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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!

Preparing for a Family Dentist Visit

Visiting the dentist as a family can be an intimidating experience, especially for young children. However, with proper preparation, you can make your family dentist visit a smooth and positive one. This post will guide you through simple yet effective ways to prepare for your next family dentist appointment. Set the Right Expectations One of the key aspects of preparing for a family dentist visit is setting the right expectations. Children, in particular, might have anxieties and fears about visiting the dentist. Read More 

A Positive Experience: Visiting a Children’s Dentist

As parents, you all want your children to have a healthy set of teeth and gums. Maintaining good oral hygiene practices and regular checkups are essential for good dental health. For numerous parents, the prospect of taking their children to the dentist can be an overwhelming experience, particularly when it's their first visit. However, taking your child to a children's dentist can make a significant difference in their experience and their attitude towards dental visits. Read More 

Oral Health And Dental Care When You’re Bulimic

If you suffer from bulimia, you may not be aware of the damage frequent vomiting can do to your teeth and gums. Each time you vomit, your teeth and gums are exposed to stomach acid, which is highly corrosive. Some people suffering from bulimia avoid visiting the dentist for check-ups, as they don't want their dentist to know about their eating disorder. However, dentists are used to seeing patients with all sorts of medical conditions, including eating disorders, and are there to help you have the best oral health possible without passing judgement. Read More 

4 Ways to Manage Dental Abscess Pain at Home

Dental abscesses are caused by bacterial infections, and they occur when a collection of pus forms inside the teeth, gums or even in the jawbone that holds your teeth in place. You should see a dentist as soon as possible if you develop one since they will not go away on their own and can lead to more widespread infections. Your dentist will usually treat the problem by prescribing antibiotics, removing the infected tissue or draining the pus, though a root canal may sometimes be necessary. Read More 

How Technology Can Help When Getting Implant Dentures

For many people, dental implants are the best solution for a missing tooth or teeth. They look and feel natural and can even improve the strength of your bite. But implant dentures may certainly be the best option when multiple teeth are missing. And luckily, today's technology has made implant dentures more reliable and less invasive than ever before. So what type of technology can dentists use to make implant dentures successful? Read More