A Few Causes Of Gum Disease To Consider

Gum disease is one of the most common oral ailments, and you may find yourself fighting off gum disease even if you care for your gums diligently. Well, the issue has a multitude of causes outside the ones that are directly associated with oral care. Keep reading to learn about a few so you can attend to the ailment a bit better. Heredity It may seem shocking, but gum disease can have a genetic component.   Read More...

Invisalign For Teens: Is It A Good Option? How To Tell

Teenagers who need braces may be able to wear traditional braces with metal brackets and arch wires, or they can wear Invisalign for Teens. The latter is a type of invisible orthodontia that pops in and out, but still manages to realign your teen's teeth. Since most teens would prefer this option, it may be something you want to consider. However, before you tell the orthodontist to go ahead with invisible, removable, plastic braces, ask yourself the following questions.   Read More...

A Guide To Common Dental Treatments For Children Who Are Competing In Beauty Pageants For The First Time

If you've been told by many people that your child is beautiful and talented and you're aware that he or she has an outgoing, competitive personality, you might have already considered enrolling your little one in a beauty pageant. Unfortunately, being naturally attractive is rarely enough to let your child walk away with the big prize. For example, even though your son or daughter has healthy teeth and gums, their natural smile might still count against them during the contest.   Read More...

Restoring Your Smile By Understanding Your Options: Types Of Dental Crowns

Many people feel a great deal of anxiety when it comes to seeking out dental care. A large part of that anxiety comes from a fear of the unknown, and taking the time to make sure you educate yourself can alleviate it. When you're dealing with a seriously damaged tooth which requires a crown, it's important that you develop an understanding of what's in store. Below, you'll find a guide to some of the materials available for forming modern dental crowns.   Read More...

What To Do If Your Tooth Is Loose With Bleeding Gums

Gum disease often goes unnoticed until it's extremely far along in its destruction. If you have severe gum disease and you've just noticed that a tooth seems to be loose, you should read this guide. Your oral health and the future of your loose tooth could depend upon it. What it Means If your gums have been bleeding for a prolonged period of time, it probably means that you have periodontitis, an advanced form of gum disease.   Read More...