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Symptoms and Treatment of a Dry Mouth

Saliva plays an important role in oral health. Saliva helps control the bacteria and fungi in your mouth which helps prevent infections. If you don’t have enough saliva your mouth can get uncomfortable and dry. This condition is also known as xerostomia. Fortunately, there are several simple treatments which can help dry mouth. Causes of [Read more …]


Teeth Grinding and Teeth Health

Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a common condition. It happens when you grind or clench your teeth during the day or at night when you sleep. Grinding and clenching your teeth can wear down the precious enamel of your teeth and put stress on your jaw. It can lead to tooth decay, headaches, [Read more …]


What Is Cosmetic Dentistry and How Can It Help You

Cosmetic dentistry offers you fantastic opportunities for transforming your smile and boosting your self-esteem by enhancing its beauty. Nowadays, you can receive a variety of treatments that will help you get picture-perfect teeth. You just need to be sure that the procedures you choose are indeed the best for your particular situation and budget. The [Read more …]


Recognize Gum Disease Symptoms to Get Timely Treatment

Periodontal gum disease is a very serious problem that can cause you to lose your teeth if it’s not treated in time. It’s a progressive inflammatory condition that affects gum tissue and bones that surround your teeth. When it reaches the advanced stage (advanced periodontitis), the inflammation gets so bad that the damage to the [Read more …]


When Can Your Child Brush Their Own Teeth?

Good oral hygiene should start before your child’s first teeth erupt. Although baby teeth will eventually fall out, they still need to be taken care of so that your child’s permanent teeth develop properly. By starting your child off with good oral hygiene habits, you can help them have healthy teeth for life. Your child’s [Read more …]


What Wears Down Your Teeth?

Your teeth have an outer hard layer known as enamel. The enamel protects your teeth which include the inner pulp and nerves. When the enamel of your teeth is worn down, your teeth are more susceptible to cavities and decay. There are several things which wear down the enamel of your teeth. Grinding your teeth, [Read more …]


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