily easy to do. These are a few tips for the proper care and keeping of your toothbrush.
Rinse it Out. Each time that you brush your teeth, you should rinse your toothbrush out thoroughly with clean tap water.
You Know You Are Likely To Develop A Dry Socket If…
16 July 2015
A dry socket is one of the possible complications after a tooth extraction. It occurs when blood does not clot in the socket of the extracted tooth, exposing the jawbone and delaying healing. Some people are more prone to dry sockets than others. Specifically, your risk of developing a dry socket increases if you
Are a Smoker
There are two main reasons why smoking increases the risk of a dry socket formation.
Cracked Tooth? Know Your Three Options For Fixing It
24 June 2015
When you accidentally crack a tooth, your first instinct will be to head to the dentist to get it fixed. You may not be thinking of what method should be used to actually fix the tooth. There are three different options for dealing with a cracked tooth, and by understanding the differences, you can decide on which one is best for you.
Dental procedures can be expensive, and it's a possibility that you do not have the cash to fix your tooth in an ideal way.
Two Trends In Pediatric Dentistry That Help Your Child Have A Pain-Free Dental Experience
7 June 2015
The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that children make their first visit to the dentist by their first birthday. However, you may have reservations about taking your children to the dentist because you are concerned that they will have to deal with oral pain. Don't let fear stop you from doing what's best for your children: Use this information to learn more about the latest trends in pediatric dentistry that make the dental chair as pain-free as possible.