Treatments For Dental Sensitivity

Posted on: 16 August 2017

If you have sensitive teeth, you may find it difficult to eat and drink comfortably, especially when items are hot or cold. Still, there are treatments available to quell dental sensitivity. Here are a few of them: Sealants Dental sealants are resin or plastic coatings that are applied to the teeth. They are often placed on the grooved chewing surfaces of the back teeth to prevent plaque and debris from accumulating and causing decay. [Read More]

5 Things To Avoid After Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Posted on: 1 August 2017

People have their wisdom teeth extracted for a number of reasons, including impaction, lack of room in the mouth, or infection. Since wisdom tooth extraction is a surgical procedure, there is a recovery time which may include some discomfort and pain ass the gums and jaw heal after extraction. If you will be having your wisdom teeth extracted in the near future, avoid the following things after surgery: Smoking Smoking can cause major problems after wisdom teeth extraction. [Read More]

Things You Should Know Concerning Sleep Apnea

Posted on: 15 July 2017

Many people assume that breathing disorders are issues that are limited to occurring when individuals are physically active. However, sleep apnea is a breathing issue that can arise when a person is deeply asleep. Sleep apnea is a condition that people frequently underestimate, and you will want to have a strong understanding about a few key points so that you are prepared to protect your health against the effects of chronic sleep apnea. [Read More]

Whitening Your Teeth Personally, Professionally, And How To Keep You Teeth White

Posted on: 17 June 2017

It is very important to have good dental hygiene. One of the very first things that people will notice about you is your smile. If you have good dental hygiene then this is usually a good thing. However, there are times when no matter how well we brush and floss, teeth start to yellow. This is usually due to the use of tobacco, coffee, tea, and other sugary or acidic food and drink. [Read More]