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Top Reasons Not to Skip Dental Cleanings

Dental cleaning is something that we all skip from time to time. I think that the reason we skip the procedure is because we really don't understand how important it is. We think that because we spend time caring for our teeth each day, and get through the examination with out any problems that we can skip a cleaning and suffer no repercussions. Having been diagnosed with oral cancer that could have been caught earlier for a better outcome, I have learned just how important dental cleanings are. Learning why something seemingly unimportant is crucial to your overall health may help you reconsider skipping your next cleaning. This site will help you learn why dental cleanings are so important, by teaching you what your dentist looks for during the examination.


An Overview Of Three Rare Dental Problems

Some dental ailments, such as dental caries, are common, while some dental problems only afflict a few people. However, your dental problem is a problem even if you are the only one afflicted by it. Below are three examples of rare dental problems, all of which can be treated by seeking dental services from a professional. 1. Hypodontia This is a situation in which you are born with one or more missing teeth. Read More 

Permanent Dental Bridges Vs. Temporary Dental Bridges

Dental bridge services include fitting you for a bridge and helping you choose either a temporary or permanent bridge. If you are not familiar with the differences between these two main types of bridges, your dentist can explain them to you. You can also check out the comparison of permanent versus temporary dental bridges below.  Temporary Bridges A temporary bridge is any bridge that will require replacing in the future or one that you can remove and clean on a regular basis. Read More 

What To Know About Dentures

Losing your teeth is something that can happen for a variety of reasons. Illness, dental decay, and injury can all mean losing some or even all of your teeth. You certainly aren't alone when it comes to have a tooth or teeth missing, it's more common than you may think. More than 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, and 36 million are missing all of their teeth. The good news is that there are a variety of tooth replacement options. Read More 

Struggling With Frequent Jaw Pain? Here Are 3 Signs That You May Have A TMJ Disorder

Your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is an incredibly complex joint located at the very edges of your cheeks that allows you to freely move your jaw. It allows you to perform a variety of activities such as speaking, eating, and yawning. Unfortunately, the complexity of this joint presents a downside—muscles, bones, and membranes can all become inflamed and damaged, leading to severe jaw pain with an underlying cause that's hard to pinpoint. Read More 

Your Tooth Grinding May Be Aging You Prematurely

Most people think of grinding their teeth as a momentary nuisance. Grinding your teeth during the day or at night can leave you with a jaw ache, a headache, and potential tooth damage. Unfortunately, the last of those may also be causing unwanted effects for your entire face: you may be looking older than you really are. Here's why it happens and what you can do about it. Worn-Down Teeth Read More