What To Expect From Braces

Having a dental misalignment can negatively affect your oral health by limiting your ability to clean your teeth thoroughly through regular brushing and flossing, especially when crowding is involved. When there is too little space in the mouth to accommodate the number and size of the teeth that are present, the teeth may align in a crowded manner. In some instances, the space in the mouth may be so restrictive that the teeth are arranged in a double row in some areas of the palate. Read More 

Effects Tobacco Has On Your Oral Health

If you use any type of tobacco product, you probably already know the effects it can have on your health, but are you aware of the risks this poses to your oral health? Tobacco products can affect a person's oral health in many ways, and here are some of the effects the use of tobacco has on your teeth and mouth. It causes a reduction in blood flow to your mouth Read More 

Having Veneers Placed To Improved Your Smile

If you have problems with your teeth that can impact your overall appearance, it can be important to have these issues treated as quickly as possible. Sadly, patients will frequently fail to undergo basic cosmetic dental procedures due to assuming that the disruption from these treatments can be too extensive to make it worth it. What Is Recovering From Having Veneers Placed On Your Teeth Like? Dental veneers can be among the more popular of the cosmetic dental procedures. Read More 

Things You Should Consider If You’re Opting For Invisible Braces

If you've been thinking about correcting your smile, you may be considering invisible braces, like Invisalign, so that you don't have the visible change to your teeth while they are being adjusted. Invisible braces are an effective and viable solution, but there are some things that you should know as you make the decision. Here are a couple of things to consider to ensure that they fit your lifestyle. They Are Relatively Pain-Free Read More 

Digestive Problems Caused By Ill-Fitting Dentures

Not only can ill-fitting dentures lead to pain and soft tissue damage inside your mouth, they can also lead to digestive problems. If you develop stomach problems, make an appointment with your physician. If he or she is unable to determine the source of your symptoms, a visit to your dentist may be in order. Your dentist will perform an oral examination and will check your dentures for proper fit. If he or she finds that your dentures do not fit properly, they may need to be relined by the dental lab. Read More