Tweaking Your Diet to Support Better Dental Health

Protecting your oral health is about much more than making sure you have a dazzling smile. When you keep your teeth healthy, you may also be reducing your risk of heart disease and arthritis. As the bacteria that cause plaque can cause problems elsewhere in your body, it makes sense to keep it as low as possible. Alongside maintaining regular appointments with your dentist, you should focus on tweaking your diet. Read More 

Ways to Keep Your Plaque Levels Low

Do you ever notice a fuzzy sensation when you run your tongue along your teeth? If so, what you're experiencing is plaque. Plaque is a form of bacteria that layers itself across your teeth. It produces acids, which means it can wear down your enamel and increase your risk of gum disease. Because of this, it's in your interest to keep your plaque levels low. Here are some ways you can do so. Read More 

5 Summer Smile Tips for Kids

Now that summer is here, it's more important than ever to care for your kids' oral health. Summer brings many disruptions to routine that can put the health of your children's smiles at risk, such as the long school holidays. By following these tips, you can help your kids return to school after the summer with healthy smiles. 1. Keep a Routine Try to keep your kids in the habit of brushing and flossing every day, even if you relax a little over bedtimes and getting-up times. Read More 

How to Choose a Denture Clinic

Have you lost some or all of your teeth? If you have, you need dentures to restore the missing teeth, your smile, bite, and confidence. Your first step should be finding a local denture clinic. Read on to learn more.  Clinic Reviews Modern dental clinics have a substantial online presence that enables them to communicate with their clients. A Google search will reveal the various denture clinics in your locality. Check the clinics' online reviews to determine if previous customers were happy with the dentists' work. Read More 

What Is Periodontics?

Periodontics is a field of dentistry concerned with treating conditions that affect gum tissue, periodontal ligaments and the bone tissue that surrounds teeth. If you are suffering from gum disease, a periodontist is a person that you need to see for treatment. Periodontics covers several typical areas, which this article will explain in detail below. Treatment for mild gum disease (Gingivitis) Mild gum disease, also called gingivitis, is the only form of gum disease that is reversible. Read More