Category Archives: Dental Health

How Oral Hygiene Changes As We Get Older?

As you age, your teeth will change, as will your oral hygiene needs. By better understanding how your mouth will change as you get older, you can take steps to keep your teeth and gums healthy. Beware of Dry Mouth Dry mouth is a condition that tends to develop with older age. Dry mouth occurs […]

Does the Brand Matter When Buying Oral Healthcare Products?

When it comes to oral healthcare products, some brand names are more popular than others. You’ve probably heard of Crest, Colgate, and a few others, and you may be wondering whether the brand actually even matters. The answer is – no! When looking for oral healthcare products, you should be more concerned about the ingredients […]

What is Traveler’s Breath and How Do You Steer Clear of It?

People who travel frequently can add a lot of frequent flyer miles to their accounts, but they could also add something more unpleasant for them and those who sit close to them. Traveler’s breath is real and it affects those who move around from place to place for a living. No matter what cabin you’re […]

What is a Rubber Dam Used For?

We use a rubber dam in dentistry to isolate a tooth that needs treatment, usually for a root canal procedure. This thin sheet of latex helps our dentist perform the work more efficiently and is beneficial for our patients because it is more sterile than if not used. Benefits of Using a Rubber Dam When […]

Common Procedures That Fall Under Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is the branch of our profession that helps people who want to improve the look of their teeth or those who need reconstructive surgery after an accident. There are many procedures we can use to help you reach your goals depending on your specific situation. Types of Restorative Dentistry Procedures Our goal is […]