The Importance Of Dental Bridges To Replace Missing Teeth

Posted on: 14 October 2019

Dental bridges can replace a single missing tooth or several missing teeth to give you a full mouth of teeth. If you are missing a tooth or if you have an area with several teeth missing, a dental bridge can be created to fill in the gap. The bridge attaches to nearby teeth, helping to protect the integrity of your bite. If you go with missing teeth for too long, your face can appear older and change shape slightly. [Read More]

Does Dry Mouth Cause Cavities? Sjögren's Syndrome And Dental Care

Posted on: 17 September 2019

Sjögren's Syndrome and Saliva Sjögren's syndrome is an autoimmune disease that causes the body's immune system to launch an attack on healthy tissues as if they contained foreign substances or pathogens. Some of the tissues targeted by the immune system are salivary glands. This causes a decrease in the production of saliva, which results in dry lips, oral cavity, and throat. Saliva is composed of water, enzymes and lubricating agents. It is produced in three separate glands located in the cheek, under the tongue and under the jawbone. [Read More]

3 Ways To Gain Confidence About Your Smile

Posted on: 14 August 2019

Are you someone who always smiles with your mouth closed when taking a selfie? Or maybe you cover your mouth when laughing or eating because you're embarrassed by your teeth? No matter what the reason for being self-conscious about your teeth, there are some things you can do to gain more confidence. Here are three ways to gain confidence about your smile: 1. Invest In Cosmetic Dentistry Maybe you don't like your smile because your teeth are stained or crooked. [Read More]

Are You Focused On Your Children's Dental Health?

Posted on: 15 July 2019

Have you been reading a lot about how bad dental habits can have an effect on an individual's overall health? Maybe you thought that, since your children are still very little, dental health wasn't a priority right now. After all, they're going to lose those cute baby teeth anyway, right? Now you have realized that dental health is important from a very early age. Do you have a plan on how to help your children achieve that? [Read More]