Adjusting to Dentures

Scuba Diving And Tooth Injury: What You Need To Know

All scuba divers understand that rigorous training is an essential prerequisite for anybody interested in taking up the sport. Scuba diving is a dangerous pastime, and while accidents are rare, around 100 divers in North America die annually. Scuba diving presents several health risks, but you may not previously have considered the possibility that this pastime could lead to tooth and jaw damage. Find out how scuba diving affects your teeth, and learn how to protect your mouth while you dive. Read More 

2 Ways To Get Your Kids Enthusiastic About Oral Care

Do your kids always forget to brush and floss their teeth, or do they complain when you constantly remind them? This can be quite normal with kids of all ages, but there might be things you can do as a parent to help your kids enjoy taking care of their teeth. Here are two ideas that might help. Make A Chart Brushing and flossing are important tasks for people of all ages, yet many kids do not understand the benefits or purpose of this. Read More 

Sweet Tooth: Reducing The Impact Diabetes Has On Dental Implant Success

Medical technology has advanced enough that even people with uncontrolled diabetes can successfully have dental implants installed. While studies have shown the survival rate of dental implants in diabetics to be around 92 percent, people with this disease must take extra measures in the years afterwards to prevent the implants from failing. Here are a few oral health issues that can affect the long-term success of your dental implant and simple things you can do to correct them. Read More 

Sweet Tooth Giving You Cavities? 3 Sweet Treats That Can Actually Help Fight Cavities

Is an uncontrollable sweet tooth the bane of your oral health? It can be hard to resist the cookies, candies, and cakes that you pass by in the grocery store or that are kept in your home by family members when you love sugary sweets. While eating a bit of candy here and there likely won't sabotage your dental health, eating these treats daily, especially if you don't brush immediately after eating them, can. Read More 

Dental Crowns And Photography: Capturing A Natural Smile

Major changes to your mouth may change your self-esteem for something as simple as taking a picture. If you're in need of a dental crown, there are many ways you can prepare and work with a dentist to minimize the crown's effect on your smile. With the proper adjustments, you can ensure that your dental crowns will not be a sore thumb in any future pictures that you are a part of. Read More