3 Ways To Avoid Problems When Taking Care Of Your Dentures

If you keep having problems with your dentures, it could be related to the way you're caring for them. Without proper care, your dentures can develop a build-up of bacteria and germs. They can even stretch out or break.  Here are three ways to protect your dentures and keep them in good condition. Treat Them with TLC Your dentures are durable enough to withstand daily wear and tear. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean they're indestructible. Read More 

3 Bad Habits To Avoid When Drinking Alcohol For The Sake Of Your Teeth

Having an alcoholic beverage here or there will not necessarily harm your teeth, but some of the habits you engage in while drinking can. If you enjoy a cocktail now and again, then just make sure you don't practice any of the following bad habits when you are drinking that can turn an occasional relaxing treat into a path to more frequent cavity fillings. 1. Smoking If you never smoke other than when you are having alcoholic drinks, then you may think that a cigarette or two a couple of days out of the week can't hurt you. Read More 

Should You Get Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures are a good option if you are only missing a few teeth. The teeth for the dentures are attached to a plastic or metal frame that is removable. If you are unsure whether or not partial dentures are for you, here are some pros and cons to factor into your decision. Advantages Partial dentures are considered to be a less invasive measure for replacing missing teeth than dental implant surgery. Read More 

Dispelling Common Misconceptions About Dental Veneers

There are many different types of cosmetic dental procedures that you can undergo, but veneers are among the more common. However, there is a good chance that you are not particularly informed about veneers if you have only recently started to consider undergoing this procedure. It should not be surprising that you may believe some misinformation about veneers, and learning the realities behind these misconceptions will help you to have a better understanding about this cosmetic procedure. Read More 

Caring For Your Baby’s Teeth 101

As a new parent there are several things to worry about. Is your baby eating enough? Are they getting enough sleep? Do they cry too much? Are they healthy? But when your child reaches a few months old, you start to get the hang of things. They get on a sleep schedule. You can better tell when they're hungry. And you aren't going to the doctor every other day because you think something might be wrong. Read More