Jaw pain is a common problem — with a lot of different causes. Some of these are things your dentist needs to address, while others may require a doctor’s care.
You may have had stomatitis and not even realized it. That’s because this condition is often called other things.
Baby teeth are essential to your child’s health. Healthy baby teeth will pave the way for stronger adult teeth. When you help your children take good care of their teeth, you are starting habits that will last a lifetime.
Flossing is important for many reasons, but mainly, it’s the key to fantastic oral health.
Mouth ulcers (also known as canker sores) are generally small, painful lesions that develop in your mouth or at the base of your gums.
Typically, people breathe in and out through their nose, but some breathe in and out through their mouth, which is known as mouth breathing.
Itchy gums is a growing epidemic. If you feel your gums have a strange, itching sensation, you’re not alone. This complaint is becoming more common.
Dental health is important to everyone, but if you have certain health conditions, your oral hygiene is a higher concern. Diabetes is one such condition.
Got a gap? Even adults may lose a tooth sometimes. Here’s why you should talk to your dentist immediately about replacing a lost tooth:
Not everyone needs a movie-star perfect smile, but most of us want to smile confidently — without feeling self-conscious about our teeth. Good oral hygiene is the most critical factor in achieving a fantastic smile.
The two most common oral care problems people have or hear about are plaque and tartar. It’s easy to assume the two are the same thing, but they are actually different and require different treatment.
There are many options for improving your oral health, from getting cavities filled to avoid further damage to whitening your teeth to remove stains. However, the best option is to try to do all you can to prevent these issues. The CDC found that 90% of adults have had a cavity in their lifetime. That’s … Continue reading The Worst Food and Drinks for Your Teeth
Want to skip this holiday? We don’t blame you, but there is no need. National Toothache Day is about spreading awareness and educating people on the importance of dental health and the prevention of toothaches.
With a looming dental appointment, some people will attempt to ramp up their dental hygiene in the weeks and days leading up to their appointment date. But most dentists agree that you don’t need to change your hygiene habits before a dentist visit. Some even believe that doing these things can actually hurt your oral health.
What do you think of when you hear mouthwash? A quick fix to bad breath? Cosmetic mouthwashes do a great job of masking halitosis. But you may not know is that some types of mouthwashes do a lot more. Here are some of the top rated oral rinses that we recommend.
For many kids growing up, the experience of braces is an oh-so-common memory. However, proper dental hygiene becomes even more important when these appliances are installed. Here are a few tips to help you or your teenager take proper care of their braces.
Questions about your teeth probably pop into your head while you’re brushing and flossing. But then at your dental visit, the dentist asks, “Any questions?” Your mind is blank. “Um, no I don’t think so.” Still, we know you have dental questions, so here are the answers to some of the most common.
Going to the dentist is something that we usually put at the bottom of our to-do lists. But why? These are the reasons why you need a regular dentist visit.
Have you noticed weird coloration or texture to your tongue? We don’t think much about it, but believe it or not, your tongue can give you a lot of insight into your oral and overall health. Here are 6 secrets that your tongue can reveal about your health.
Which is the right toothpaste for you? We know it can be confusing with so many options, so we are going to help you make your decision.