Food and Teeth

3 Ways To Stain Your Teeth

3 Ways To Stain Your TeethPerfectly white teeth are impossible, at least in nature. That’s why it looks a little unnatural when someone whitens their teeth to the point where they practically outshine the rest of their face. But while a perfect white looks weird, the off-white of natural enamel is still widely considered an attractive and healthy color, certainly more so than yellow or dark brown.

Tooth Sensitivity – Ouch!

Tooth Sensitivity – Ouch! Do you have to wait until your coffee is room temperature before you can drink it? Does the thought of ice cream give you goosebumps? Speaking from experience, I would be willing to bet that you are suffering from sensitive teeth. You may hear about sensitive teeth in commercials or see an advertisement in passing, but how much do you really know about the condition? Learn more so that you may talk to your dentist about the next steps.

Has Your Baby Seen The Dentist Yet?

Has Your Baby Seen The Dentist Yet?We all should know just how important it is to see the dentist with you are an adult. Our dental professionals are one of your most crucial defenses against plaque, oral infections, teeth misalignment and can even spot the warning signs for a few serious diseases. However, most adults do not realize that babies and small children need to see their dentist too.

What Should You Do If You Think You Cracked A Tooth?

What Should You Do If You Think You Cracked A Tooth?If you are eating a snack, and all of a sudden you bite down on something harder than expected, and you hear a crack, you may have just cracked a tooth. Or if you get hit in the mouth and you feel pain in a tooth, you may have just cracked one of your teeth. This situation usually arises unexpectedly, and you may not know what to do. Here’s a guide to help you with your next steps.

Choosing The Right Mouthguard

Choosing The Right MouthguardIf you grind your teeth in your sleep, your doctor may recommend a mouthguard for you to wear at night. This will help protect the surface of your teeth from any further damage. It is impossible to tell your body to stop doing something while you are asleep, so a mouth guard is the best protection you can get. It’s better to prevent any further damage now, instead of having to pay for costly fixes later.