How Are Receding Gums Treated?

Receding gums are a serious problem. When the gums pull back and expose tooth roots it can cause sensitivity and possible tooth loss. Receding gums can be easily treated by some simple changes: – Good oral hygiene will help control gum disease (the main cause of...

Replace Missing Teeth with an Implant-Supported Bridge

While a traditional bridge is supported by the surrounding teeth, an implant-supported bridge is attached to dental implants fixed into the jaw. This method is generally preferred by dentists for restorative work to replace a single tooth or several teeth in a row....

Can My Jaw Feel Tight From TMJ Disorder?

The jaw is a complex system of muscles and there can be times when you are experiencing chronic pain. One cause could be temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. If a dentist has ruled out issues with your teeth, this illness could be the culprit. What else do you need...

Speaking with Dentists About Mouthguards for Children

In terms of protecting the teeth of children when playing sports, there is perhaps no better option that a custom-made mouthguard. As opposed to their generic counterparts, these bespoke options offer a number of highlights. Why should you speak with your dentist...

Tips for Children’s Dental Visit

Quite often, a parent communicates dental anxiety to the child. Therefore, it is important to teach children from an early age not to fear the dentist’s office. There are several ways to teach children not to be afraid — and to help them look forward to having...