3 Tips For Keeping Your Baby’s Gums And Teeth Healthy

When it comes to good oral health, it is a good idea to start a good hygiene routine with your child at a very young age. In fact, good oral hygiene can begin before a baby even has his or her first tooth. Use the following tips to keep your child's teeth and gums healthy: Clean Mouth Regularly Even before your baby even has teeth, it is a good idea to get in the habit of cleaning his or her gums after each feeding. Read More 

Three TMJ Treatments Your Dentist Can Provide

Temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJ, is a painful and often misunderstood and misdiagnosed problem. Most patients who finally receive the correct diagnosis are relieved to know what it is, but at a loss for how to treat it. It cannot be cured without extensive surgery to the facial bones, muscles, and skull, and even that is not a guarantee. Instead, you might want to try one of the following three TMJ treatments, provided courtesy of your friendly neighborhood dentist. Read More 

Top At-Home Methods For Whitening Your Teeth

Taking the time to whiten your teeth will give you an attractive smile that is sure to boost your confidence. There are a few methods that you can use right in the comfort of your own home. Some of these options may even surprise you.  Activated Charcoal Purchase a set of activated charcoal capsules online, or from your local department store. Wet your toothbrush before pouring the contents of the capsule over the bristles. Read More 

Will Porcelain Veneers Work For Your Dental Problem?

If you have certain dental issues, you may be able to have veneers put on your teeth to treat the condition. Veneers are like porcelain coverings, and they have a natural look to them. The veneers will be made to fit your teeth, give them a natural appearance and work as your natural teeth would against your other teeth. If you think veneers sound like a good option, you can learn about some of the types of dental problems they can help with in this article. Read More 

Q&A For New Parents About Pediatric Dental Health

Now that you are a parent, you are probably already concerned about the dental needs of your baby. Even though a baby is usually born without any erupted teeth, the teeth that lie beneath those cute little gums can still be affected by the dental care that your child receives before his or her teeth present. If you are new to parenting, you may have questions about your baby's oral health. Read More