How To Swiftly Reduce Swollen Gums

Attention is naturally paid to how your teeth look most if not all of the time. What is equally important is your gums as well. Your gums are also an important part of your oral health. The gum tissue is full of blood vessels that anchor your teeth and protect them...

How Do I Protect A Blood Clot In The Mouth?

A blood clot needs careful attention and care in order for you to complete a full recovery from it. A blood clot notably occurs after tooth extraction treatment, and the dentist will provide an aftercare plan which highlights the key things you need to do for a blood...
How Smoking Damages Oral Health

How Smoking Damages Oral Health

Smoking is an oral habit not only bad for your general health, but for your teeth and gums as well. Your smile will gradually show signs of degradation due to these smoking habits, and we can discuss how smoking damages oral health. It is never late to quit smoking,...

The Available Tooth Decay Treatments

Are your teeth at risk of decay? You can avoid it becoming progressively worse by contacting your dentist today for the required treatment. If you’re suffering from sensitivity but you’re unsure of what tooth decay is, keep reading on! What Is Tooth Decay?...

How Does Fluoride Toothpaste Protect Teeth?

The dentist will advocate for not just brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day as part of a strong oral routine, but to use fluoride toothpaste due to the benefits it provides to your teeth and gums. First of all, what is fluoride? Fluoride is a natural mineral...
Bone Density For A Dental Implant

Bone Density For A Dental Implant

Losing a tooth leaves a gap in the mouth. A solution to this is usually to replace the gap with a cosmetic treatment such as dental implants. If you lose a tooth, then this not only impacts your smiling confidence but also impacts the underlying strength of the...