2019

Did you just find out you've got some tooth decay? Learn about some dental care tips that can prevent the problem in the future.

2019

Ways To Encourage Your Child To Accurately Describe A Toothache

20 April 2019
 Categories:
Dentist, Blog

When your child indicates to you that he or she has a toothache, you'll generally want to call your family dentist to see when you can get in for an appointment. In an effort to learn as much about the problem as possible, the person who answers the phone will likely ask you a handful of questions. The last thing that you want to do is fail to have appropriate answers, so it's a good idea to encourage your child to describe the toothache as accurately as possible.
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About Dead Teeth And How They Die

13 March 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Something that many people don't realize is that teeth are alive separately from one another and this means they one can die without the others dying. If something happens to your tooth that causes problems with the nerves and pulp, then your tooth will be more prone to infection due to a loss of proper blood circulation. If infection does set in, then the tooth can die. You'll learn about signs of a dead tooth and your options for dealing with the dead tooth by reading this information.
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Unusual Reasons Your Bridges May Hurt Your Gums

15 February 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

While most people enjoy comfort and functionality when wearing their dental bridges, others who have certain medical conditions or who take certain medications may notice gum pain when their bridges are in place. Here are some unusual reasons your dental bridges may hurt your gums and what you can do about them: Bisphosphonates If you have been diagnosed with osteoporosis, your physician may have recommended that you take a medication from a class of drugs known as bisphosphonates.
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4 Ways To Prevent And Treat Periodontal Disease

14 January 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Periodontal disease can happen when bacteria in your mouth infects your gums. Over time, periodontal disease can erode your bones, leading to many potentially painful problems. If your gums bleed when you brush or floss your teeth, that's a sign that your gum health is in danger. Here are four ways you can protect yourself from periodontal disease. 1. Floss every day. Flossing is an important part of any dental health routine.
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About Me
Got Tooth Decay? Finding Dental Care Tips Right For You

When it comes to my dental care, I only use the best toothbrushes, toothpastes and flosses. But sometimes, even after being vigilant and careful with my oral care, I experience problems like toothaches. Last year, I developed a small cavity in one of my back teeth. I didn't want to bother my dentist about it, so I simply took pain medications and hoped for the best. But after my jaw began to swell up, I sought professional dental help. My small cavity was actually a large hole filled with infection. I ended up having an extraction. Now, I visit my dentist as often as I can, because I can't afford to lose anymore teeth. I want to share my experiences with other people, so I created this blog. I offer tips on how to keep your teeth healthy and when to see a dentist. Thanks for visiting.

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