What Those White Or Brown Colored Spots On Your Teeth Mean

When a dentist sees spots on your teeth, the color of them is a clue as to what the cause is. If you see spots, they may be white or brown. If so, below are what each of these colors mean, as well as the treatment options you have. White Spots If you have white spots on your teeth, it can be due to fluorosis and you have likely had them since you were a child. Read More 

Smoking And Success Rates: How Cigarettes Impact Your Dental Implants.

Dental implants are a popular solution for replacing a missing tooth or missing teeth. However, smoking can negatively impact the outcome of your dental implant procedure. Naturally, you may crave cigarettes during the healing process. You might assume that the occasional smoke break is fine, but this is not the case. Read on to learn more about the risks associated with smoking after your implant procedure. Smoking Can Irritate Oral Tissue Read More 

6 Great Ways To Keep Your Teeth Sparkling White

Advances in professional whitening treatments have made it easy for people to achieve a white and beautiful smile. However, if you want to keep your teeth white for a long time, you must practice good oral hygiene habits at home and avoid foods that can stain your teeth. Here are six great ways to keep your teeth sparkling white: Be Careful With Dark-Colored Foods And Beverages There are certain foods and beverages that can darken your teeth and make them appear yellow. Read More 

How To Make Your Jaw More Comfortable For Your Next Dentist Visit

If you have temporomandibular joint disorder, arthritis, or another problem that makes it difficult for you to open your mouth, you might dread visiting the dentist. However, your next dentist appointment doesn't have to be painful or uncomfortable. Try these tips before you go to the dentist next to loosen up your jaw. Massage Massaging your jaw and neck can potentially help your jaw to be more flexible, or at least less painful when you open wide. Read More 

Dental Implants May Still Be Possible Even If You Have Diabetes

If you have diabetes, then you know that your condition can be a contraindication for many medical procedures—including dental implants. However, due to improving medical technologies and therapies, you may have a chance to proceed with this option if you have missing teeth. Why did dental implants typically fail for those with diabetes anyway? In the past, dental implants could fail in diabetic patients due to osseointegration issues, meaning that the surrounding bone and tissues would be too weak to support the implant. Read More