Let’s first make sure we’re talking about the same thing. As the name indicates, the crown of the tooth is the top part of the tooth, it protects the root … read more
10 Bad Habits That Can Damage Teeth
Developing good dental care habits are mission critical when it comes to the health of your teeth and gums. In some cases, ending bad habits are equally important. Let’s take … read more
5 Types of Dental Cosmetic Procedures
Gone are the days where going to the dentist was only something that was done out of medical necessity. Now people go to the dentist to beautify themselves as part … read more
What happens if I don’t treat an infected tooth?
In the age of homeopathic remedies and less-than-comprehensive insurance packages, it may be tempting to ignore your toothache away. But if you have a seriously infected tooth, it can lead … read more
Do’s and Don’ts after a Tooth Extraction
While the concept of tooth extraction may sound scary, it’s a painless removal of a tooth, along with its roots, with minimal impact to the gums and tooth socket surrounding … read more
Does Frequent Marijuana Smoking Lead to Gum Disease?
Do you enjoy a little weed before you attend a concert, in the evening while watching TV or as a little something to relax before going to sleep? Do you … read more
The Importance of Healthy Gums
If you spend a lot of time brushing and polishing your teeth, you may think that you’re a dental hygiene superstar. But the real question is: What is the state … read more
The Dangers of Dental Jewelry
If you’re raising a teenager or if you’re around teenagers, you’ll likely see a lot of body embellishments, including pierced ears, lips, tongues, eyebrows and navels. People of all ages … read more
Is Sparkling Water Bad for Your Teeth?
This may surprise you, but sparkling water, seemingly a smart health-conscious beverage choice, is more acidic than fruit juice, wine and vinegar. The bubbles in sparkling water, with the same … read more
Poor Dental Hygiene and Liver Disease
Good dental habits have been shown to improve overall health. For liver disease patients, taking care of one’s teeth and gums may be a critical factor in managing this potentially … read more
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