Dental Health for Seniors

As you grow older, it’s important to maintain your dental health. Making sure your teeth and mouth are healthy makes it more likely that you will keep your teeth well into your old age, but dentistry studies also show that it helps prevent other problems such as cardiovascular disease. If your teeth remain healthy, you’ll…

Common Causes of Toothaches

Toothaches are one of the most common problems in dentistry. They can result from numerous causes. Some toothaches are easily treated, while others indicate serious conditions that require complex treatment. You should be aware of the various causes of toothache so you’ll know when it is best to visit your dentist for immediate treatment. Causes…

A Rise in Cavities among Toddlers

Cavities in toddlers can create serious problems, and are one of the rising occurrences in today’s dentistry. Decay in young children can lead to major issues with the permanent teeth, including severe misalignment and impacted teeth. Fortunately, there are many ways to keep your child from experiencing extensive tooth decay. Causes of Tooth Decay in…

Custom Night Guards to Treat Bruxism

Bruxism is a term that describes grinding of the teeth and clenching of the jaw, usually during sleep. While almost every person grinds their teeth minimally during sleep, severe bruxism can lead to long-term problems, including breaking teeth, tooth loss, receding gum lines, or the development of bony ridges in the mouth. Your dentist can…