Periodontal Disease: Three Things To Know

Posted on: 23 February 2017

If your dentist has diagnosed you with periodontal disease, the bad news is that it is the most common cause of tooth loss in adults. However, the good news is that it can be treated successfully to restore your oral health. The treatment your dentist recommends depends on the severity of your condition. Mild to moderate gum disease is most often treated with non-surgical methods, whereas advanced periodontitis typically requires a surgical approach. [Read More]

Things You Can Do To Protect Your Periodontal Health

Posted on: 26 January 2017

The health of your gums impacts other areas of your mouth. In fact, if gum disease is severe, it can even result in tooth and bone loss. Still, there are things that you can do to protect your periodontal health. Here are a few of them. Use an Anti-microbial Mouth Rinse A mouth rinse can do more than freshen your breath. It can protect the health of your gums. One of the main causes of gum inflammation is oral bacteria. [Read More]

4 Tips For Helping Your Child Avoid Cavities

Posted on: 12 January 2017

Kids are typically less thorough with their oral hygiene than adults, so they have a higher risk of cavities. Dental decay can lead to sore teeth and extra trips to the dentist's office. As a parent, it is important to make sure your child practices good oral hygiene habits. Here are four helpful tips for helping your child avoid cavities: Keep Sweets Out of the House If your child is like many kids, he or she probably loves eating sweets. [Read More]

Dental Implants Versus Implant Dental Bridges: Which Are Best for You?

Posted on: 21 December 2016

If you have one or more teeth that are missing from your mouth due to tooth trauma or tooth decay that led to them having to be extracted, then replacing them is very important. While dental implants are becoming popular, dental bridges and dentures are still in use due to the fact that all mouths and different and some teeth replacement options work better for some people's specific oral problems than others. [Read More]