So, you’ve been thinking about options for replacing your missing or damaged teeth? Well, you’ve come to the right place, because we’re going to talk about some of the options you have to get your smile back. And, anyone who knows anything about tooth replacement knows you won’t just get your smile back, you’ll get your voice, health, and life back. There are two main options to go forward with. One could get dental implants
We all know it’s important to go to the dentist for checkups, and to brush twice daily, and floss every day, and avoid sugary foods and drinks, and the list goes on. These are all pieces of advice that we’ve been told for as long as we’ve had teeth. Why though? Why is it so important that we take care of our teeth every day? The answer is simple, but we don’t always get the
Dental care has evolved significantly over the hundreds and thousands of years humans have been taking care of their teeth. Before modern toothbrushes and toothpaste, which contains fluoride and pleasant flavors, humans still had to find a way to keep their teeth clean and breath fresh. From the beginning, people have tried many different ways to answer the question about how to best keep the mouth clean. When Did People Start Brushing Their Teeth? Dental
Have you ever woken up with terrible pain in your jaw? Maybe you’ve gone weeks with this feeling that you can’t explain. It’s like someone has been punching you right in the jaw in your sleep. Well, don’t worry there isn’t some shadow boxer in your bedroom, you’re likely grinding your teeth in your sleep. This is known as bruxism; it’s the rhythmic clenching of jaws and grinding of teeth that develops at any age.
Everyone knows that brushing your teeth is the most important part of dental health, but can you brush your teeth too much? The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth for two minutes, twice a day. Sometimes people like to brush after meals or midday to freshen up, and while this isn’t always a bad thing if you start to over-brush it will ultimately damage your enamel, make your teeth sensitive, and lead