Month: June 2020

Could Chronic Bad Breath Be a Warning?

Brushing your teeth when you wake up in the morning is a natural habit for most people, and it’s important to your oral health for many different reasons. The point is to remove the bacteria that have accumulated on your teeth, gums, tongue, and oral tissues throughout the night, and eliminating the common “morning breath”… Read more »

Have You Lost a Tooth? Consider a Dental Implant Crown

Your smile is more than what you see on the surface, and when you lose a tooth, the loss can have more implications than you realize at first. For example, in addition to the loss of the tooth’s visible portion, called the crown, the missing root within your jawbone structure can have long-lasting impacts on… Read more »

What Could Losing a Tooth Lead To?

Many people who experience tooth loss realize that it’s a big deal for their oral health. That’s because many of the consequences are obvious, including the impact of the loss on your smile’s appearance and its effect on how your remaining teeth feel when you bite and chew. However, there are more consequences to tooth… Read more »

Why Good Hygiene Doesn’t Always Prevent Dental Concerns

Sticking to a good dental hygiene routine is important to keeping your smile healthy, and many people recognize its importance. However, even when they brush their teeth twice and floss at least once every day, many people still experience the development of dental health concerns. The most common of these include tooth decay and gum… Read more »