Dental veneers are an amazing way to revitalize the look of a person’s smile. However, there are some misconceptions out there about what dental veneers are, how they work, and what sorts of concerns they can address.
Everyone’s suffered from a case or two of bad breath. If you’re human (or any other species with a mouth) it’s unavoidable. However, with the right oral care, you can take steps to keep your breath as fresh as possible and prevent it from smelling excessively foul.
Poor dental health not only causes local problems such as tooth pain and bleeding gums, but it can also have a negative effect on the health of your whole body. In fact, gum disease, which can arise as a result of poor oral hygiene, has been correlated with several systemic health problems including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, dementia, reproductive health problems, and more.
Who doesn’t love all the sweet treats, snacks, and festive drinks that accompany the holiday season? While all of these treats taste great and are a big part of the festivities, they can wreak havoc on your teeth, if you’re not careful.
A porcelain crown is a tooth-shaped cap made of 100% porcelain. Porcelain crowns are designed to fit over, completely cover, and restore the portion of a natural tooth that is above the gum line.
Although flossing isn’t exactly what you’d call a hot topic, it absolutely should be because it’s essential to the health of your teeth, gums, and entire body.
You likely replace your toothbrush when you visit the dentist and go home with a new one for free, but did you know that you probably should be replacing your toothbrush more frequently than your dental visits?