How To Keep Your Gums Healthy If You Have Arthritis In Your Hands

Having arthritis in your hands can make everything harder in your daily life, including maintaining your oral hygiene. Nonetheless, it's important to make sure that your gums are kept healthy, even if it's difficult for you to pinch floss between your fingers or to maneuver your hands to floss between your teeth. If you're struggling with maintaining the health of your gums due to arthritis, read this guide to learn how you can make it easier. Read More 

What Type Of Braces Should You Get As An Adult

If you are unhappy with uneven or crooked teeth, and you've always felt super self conscious about them, then it is time you did something about them. Luckily, the large and clunky braces of your childhood are no longer the only option. You might have memories of classmates with large, obvious brace, but that's no longer an issue you need to be concerned about. There are multiple types of braces you can use. Read More 

5 Tips for Helping Your Kids Avoid Cavities

Kids have a higher risk of developing cavities than adults. They tend to eat more sugary treats and may be less diligent about their oral hygiene. It's up to you as a parent to help your children maintain healthy teeth and gums. Here are five helpful tips for helping your kids avoid cavities: Never Skip Dental Checkups There may come a time when your children beg you to skip their dental appointments. Read More 

Denture Breath? Try These Simple Solutions

Have you noticed that friends and loved ones move away from you when you open your mouth? Maybe you've even noticed your own stinky breath when you talk and breathe with your mouth open. Denture breath can be quite a nuisance, and most every denture wearer suffers from it from time to time. Thankfully, there are some ways you can get rid of this smelly breath — both in the short term and in the long term. Read More 

Dealing With Painful Cavities

If you are having painful issues with one or more of your teeth and you think that it could be a cavity, then you'll want to get in to see your dentist as soon as you can. However, you may not be able to get an appointment right away. If this is the case, you have two options. You can go to an emergency dentist or you can find ways of dealing with the cavity until you can get in to see your own dentist. Read More