Tips for Working Good Oral Hygiene into a Busy Schedule

A Couple Of Sleep Apnea Questions Addressed

Sleep apnea can be a serious condition that many patients may develop over the course of their lives. Sadly, this condition is often poorly understood by patients, which can make it difficult for them to make smart choices when it comes to addressing this health problem. If you suspect that you are suffering from sleep apnea, you may benefit from having a couple of the more common questions about this condition answered. Read More 

2 Cleansing Rinses to Help Keep Your Twin Block Appliance Clean

If you have a misaligned jaw, then your dentist may install a twin bock appliance in order to move your jaw into the proper position. A twin block works best when it is worn for the majority of the day. However, the more that you wear the device, the more likely it is to collect debris and bacteria. It is important to clean your twin block appliance regularly in order to avoid developing a bacterial infection in your mouth. Read More 

3 Ways To Treat A Child With Misaligned Teeth

It is important as a parent to protect your child from lifelong dental problems caused by misaligned teeth. Malocclusion or misaligned teeth is a condition where the teeth are not aligned properly, crooked, crowed or the jaws do not meet properly. This condition can make it hard to keep your gums and teeth clean when not treated early. It can also increase the risk of gum disease and cavities. Here are three ways to treat a child with misaligned teeth. Read More 

Are Mini Implants Right For You?

If you've had substantial tooth loss, find dentures to be uncomfortable or impractical and you are unable to get traditional implants, then mini dental implants might be an option for you. Mini implants are smaller implants that are used to anchor a set of dentures or a bridge rather than replace individual teeth. They still allow for the dentures to be removed for cleaning and are usually less expensive than having each tooth replaced with a full-sized implant, especially if you're missing a large number of teeth. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Lost Fillings

Fillings don't last forever, and eventually, yours will fall out and need to be replaced. Here are three things you need to know about lost fillings. Why do fillings fall out? The average amalgam filling can be expected to last between eight and ten years, though it's possible for them to last for more than 20 years. They can eventually fail for multiple reasons. New tooth decay can form in the area around the filling due to poor oral hygiene, and when that happens, the filling will no longer be secure and will fall out. Read More