Dental Care Tips for Pregnant Women
3 July 2017
When you're pregnant, it's easy to put your dental health on the back burner. You have a new one on the way, and it seems like getting ready for their arrival takes precedence over everything. You also may have heard some myths about the safety of certain dental procedures. But neglecting your teeth and gums when pregnant can not only harm your oral health, but also it could affect your baby's health, too.
Stuck Wisdom Tooth? Find Temporary Pain Relief With These Tips
26 May 2017
Wisdom teeth generally erupt between 17 and 21 years of age, or slightly older. But for some people, their wisdom teeth stay below the gumline or inside the jawbone and cause significant discomfort. Teeth that don't emerge properly are impacted and require an extraction. Until you seek dental treatment for your tooth, here are things you can do to ease the pain temporarily.
Clean Your Mouth With a Water Flosser
Guaranteed Health Care Without Worry - Preparing Your Child To Visit The Dentist
15 May 2017
Many adults maintain some degree of fear of going to the dentist, so it should come as no surprise that children often have the same reaction. The first trip to the dentist can be a big step for your son or daughter, so it's important that you take all the steps you can to make sure it goes as smoothly as possible.
Below, you'll find a guide to a few things you can do to make your child's trip to the dentist go a little bit easier.
Dental Disorders 101: Tongue Thrusting
27 February 2017
Tongue thrusting, also known by the more formal name of orofacial muscular imbalance, refers to the behavioral pattern of pressing the tongue outtbetween the front teeth while swallowing, speaking, and resting. While tongue thrusting is both normal and relatively harmless before the age of six, those who continue this pattern later in life tend to develop various dental problems. If you would like to learn more about tongue thrusting, read on.