5 Tips For Protecting Your Toddler’s Teeth Against Sugary Foods

Rewarding your toddler with cookies, pastries, and other sweets are good ways to balance out the not so popular foods like vegetables. However, sugar foods can wreak havoc on teeth that are not properly taken care of. It is a good idea to address this problem with your toddler at a young age to avoid encountering this problem in adulthood. Luckily, there are a few tips you can use to ensure that your toddler's teeth are protected against sugary foods. Read More 

Dealing With A Gap? 2 Cosmetic Dentistry Solutions That Don’t Involve Braces

Do you hate staring at that unsightly gap between your two front teeth? In addition to making your smile look disjointed, that gap might also be a magnet for food grime and may create a whistling noise when you talk. If you can't stand the idea of full-blown adult braces, you might be tempted to live with your imperfection forever. Fortunately, your dentist might be able to offer these two solutions that don't involve braces: Read More 

9 Dental Implant Facts That Might Surprise You

The popularity of dental procedures using some type of implant has grown steadily over the past decade. Patients enjoy the fact that most dental implants provide long lasting replacements for missing or damaged teeth, while looking and feeling much like the natural teeth they replace. If you are considering having this type of procedure performed in the future, the following toothy trivia will give you some fun facts that you can use to quiz your family and friends, or maybe even your dentist. Read More 

Tooth Damaging Drug Addictions

Drug use is running rampant in this country. People both young and old have had their lives, bodies and teeth destroyed because of drug addiction. When the drug use begins, nobody ever thinks about the long-term consequences that will be paid because of the first time use. Below, you will learn about drug abuse and how it damages and causes many addicts to lose their teeth at a young age. Read More 

3 Medications That Can Cause Teeth Staining

Most people know that smoking, drinking coffee, and eating acidic food can cause teeth staining, but were you aware that medication can cause it as well? Here are three medications that may be causing unexpected teeth staining, and cosmetic dentistry procedures to correct the problem. Antihistamines People that have allergies can depend on antihistamines to give them relief. However, the drug may be detrimental to the color of your teeth. Antihistamines can actually cause your teeth to become discolored because the medication inhibits your production of saliva. Read More