The elderly adult population is rapidly increasing, which means geriatric dentistry is becoming more prevalent these days. While it may be hard to sway your parents or grandparents to visit a dentist, the importance of dental health during old age is paramount. In order to prevent dental health problems that can become serious overall health problems, geriatric dentistry should be a priority. Continue reading
Replacing a tooth can sounds like an overwhelming situation, but with the aid of a professional dentist, an implant and crown can be easily installed and provide a durable, comfortable replacement for years to come. Continue reading
Morning breath is a dreaded factor many mornings, and it often seems like no amount of cleaning will rid you of the inevitably unpleasant odor of your mouth on waking up. This unfortunate phenomenon happens to all of us, and it’s a perfectly natural result of your body’s functions while you sleep. We’ll review the causes of bad breath and steps you can take to fight back. Continue reading
We all know that it’s important to visit the dentist for regular dental exams and to treat any oral health issues. But how often should you be seeing your dentist? The answer can differ in certain situations, but as a rule of thumb, you should be visiting your dentist twice a year.
In addition to performing a thorough examination to spot any forming cavities or gum disease, your dentists has specialized tools to deep clean your teeth in ways that you aren’t able to at home. This semi-annual cleaning can go a long way in preventing cavities, and if one should happen to develop it will inflict minimal damage to your tooth if it’s treated quickly. Continue reading