Your New Dental Implant Bridge

Your new bridge mounted on dental implants represents a serious investment in restoring the full function and appearance of multiple lost teeth. Even though the bridge and the titanium abutments anchoring it are made from materials that are not subject to tooth decay, it will still require inclusion in your daily oral hygiene routine. If… Read more »

Tips to Avoid Dental Emergencies While Traveling

Do you want to avoid dental emergencies while you are traveling? If so, our and her team have some tips for you! If you do these four things, you will have the top-notch oral health you deserve and you will be able to enjoy every moment of your vacation: Avoid major dental treatment: Sometimes major… Read more »

Why Do Dental Fillings Deteriorate?

Your healthy smile hinges on good daily oral care, regular dental checkups and cleanings and even good genetics. But even with the best of care cavities can sneak into your smile. Wear and tear over time, along with bacterial plaque can damage your pearly whites. This is where dental restorations come to the rescue. Dental… Read more »

Cold Sores, Canker Sores and Oral Cancer

Do you ever wonder what causes some of the lesions in your mouth? Are you often affected by sores that arise unexpectedly and cause discomfort? You are definitely not alone when it comes to the phenomenon of oral lesions. Common causes are infection, inflammation, and sometimes cancer. The most common causes, however, are viral and… Read more »

Early Tooth Care Starts at Home

Caring for your child’s teeth starts early, earlier than you may expect. Your baby is born with all their teeth hidden in the gums. Over time the primary teeth push their way through the gums, and emerge. These teeth can start to show up around six months, although it can vary. By the time your… Read more »

Advantages of Veneers and Lumineers

Are you unhappy with the appearance of your smile? Do you ever wish there was something you could do to achieve a radiant teeth? If you would like to improve the appearance of your smile, we recommend considering dental veneers and lumineers. These thin shells are especially useful if you have small gaps in your… Read more »

What is the Best Way to Floss Your Teeth?

Flossing is a very important part of your oral hygiene regimen and one of the most important things you can do to help prevent the onset of gum disease. The act of flossing might seem to be a little more than running a piece of waxed or unwaxed string between your teeth. However, the spaces… Read more »

Saliva’s Role in Your Mouth

Saliva plays an incredible role in our mouths. And today we are going to tell you why its role in your mouth is so important. What is saliva? Saliva is a clear liquid made by specific glands, the salivary glands, found in your mouth. Saliva is important for a healthy body. It contains substances you… Read more »

Have Haemophilia? Take Care Of Your Teeth

Haemophiliacs know that they need to take care every day to avoid injuring themselves. They do this because haemophilia is a blood clotting disorder which can result in excess bleeding. Haemophiliacs need to keep an eye on many things, including their dental health. Keep Good Oral Hygiene Everyone wants to avoid dental health problems, especially… Read more »

Why You Should Use Mouthwash

You may wonder if it is necessary for you to use mouthwash. You brush your teeth, and floss them too. Do you need mouthwash as well? Mouthwash is a great addition for your overall dental health. There are several benefits from using mouthwash. Helps Clean the Mouth Though a toothbrush and floss are the main… Read more »