Most people know you are supposed to floss your teeth, but many people still don't do it. If you find you only floss your teeth when you get something caught in them, you want to pay close attention to this article so you have a clearer understanding of why you should be flossing each day, no matter what. You also want to make sure you are using the right type of floss, so you get the best results.
18 March 2015
Many people detest visits to the dentist because they are afraid of suffering pain. But the real cause of their fear is their lack of knowledge regarding what the dentist will do to them. Lying on your back in a dentist chair, feeling helpless while the dentist probes your mouth is bad enough. But if you don't know what to expect, your imagination can get carried away and you can end up being afraid for no logical reason.
4 March 2015
Many people brush a number of times a day, but forget that flossing is also important. A toothbrush cannot reach all the debris that gets caught in between your teeth, which means that plaque and bacteria can hide and create cavities in between your teeth if you aren't careful. To avoid these dental problems, flossing is something you must do every day. Here are four tips you can use to make sure flossing is effective.
9 February 2015
The first thing people notice about you is often your smile. When you have missing teeth, it causes you to be self-conscious about the way you look and feel. Instead of greeting someone with a warm smile, you often end up shying away and keeping your mouth closed. Thankfully, there is a solution to put an end to your dental problems. With the help of dental prosthodontics, you can get the brilliant smile you have been waiting for.
19 January 2015
When your child has a loose tooth, it is important to wait to remove the tooth until it is truly ready to come out of your child's mouth. Many parents make the mistake of pulling their child's tooth as soon as they notice that it has started to become loose. Pulling the tooth too early could cause your child a lot of pain and actually damage his or her gums. Below is a guide for how to tell when your child's tooth is ready to be pulled and a safe and easy method for pulling it, when the time comes.
2 January 2015
As is the case with every part of the body, the teeth also contain blood vessels and nerves. This makes them alive and vital. However, a tooth can die or become non-vital for many different reasons. It can be difficult to know when this happens and at times, it can cause a lot of pain. Put simply, a tooth is deemed dead when there is no longer a supply of blood and nutrients to it.
4 December 2014