After falling down and striking your mouth on a piece of furniture, you may have discovered that you have broken one of your teeth. If so, use the following tips to take care of yourself until you can have your tooth looked at by a dentist at your local dental clinic. Control Any Bleeding First Depending on how hard to hit your mouth and the area of the tooth where the break occurred, you may or may not have bleeding.
28 August 2018
Has a dentist informed you that your teenager has an underbite? Perhaps it is obvious to you that the condition exists. An underbite is usually noticeable. Many parents do not fully understand why they should correct the issue. The following points will help you to understand the potential effects of your child having an underbite. Self-Esteem Some children with underbites may find the condition embarrassing. This can cause them to be shy around their peers.
4 August 2018
Gingivitis is the entry stage to gum disease and can be reversed at home if you know what to do. Cutting off gingivitis before it becomes severe is something that can help to protect your overall oral health. If you know that you have gingivitis and need to know what to do to control it, give these tips a try. Flossing Flossing may not be something many people want to do, but it's not a step that can or should be skipped.
3 July 2018
In the city of Springfield, Illinois, there are different dentists that fabricate and insert same day crowns, known also as CEREC. After talking with their dentists, many people select same day crowns, rather than dental crowns fabricated at dental laboratories. Dental Crowns All dental crowns are not fabricated equally. If your tooth requires a dental crown, be sure to discuss the different options with your dentist. A dental crown is a cap that is inserted above a treated decayed tooth, broken tooth, or fragile tooth.
8 June 2018
If you or your teenager suffer from chronic sinusitis, you are both probably familiar with its symptoms. They include nasal congestion, facial pain or pressure, diminished sense of smell, and possibly post nasal drip and fatigue. While these are the most common symptoms of sinus disorders, you may also experience problems with your teeth and gums. If your teen wears braces and suffers from chronic sinusitis, visit a teenager orthodontics specialist who can monitor his or her oral status so that if problems should arise, they can be recognized and addressed early on.
6 May 2018
If your gums hurt, chances are you've already made an appointment at your dentist office. Gum disease is a serious issue and needs medical attention. In the meantime, however, you're probably interested in cutting down the pain or discomfort you're experiencing as much as possible. Give these three drug-free tips a try to boost your comfort level while you're waiting to see the dentist. Salt Water Salt water is a classic remedy for swollen, painful gums.
8 April 2018
If you're anything like most parents, your children are your number one priority. For this reason, when your child gets hurt, you probably go into panic mode. If your child has chipped their tooth or damaged it in another way, take a few moments to stay calm, as there are several things you can do to help the situation. Try to Locate the Tooth Whether it's a small area of damage or the entire tooth has been lost, try your best to find the tooth.
12 March 2018