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Dental Hygienists: Expert Tips for Homecare

In between regular cleanings with a dental hygienist, many people wonder what they can do to clean, protect and strengthen their teeth. If you are one of the many people with questions, this blog is designed to help you keep your teeth sparkling in between professional cleanings. It shows you how to adapt professional dental hygiene methods for your home, it explores home whitening techniques, it discuses the best flossing strategies and more. If you want to protect your smile, stick around. You will love the tips, tricks and ideas about dental hygiene that you learn from this blog. Although professional cleanings are necessary, these is a lot you can do in between your appointments, and you can learn about that here. Thanks!

Dry Socket After Tooth Extraction: What Is It, and Why Should It Be Avoided?

If you injure yourself and are bleeding, you would expect the blood to quickly clot. A small laceration quickly dries, and drying is part of the clotting process. However, there are times when bleeding shouldn't dry too rapidly, and this is the case when you have a tooth extracted. The dental socket that once hosted the tooth is now empty, and it's important that you don't develop a dry socket. Read More 

Caring For Your Dental Implants: A Guide

Dental implants are some of the most recommended treatment options for missing teeth. They are typically designed to last. However, how long your dental implants last depends on your maintenance and overall oral hygiene. Generally, cleaning and flossing are the main forms of oral hygiene. However, while your dental implants may be hardly visually distinguishable from your natural teeth, they require different care techniques, particularly when it comes to cleaning and flossing. Read More 

4 Reasons to Visit Your Dentist for Dentures

If you want to maintain your natural teeth for longer, things like proper oral hygiene, regular dental checkups and a healthy diet are necessary. Unfortunately, you might be already missing some teeth or experiencing problems with your dental health. If that's the case for you, all hope is not lost thanks to dentures, which are now available to help fix such issues. Here are top reasons you should get dentures in your next dental visit: Read More 

3 Reasons to Seek Early Treatment for Gum Disease

Gum disease affects millions of people around the globe, and it is common among adults over the age of 30. Sadly, its symptoms can go unnoticed until a patient visits a dentist for an oral examination. In some cases, patients go in when it is already too late, and a dentist is forced to take radical measures to manage the condition. Therefore, patients need to see their dentist as early as possible for the following reasons. Read More 

Why Are Denture Relines So Important?

There are many reasons why your dentures can loosen, from tooth loss to gum recession to a misalignment in the jawbone. Thankfully, denture relining can be your saving grace. Denture relining adds a thin layer of plastic to the inside of your dentures to hold them in place. This makes your dentures fit more closely to your mouth, filling any spaces between the gum tissue and the denture. If you're on the fence about contacting your dental clinic for a denture relining service, here are five reasons why it's so important. Read More