Dealing With Severe Dental Decay from Smoking? Why Dentures May Be Best

If smoking has destroyed your teeth, and your dentist thinks several of your teeth have to be pulled because they are infected and destroyed, you may want to see a denturist. If you are having a majority of your teeth removed, partial or full dentures may be the best option. The severity of the damage to your teeth and gum tissue and the number of teeth that are being pulled will affect whether dentures are a good fit for you. Read More 

2 Ways to Reduce New Denture Discomfort

If all of your teeth are in poor health, then your dentist may suggest to remove all your teeth. Dentures are often used to replace missing teeth, and this may be a good option for you. However, individuals sometimes find it difficult to get used to the dentures. Pain and soreness are common when the false teeth are first used. To learn about some ways to reduce this discomfort, keep reading. Read More 

TMJ: Diagnosis And Treatment

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder or TMJ may affect up to 10 million Americans in the United States. Some people may suffer from this condition without realizing it. If you have pain in the jaw joint and the muscles that control your jaw, you may be a sufferer. If so, you need to understand the symptoms and the possible treatments for TMJ. Symptoms In additional to jaw pain that often occurs when you open your mouth wide, you may also suffer from headaches and earaches. Read More 

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