Wearing Dentures With Dental Implants: Why They Are Ideal

Are you to the point where you hate looking in the mirror because several of your teeth are gone? If you don't like the idea of wearing dentures out of fear that they will fall out, you may want to get the kind that is secured by dental implants. In this article, learn why you will be satisfied with wearing dentures if you get implants and how much you will have to pay for them. Read More 

What Type Of Braces Should You Get?

Choosing which type of braces you or your child should go with can be a daunting task. There is no one best option-- each type has distinct pros and cons. Traditional metal braces When you think of braces, you probably envision the metal kind. Metal braces consist of small pieces of stainless steel or ceramic material, called brackets. The brackets are glued to the front of each tooth. A thin, hard band of wire goes over the brackets, to apply pressure. Read More 

Invisalign: 5 Sometimes Forgotten Benefits Of Straight Teeth

If you are tired of suffering from crooked, crowded or otherwise misaligned teeth, it may be time to consider talking to an orthodontist about braces. Even if you can handle your misaligned teeth, you may want to consider the impact of your poorly aligned teeth on your overall health. Keep reading to learn more about various personal, oral and overall health benefits of straight teeth. What Straight Teeth Can Do For You Read More 

You’re Not Done With Your Teeth Until You Brush Your Tongue

You may do a good job brushing and flossing every day, maybe even twice a day. But you may not know that cleaning your tongue is another part of dental hygiene that you shouldn't forget. Your tongue captures all kinds of bacteria that can damage your teeth and cause bad breath. Learn about how cleaning your tongue is another way to prevent cavities and other dental problems. How Your Tongue Helps and Harms You Read More 

4 Dental Care Tips For Patients With Diabetes

If you have diabetes, you are probably accustomed to it having an effect on other aspects of your health. One aspect that you might not have thought about, however, is the effect on your oral health. Luckily, taking proper precautions will help you keep your teeth and gums healthy, regardless of your diabetes, so you can take care of the other aspects of your diabetes and overall health. 1. Manage Your Blood Sugar Levels Read More