1. How Can Parents Deal with Children’s Dental Anxiety?

    If you want your children to have good dental habits, it’s important that we, as parents, make every dentist visit easy and comfortable for them. If your children are afraid of the dentist, it’s only normal for them to feel apprehensive. But if you want to ease this discomfort sooner, you have to do something about it. Luckily, there are simple yet effective ways to do so.     Choose…Read More

  2. How to Enjoy the National Ice Cream Month Without the Pain of Tooth Sensitivity?

    Wouldn’t it be sad if you can’t enjoy eating ice cream just because your teeth are just too sensitive? If you’re a victim of this, you’re not alone. This is a normal occurrence. Luckily, there is something that we can do about this. To reduce sensitivities, follow these tips:     Don’t Brush Too Hard Make a habit of brushing your teeth gently. This is because hard brushing can …Read More

  3. Wheatgrass and oral health

    While natural methods of oral care have been around since time immemorial, the spotlight is back on some of these products today. And one such rising star would be the magical mouthwash formula that is wheatgrass juice, whose advantages in the area of dental health are multi-fold! Prevents dental cavities Wheatgrass is an excellent source of chlorophyll, a chemo-protein that destroys harmful bact…Read More

  4. The Link Between Vitamin Deficiencies and Dental Problems

    There are a number of reasons why someone would have dental problems and smoking, drinking, eating sweets, and having poor hygiene are only some of these reasons. Although these problems are quite common, especially for kids, it would still be better to avoid them altogether. However, did you know that lack of vitamins, or vitamin deficiency, can also cause dental problems? Read the list below to …Read More

  5. The Health Dangers of Gum Disease

    Gum disease, albeit quite common, should not be taken as lightly as most people do. It doesn’t happen quite often, and not too many people are aware of it, but gum diseases can actually affect other parts of the body, consequently leading to, or at the very least related with, other problems. Effect of Gum Disease on the Lungs The gums and the lungs are almost connected, seeing as whatever comes…Read More

  6. What are Dental Crowns and Tooth Bridges?

    A dental bridge is what you need if you have a missing tooth. Your missing tooth can lead to an unwanted gap, which is a troublesome cosmetic problem. This may also lead to discomfort when chewing and other issues. It’s made up of at least two crowns, on each side of the gap, and false tooth/teeth in between. These crowns are called “abutment teeth”. On the other hand, false teeth are called…Read More

  7. Tips for Switching Dentists When You Move

    When you change residences, you do not only change your address, but you also have to adapt to the new environment where you will be living. One of the factors to be considered is finding a new dentist to ensure the protection of your dental care. Utilizing every resource possible will surely help in choosing the dentist within your standards. These are some guidelines that you must consider when …Read More

  8. How to Find a New Dentist

    When moving to another place, one would usually feel a mix of feelings. There’s this feeling of excitement to a new home and to the idea of gaining new set of friends, but there’s also a tinge of anxiety due to the fear of the unknown, and that includes the daunting task of finding a new and good dentist. Questions like “Is my new dentist as good as the previous one I had?” or “Does he c…Read More

  9. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

    Tooth decay damages the outer surface of a tooth caused by a bacteria called plaque. If ignored, the plaque builds up and turns into tartar, which produces acids that cause caries and gum diseases. In a survey conducted by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, tooth decay is still the most widespread chronic diseases in children although it can be largely prevented if treated…Read More

  10. Root Canal

    How to Prepare for your Root Canal Treatment

    You may have been told by your dentist that you will need a root canal treatment or are scheduled for one. Root canal treatment is performed on a tooth that has infection in the soft, interior tissues. It is a procedure that has many similarities to standard restoration like dental crowns or fillings. It involves removing the nerve as well as the pulp, and the inside parts of the tooth will be cle…Read More