Category Archives: Dental Health

What is the Problem with Teeth That Don’t Erupt?

If you have a tooth that just never erupts through your gums, that’s no big deal, right? Actually, that can be quite a big deal. A tooth that is unable to erupt can lead to problems with other teeth, and can even lead to an infection in your mouth where the tooth is stuck. If […]

What Is Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is defined as the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases, the teeth and supporting structures. Dentists who specialize in restorative dentistry basically rehab your teeth. They determine what the problems are, the best materials that can be used to fix the problem teeth and the best method to do so. Restorative dentistry […]

How Gaps Between Your Teeth Can Harm Your Oral Health

When you smile, people instantly take note of your teeth. Dental imperfections, no matter how minor, can cause self-consciousness, making you make every attempt to hide your mouth. And a refusal to smile can negatively impact a person’s initial impression. Gaps between your teeth, while viewed by some as cute and endearing, are one of […]

How Dentists Can Help if You Snore

Snoring is not a normal sound that people make simply because they are in a deep sleep. Typically, snoring is a symptom of a much larger issue, and that is having trouble breathing while asleep. Letting your dentist know that you are having trouble with snoring may not make much sense, as most people think […]

Discreet Options for Keeping Your Teeth Clean While at Work

Oral hygiene is important. While the minimum recommendation is to brush your teeth twice a day (first thing in the morning and then again before bed), it never hurts to make an effort to keep your teeth during the day too. After all, you eat several meals and snacks in between brushing sessions. If you’re […]