Why Dental Fillings Are Important

2021-08-03T18:11:34+00:00August 3rd, 2021|Categories: Dental, Tips|Tags: , , , |

Statistics from the National Institute of Health indicate that over 78% of people are more likely to develop tooth decay before their 17th birthday. Poor dental health and hygiene are the main culprits as far as tooth cavities are concerned. If you don’t observe the guidelines of oral health and hygiene, you are prone to lose the enamel of your teeth gradually. The enamel is the hard, outer layer of the teeth and its role is to protect your teeth from damage.  Enamel erosion will inevitably make your teeth vulnerable to plaque buildup and decay. Your teeth will have cavities that come in the form of holes. Without proper treatment, [...]

Foods That Are Beneficial for Your Gums and Teeth

2021-10-18T18:16:53+00:00June 8th, 2021|Categories: Dental, Tips|Tags: , , , |

No matter how much effort we put into taking care of our gums and teeth, gum diseases remain among the most prevalent oral conditions in the world. You may brush and floss your teeth regularly or even go for the occasional dental checkup, but these are not enough to protect you from oral health issues. According to a study by the IADR and AADR, 50 percent of adults in America aged over 30 years have some form of periodontal disease. This is equivalent to over 67.4 million adults with dental health problems. The type of food products that you eat can help ensure that your gums and teeth remain healthy. [...]

Avoiding Tooth Decay and Cavities

2019-09-04T05:28:08+00:00September 4th, 2019|Categories: Dental|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Tooth decay is the gradual softening of the enamel (the hard, protective layer that covers the teeth). In the absence of timely dental intervention, tooth decay can spread to the dental cavities, eventually resulting in tooth loss. Everyone with poor dental hygiene is susceptible to tooth decay, although it is more common among children and young adults. Understanding Tooth Decay Tooth decay is typically the end-result of unchecked bacterial buildup on the teeth. These bacteria, which are brought about by most of the food you eat, feed on the food particles that remain in your mouth, and thereby produce acid. This food and bacteria combination, in addition to the acid [...]

What Are the Most Common Dental Problems for Children?

2019-06-14T00:07:56+00:00June 14th, 2019|Categories: Dental, Tips|Tags: , , |

When it comes to your kids, you probably never want to risk having any type of problem with their teeth. Dental care when it comes to kids should start when the first teeth come in. Caring for the teeth of your children and taking them to the dentist for checkups is an important part of oral care. You can't go back in time and instill good oral care habits, so it's good to start a pattern of good brushing knowledge and brush and floss habits and get them familiar with dental checkups so they continue those good habits for life. Giving your kids the gift of good oral care when [...]

The Truth About Sugary Drinks and Your Smile

2019-05-22T04:17:59+00:00May 22nd, 2019|Categories: Tips|Tags: , , , , , , |

It may seem that sugar is in a lot of your drinks and food these days. If your diet or lifestyle is anything like that of the average American, you may be right. Sweetened beverages have become a commonplace occurrence. You can find them cooling in fridges at convenience stores or gas stations. You can get them from vending machines, or purchase them at the grocery store. They may even have vitamins or electrolytes or frequently contain caffeine. Even if they do say that they have fruit or are all natural, are they? Overall, these sugar-laden drinks are not healthy. This is true when it comes to dental health. Harmful [...]