Tooth extraction involves completely removing a tooth from the mouth. People may require tooth extraction for many reasons, ranging from tooth decay to crowded teeth.
We do not deny that pacifiers are a lifesaver for parents! They bring much comfort to babies in their early months as your child is learning to self soothe. Unfortunately, pacifier can harm the development of the mouth and teeth. Here is what you need to know....
One common concern of patients of all ages is teeth staining. Stains are caused by certain foods, lifestyles, or the inevitable aging process. You can prevent staining, especially when practicing great oral hygiene and regularly visiting your hygienist. We offer a...
Frequently changing your toothbrush is critical to a healthy smile How often do you think about changing your toothbrush? Surprisingly, changing out your toothbrush is critical to a healthy and safe cleaning in the morning and at night. When is it time to get a new...
Gum disease is common and unpleasant, but, according to a growing body of evidence, it could also play a role in a surprising range of seemingly unrelated health problems.
Dentists and oral surgeons perform tooth extractions for many reasons. The issue may be a painful wisdom tooth or a tooth that has been badly damaged by decay. In some cases, a dentist will remove a tooth to make space for dental prosthetics or braces.
Teeth help a person use their mouth to eat, speak, smile, and give shape to their face. Each type of tooth has a name and a specific function.
Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body, but, until now, no one knew how it managed to last a lifetime. The authors of a recent study conclude that enamel’s secret lies in the imperfect alignment of crystals.
A toothache is a painful annoyance, especially at night. Getting a toothache at night can make falling asleep or staying asleep very difficult.
New research finds that brushing the teeth three or more times a day significantly reduces the risk of atrial fibrillation and heart failure.