Getting A “Taste” For Better Dental Hygiene: Dealing With Acid Reflux And Oral Health

Acid reflux is a health condition that impacts numerous individuals. Aside from having painful and often uncomfortable side effects, acid reflux may also be dangerous for your dental health. Fortunately, identifying the effects of acid reflux and learning what foods to avoid and what foods to eat can minimize the condition and protect your teeth. Acid Reflux and Your Teeth Acid reflux is a major problem when it comes to your oral health. Read More 

What To Do About Toothaches

Toothaches can be very difficult to deal with and there are many reasons you may get one. Of course, it's best to avoid them as much as possible in the first place. However, for those times when you do get one, you want to know how to treat the pain until you are able to see your dentist. This article will help educate you on both avoiding toothaches and how to rid yourself of the pain of one when they do occur. Read More 

Removing Your Invisalign Trays With Ease

Many family orthodontists have been prescribing the use of Invisalign to their patients because of the ease of use, the improved health of the teeth during use and because many patients don't want the look or discomfort of wire braces. If you have just been given the opportunity to beautify your smile using the Invisalign treatment, you may experience the hearth-thumping issue of not being able to get the tray off of your teeth the first few times. Read More 

An Introduction To Professional Teeth Whitening

If you want to have a whiter smile, then one of your options is to visit a cosmetic dentist and get a professional teeth whitening. By whitening your teeth, you can dramatically improve your smile and your confidence, but it's not necessarily for everyone. To help you figure out whether teeth whitening is a good fit for you, here is an introduction to the subject: What is teeth whitening? Put simply, it's the application of hydrogen peroxide to your teeth. Read More 

Signs That Your Dental Implants Might Be Failing

Dental implants are, generally, very resilient alternatives to "natural" teeth. They are embedded in the gums themselves, so they do not lend themselves to not working. However, there might be signs that your implants are being rejected by your body due to either the fact that your body is not responding well to the implants or they were not properly installed by your dental surgeon. Osseointegration Osseointegration refers to how well your body accepts the implants being grafted onto the bones inside of your gums. Read More