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]

2 Mouthpiece Tips To Prevent Jaw Joint Stress During Dives

Posted on: 26 April 2017

Diving can be a fun and exciting experience for your whole family but it can also result in discomfort if you are not careful. Even if you do not dive often, you still may experience some sort of jaw joint stress. The stress is usually based on the way that you wear your mouthpiece and what kind of mouthpiece you decide to wear. While feeling some tension every once in a while may not be a big deal repeated pain may be a sign of jaw joint stress. [Read More]

Braces After 30? 3 Reasons Why You Might Be A Good Candidate For Adult Orthodontics

Posted on: 24 April 2017

People often associate orthodontics with teenagers, yet many adults struggle throughout their life with the discomfort and embarrassment of crooked or misaligned teeth. Today, more adults are getting orthodontic treatment than ever before, and you can benefit from exploring how new advances in technology have made getting braces as an adult far different from the bulky metal appliances that you saw as a kid. As you assess your smile in the mirror, consider these three possible reasons why you may benefit from adult orthodontics. [Read More]