How To Take Care Of Dental Implants

Taking good care of your dental implants is the best way to ensure they stand the test of time. Proper oral hygiene can help your implants last as long as possible, prevent infections, and allow your implants to continue to blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth. Here are four things you should do to take care of your implants: 1. Brush your implant. You should brush your implant the same way you brush all your other teeth. [Read More]

Diet Soda Damage Your Teeth During A Diet? Consider A Root Canal

Switching to diet sodas helped to cut a lot of calories out of your diet and has dropped some weight off your belt line. However, you have found that all that extra diet soda – which you drink more of than normal soda – has caused dental decay. Thankfully, a root canal – and a decreased soda intake – can save that tooth. Diet Sodas May Cause Tooth Decay While diet sodas are often advertised as a healthier alternative to normal sodas, they can do just as much damage to certain areas of the body. [Read More]

Ways A Dentist Can Help You With Sleep Apnea

According to the National Sleep Foundation, there are an estimated 18 million people in the United States who suffer from sleep apnea. This scary condition can show up in a lot of ways, but it is most often relative to interruptions in regular breathing while you sleep. If you are afraid that you have sleep apnea, you may not think to talk to your dentist about the problem, but the dentist is actually one of the first people you may want to talk to about your symptoms. [Read More]

Have An Overbite? Know About The Causes And Correction Process

Everyone wants a smile that looks perfect, but there can be many problems that cause it to not look so great. One problem you may be suffering from is an overbite, which also causes problems with talking and eating. It helps to know what causes an overbite and what the potential corrections are. Causes of Overbites An overbite can be best described as when your upper teeth overlap your front teeth when your mouth is closed. [Read More]