Archive for March, 2017
Oral irrigators, or water picks, are becoming more common as a way to clean the spaces in between teeth. A water pick is a hand held device that works by gently aiming a stream of water at your teeth. This water cleans food particles from the surface of your teeth. Water picks have been […]
Myths about tooth decay are abundant. Watch this weeks video to get the facts!
Malocclusions are the abnormal alignment of the upper and lower teeth. This may result in teeth that look protruded, crowded, or unevenly spaced. Alternatively, some people with malocclusions may appear to have straight teeth, but the upper and lower teeth do not fit together properly. Teeth that are abnormally aligned are harder to clean, […]
Did you know, sometimes, dentists recommend some patients take antibiotics as a preventative measure during dental exams? Watch this week’s Your Dental Health to find out more.
It is very important to try to prevent decay of your child’s primary teeth. As soon as teeth appear in the mouth, decay can occur. One of the risk factors for this “baby bottle tooth decay” is frequent and prolonged exposure of a baby’s teeth to liquids containing sugar. These liquids could include milk, breast […]