I neglected my teeth for years, and after a root canal and several fillings to repair the damage I did, I decided to become serious about dental health. I made a pledge to visit the dentist every six-months and brush three times a day. While these were all good changes I made, I did make one bad decision and bought a "stiff" toothbrush. I also brushed much harder than I should have, and I learned at my next check-up that I was being too aggressive with my teeth. My dentist told me I had to start brushing more gently with a soft toothbrush, as I was causing my gums to recede by being so rough. I created this blog to encourage others to take great care of their teeth, but also remind them that good care means being gentle on your teeth and not brushing too hard.
Even at a very early age, children need to have their teeth professionally looked at and potentially treated for problems. That's the job of a pediatric dentist. If you're new to this field of dentistry, these steps will make it a lot easier to prepare your child for the services they're about to be exposed to.
Ensure the Child Is Happy with Dentist Selection
You are in total control over this pediatric dentistry service, especially when it comes to choosing a particular dentist. [Read More]
Many people suffer from teeth that are not perfectly aligned. The misalignment can cause sufferers to feel self-conscious and unsure about their appearance. Additionally, a dental misalignment can make it difficult to chew properly.
People with crooked teeth frequently know that braces can help correct their dental misalignment. However, they may be uncomfortable about the look of a metal appliance in the mouth. Nevertheless, there are orthodontic options available to straighten the teeth while remaining practically invisible in the mouth. [Read More]