Good Oral Health May Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease

Good Oral Health May Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease

Studies have proven that when your mouth starts to show signs of disease some form of health problem is starting to affect the rest of the body. One of the most well-known examples of this is the relationship between gum disease and its effects on the cardiovascular system. Often people who suffer from severe forms of gingivitis and periodontal disease...
how restorative dentists reducing patient fear

How Restorative Dentists are Reducing Patient Fear

Restorative dentists are becoming extremely popular due to their ability to correct many dental imperfections and conditions. Dentists who use restorative techniques can improve the look of your teeth and give you a more aesthetically pleasing smile. One of the main reasons many patients don't seek out this type of treatment is the fear factor. You don't have to be...
top trends in cosmetic dentistry

Top Trends in Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is becoming increasingly popular with individuals who want healthy teeth and an attractive smile. Advancements in the technology behind many of the most well-known procedures have made them more affordable than ever before. We’re highlighting trends in cosmetic dentistry and cosmetic dentistry procedures which have improved over the past few years. Top Trends in Cosmetic Dentistry Veneers and Other...
dental emergency tips

Dental Emergency Tips

Tooth pain is one of the most intense types of pain you can experience. Even though most people consider a dental emergency to be less serious than something you would go to the emergency room for, the pain may make you beg to differ. When You Can't Get to Your Dentist There are times when you simply can't get to the...
stress affects teeth

How Stress Affects Your Teeth

Stress damages the body in more ways than you might think. Everyone knows that constant stress puts unnecessary pressure on the cardiovascular system and heart. It also causes muscles throughout the body to tighten, restricting blood flow and putting pressure on the joints. Stress affects your teeth as well and can cause damage to your teeth in two ways. First,...
causes of tooth sensitivity

The Causes of Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity can prevent you from enjoying many of your favorite foods, not to mention the uncomfortable feeling when you breathe in cold air or drink cold beverages. Many people don't realize that they can be causing tooth sensitivity with the foods they eat or how they care for their teeth. Causes of Tooth Sensitivity Sensitivity occurs when the enamel...