Toddler Tooth Care: A Guide For Parents To Help Make Hygiene Fun

As your baby grows into a toddler, dental hygiene can become a sticking point for many parents. Teeth brushing may cause tantrums, and limiting sugar intake and restricting things like juice and soda becomes more difficult. While tooth care for toddlers may not always come without a fight, there are some things parents can do to end the tears and resistance, helping to cement a habit that will be an asset for oral health for a lifetime. Read More 

5 Tips For Getting A Root Canal While Pregnant

Pregnancy can be a difficult time for your oral hygiene. Even with regular brushing and flossing, you may experience inflammation of the gums and tooth decay. Some women experience more serious symptoms including infections in or around their teeth. If you experience an infection in the roots of your tooth or if you experience nerve death, you may have to get a root canal while you are still pregnant. In general, necessary dental procedures during pregnancy are considered safe, but there are a few things that you should be aware of if you are undergoing a more in-depth procedure such as a root canal. Read More 

Having The Perfect Smile For Your Wedding: 3 Cosmetic Dental Treatments You Can Do Just A Week Before The Wedding

Most brides and grooms spend months to plan and prepare for their wedding. It's not unusual for the brides and grooms to make changes to their physical appearance in order to look their best. If you've always wanted to have a picture perfect smile for your wedding, there are many cosmetic dental treatments that can help. While you won't have enough time to get braces, which need to be worn an average of 18 months to three years, to straighten your teeth, these 3 cosmetic dental treatments require almost no recovery time and can make a world of a difference. Read More 

How To Choose Between Dentures And Dental Implants

Dentures and dental implants are the two most common replacement options for people with missing teeth. If you have one or more missing teeth, you may be wondering which of these options are right for you. Here is a comparison of dentures and dental implants to help you make the best decision for your needs. Appearance For most people, restoring the natural appearance of their smile is just as important as returning the functionality of missing teeth. Read More 

3 Natural Remedies for Relieving Your Discomfort after Having Dental Implant Posts Inserted

If you have recently had dental implant posts inserted, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to relieve the small amount of swelling and discomfort you may be experiencing after the procedure. If so, use one or all of the following natural home remedies using ingredients you can find in the natural health departments of pharmacies, department stores and supermarkets. Rinse Your Mouth with Peppermint Oil and Sea Salt Water Read More