How Beverages Affect Your Child's Teeth
1 October 2018
While small children may only have baby teeth in their mouth, they will eventually develop permanent teeth to replace the baby teeth. Caring for a child's teeth is important even when he or she has baby teeth. And did you know that the beverages you give your child can play a huge role in the health of his or her teeth? Here are several things you should know about beverages and your child's teeth.
When You Should Seek Dental Care For Tooth Pain
8 September 2018
While it may not be rational, some people do not like going to the dentist, and some even fear it. Because of this, many people avoid dental care even when they absolutely need it. If you have recently begun to experience tooth pain, you may be in a place where you are trying to avoid the dentist unless a visit is completely necessary. However, it can be tough to tell when your tooth pain is something to be concerned about.
Three Ways An Autoimmune Disorder Can Harm Your Oral Cavity
10 August 2018
If you suffer from an autoimmune disorder, you may experience profound fatigue, muscle aches, joint pain, hair loss, and gastrointestinal problems. In addition to these, those who have autoimmune conditions may also develop problems inside their mouths. Here are three ways an autoimmune disease can affect your mouth and what you can do about them:
Autoimmune disorders can affect your tear ducts and salivary glands. Because of this, those affected with autoimmune conditions may be susceptible to dry, gritty eyes and dry mouth.
Bruxism Vs. Cavity: How To Tell Which Is Causing Your Tooth Pain
16 July 2018
When you wake up with tooth pain, you may be thinking that you have a cavity. Well, that could be the case, but an alternate explanation is bruxism. Bruxism is grinding your teeth while you are asleep at night. It can cause you to wake with intense pain in your teeth. So, which of these do you think is the problem? There are a few ways you can tell for sure.