Speech, Eating, And Tooth Care: How They Change After Dental Implants

Dental implants have become a favored — if not the favored — tooth replacement option. They generally last for as long as a patient lives, and they look just like natural teeth. But even knowing these things, most patients are still slightly apprehensive about having dental implants put into place. This apprehension comes from uncertainty as to how their speech, eating, and tooth care needs will change after getting implants. This article seeks to put that uncertainty to rest. Read More 

Protect Your Teeth: How To Maintain Healthy Teeth During The Holidays

The holiday season is finally here. If you haven't taken steps to plan for your dental health, now's the time to do that. The occurrence of cavities and dental injuries tend to increase during the holidays. Unfortunately, that increases the need for emergency dental care. Luckily, there are some things you can do to protect your teeth, and the teeth of your family members. Here are some simple steps you can take to maintain healthy teeth during the holidays, and beyond. Read More 

Low Calorie Dieting Effects On Oral Health

If you are following a low-calorie diet, you will need to visit your dentist's office on a regular basis for check-ups and cleanings. While physicians and dentists recommend that people only follow low-calorie diets under the supervision of their doctors, many people do not follow these recommendations. In addition to raising the risk for weakness, fatigue, headaches, and hair loss, consuming too few calories on a daily basis can lead to problems with your teeth and gums. Read More