One of the things you may put off doing is going to the dentist. However, avoiding this professional can result in major issues with your teeth. It's in your best interest to always keep your appointments regardless of how anxious you may be. In fact, being aware of simple things you can do that may alleviate a great deal of your stress is sure to be helpful to you. Knowing how to take charge of your mentality and get to the dentist as necessary is ideal.
14 July 2017
Bad breath is embarrassing. Everyone has it occasionally, but when it's a chronic condition, it really impacts your life in a negative way. You may avoid people and constantly worry about your breath at work or during social situations. You might need to make an appointment with your dentist to get the situation under control. Here are some suggestions on how to manage your bad breath. Remove Bacteria Frequently One cause of bad breath is the accumulation of bacteria in your mouth.
14 June 2017
Good habits begin in childhood. This could not be more true when it comes to dental care. Not only will developing good habits during childhood ensure your child keeps taking care of his or her teeth for years to come, but it will also keep the baby teeth healthy. Healthy baby teeth lead to properly placed adult teeth -- which serve your child for life. Here's a look at three great dental habits to work on with your kindergartener.
19 May 2017
Although for many years the American Dental Association recommended that all healthy adults should see the dentist twice a year for an exam and professional cleaning, in 2013 their recommendations changed. Since then, the determination as to how often a patient should receive those services has been determined by the dentist, based on the dentist's perception of the degree of risk that the patient has for dental problems. While that will generally still be at least once a year and some patients should be seen three times a year, a recent study determined that more than one out of three adults between the ages of eighteen and sixty-four never saw a dentist at all in 2014.
4 May 2017
If you have been having ongoing headaches, that have become worse over time, you may have thought about seeing a doctor. What you may not have thought about is seeing a dentist. In fact, you may not have realized that your headaches and your teeth could be connected in some way. This is especially true if you have no outward signs that you are having dental issues. Before you overlook what a general dentist can do for you, consider these hidden reasons your headaches and teeth could be connected.
16 February 2017
If you have had several teeth pulled and need full or partial dentures, there will likely be an adjustment period as you get used to wearing them. Luckily, after wearing your new dentures for several weeks, you should feel more comfortable and confident. Use the following tips for make adjusting to new dentures easier: Eat Soft Foods In the first few days of wearing new dentures, it is a good idea to focus on eating soft foods, such as mashed potatoes, pudding, and ice cream.
9 January 2017
If you just got a dental implant for the very first time, it's difficult to fully understand what to expect after dental implant placements. Is that sensation you are feeling normal, or a reason to be concerned? Here are some warning signs that will tell you that the implant could be failing, and that you should see a dentist immediately. Pain and Discomfort Pain and discomfort will be your body's way of telling you something isn't right.
29 December 2016