Plaque And Your Oral Health: What You Need To Know

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When you neglect to brush your teeth, you can feel the buildup of plaque on your teeth. Plaque is dangerous for many reasons. Here are some things you need to know about plaque buildup and what you need to do about it: How Does Plaque Form? Plaque forms on the teeth after you eat or drink. Sugars and food particles from the food and drinks are especially prevalent when you do not brush your teeth daily.

28 May 2021

When Is Tooth Extraction Necessary For Young Children?

Dentist Blog

Most pediatric dentists will avoid extracting baby teeth if they can. This is because baby teeth have their own timeline. The timeline for baby teeth to be replaced by permanent teeth usually starts at around the age of five or six and extends until about the age of twelve. Removing baby teeth before they are due to come out on their own can create problems further down the line. Unfortunately, in some cases, a pediatric dentist may recommend tooth extraction before a tooth is ready to come out on its own.

20 April 2021

How A Medical Supplier Can Help Keep Your Medical Office Stocked

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During the very beginning of the pandemic, when everybody was raiding the shelves of grocery stores and pharmacies, it felt like the world was never going to make enough medical supplies to keep up. However, now that distributors have produced more and things have started to settle down, it's much easier to keep medical supply shelves fully stocked and ready for you to use at your medical office. To ensure that you always have everything you need, from cotton swabs to tongue dispensers, there are a few helpful tips for you to use.

9 March 2021

5 Guidelines To Follow After Dental Implants Surgery

Dentist Blog

Most adults lose at least one tooth at some point and have to find a solution to this problem. Fortunately, dentists have managed to develop excellent remedies to replace lost teeth thanks to modern technology. Dental implants offer a reliable solution for people who have lost their teeth. Although dental implants have gradually grown in popularity, the majority of patients are concerned with the recovery period after the dental implant surgery.

25 January 2021

Dental Implants: Signs You Need To Speak To Your Dentist After Getting Them

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Once you have your dental implants placed in your mouth, it will be quite a while before your mouth heals fully. This is because your jaw and gums go through a lot to accomplish having successful dental implants put in place and can make the mouth sore for up to eight months' worth of healing time. As your dental implants heal, you should take care of your mouth by chewing soft foods, consuming liquid foods, and keeping your mouth free of bacteria and germs.

9 December 2020

Causes And Treatments For Overgrown Gums

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Gum overgrowth is also known as gingival hyperplasia. This term refers to the overgrowth of gum tissue that can extend over your teeth and even in between your teeth. In addition, those who have gum overgrowth may notice that their gums bleed easily when brushing and flossing and when getting their teeth cleaned or probed with dental instruments during routine examinations. Here are some causes of gum overgrowth and how your dentist can treat it.

27 October 2020

What You Should Know About Adult Orthodontics

Dentist Blog

If you are an adult and are dissatisfied with your teeth, you are not alone. Millions of people around the world have crowding, crooked teeth, overlapping teeth, and more that make them unhappy with their smiles. However, you do not necessarily have to stay that way. Orthodontics and adult braces are options. Before you make any decisions about your smile, learn some of the facts you should know about adult orthodontics.

31 December 2019