Although it's impossible to predict the location and severity of any cavities that might develop in your mouth, it's possible to predict that you might be affected. After all, close to 100% of all adults across the world have some form of tooth decay. There are a very small number of people who will never have to deal with a cavity in their lifetime, but, statistically speaking, you're probably not one of them. [Read More]
Can Snoring Damage Your Teeth?
Snoring isn't exactly a rare occurrence. You stand a pretty good chance of doing it yourself since around half of all adults will snore in their lifetime (although some will do so more than others). But what's the big deal? Unless your snoring is a sign of a potentially serious condition known as sleep apnea, about the worst your snoring will do is wake up your partner, right? Your snoring can, in fact, cause additional issues, and can sometimes begin to affect your dental health. [Read More]
Are You Seeing The Dentist Enough? Some Warning Signs You May Need To Increase Your Visits
The dentist is an important part of everyone's regular healthcare routine, but not everyone has the same needs when it comes to the frequency of visits. Some people can stick to the standard twice a year check, while others need far more attention than that. If you are wondering whether or not you might need to be a more regular patient of your dentist, then there are signs you can look for that will tell you your oral hygiene needs more help. [Read More]
Choosing the Ideal Type of Dental Crowns for Your Needs
Ideally, you should take great care of your teeth so that they stay healthy till old age. Sadly, only a few people think of proper dental hygiene as a priority, which leads to tooth damage. Common issues that dentists have to deal with include cavities, chipped teeth and missing teeth as a result of trauma or extraction. The installation of dental crowns is a common dental procedure. A dental crown is used to cover a weak or damaged tooth. [Read More]