3 Dental Issues That Can Occur In Early Childhood

Posted on: 16 June 2017

Your child's teeth can be affected by a number of things, even before teeth come in as an infant. There are a number of dental issues that can affect your child in their early stages, some of which can be prevented. See below for some dental issues to look out for in your child and what things you may be able to do to help. 1. Baby Bottle Tooth Decay [Read More]

Three Oral Health Problems To Watch Out For When You Have Diabetes

Posted on: 5 May 2017

With proper care and attention to your diet, you can live a long, healthy life in spite of your diabetes. However, there are still certain health problems to which you'll be more prone as a diabetic. Among these problems are a few dental health issues. Here's a look. Dry Mouth As a diabetic, your saliva production is likely to be less than that of the average person. Your mouth may often feel dry and cottony. [Read More]

Give Your Mouth All The Attention It Deserves

Posted on: 5 May 2017

The more pride you take in caring for your entire mouth, the better off your teeth will be. This article will give you a lot of advice on proper oral hygiene. Some of the things listed here you may already know and others may come as a surprise to you. There are three important things to keep in mind with regards to teeth brushing 1: You really need to make sure you use the right toothbrush for your own needs. [Read More]

2 Tips To Ease Inflammation If Your Child Suffers A Tooth Squeeze Following A Dive

Posted on: 26 April 2017

Diving with your child can be a fun way to teach them about the plants and other living species below the surface of the water. It can also be an overall fun and exciting activity for them to learn how to do at a young age. However, if they dive with any kind of cavity that is not properly covered by a crown or filling, then they may end up resurfacing with a tooth squeeze. [Read More]