Monthly Archives: February 2014

Right Age for Dental Implants

What Is The Right Age For Dental Implants? If you think dental implants are only for senior adults, you may be wrong there. Marketing ads for tooth replacement may have featured smiling adults, but it is not a tool suitable only for them. Dental implants are suitable for almost all adults and not just senior [...]

Right Age for Dental Implants 2017-05-10T14:12:37+00:00

Pregnancy, Hormones & Oral Health

Women experience a lot physiological and emotional changes during the pregnancy which results from an increased level of hormones in the female body. These hormones regulate many aspects of the female body. Even more surprising to some is the fact that these hormonal changes can have a profound adverse effect on your oral health. [...]

Pregnancy, Hormones & Oral Health 2014-02-28T21:25:49+00:00

How to Protect Your Gums?

Good hygiene and regular dental care may reduce your risk of oral disease and disorders; you may still be at risk due to heredity. From tooth alignment to the shape of your jaws, everything is determined by your genes. […]

Hidden Consequences of Losing Teeth

Losing Teeth: Consequences and Treatment Have you ever lost any of your teeth? If yes, then you will surely understand gravity of the situation. Tooth loss is followed by grave consequences, as a person finds it difficult to smile, eat, chew, and speak. Not only it impacts your physical appearance, but your self-confidence may also [...]

Hidden Consequences of Losing Teeth 2017-05-10T14:12:37+00:00

Eating Disorder and Oral Health

Eating disorder is especially common amongst teenage girls and young women, and its effects can be life threatening. Dentists are typically the first ones to notice such disorders as self-induced vomiting has considerable effects on the condition of your teeth. […]

Dry Mouth

Dry Mouth Dry mouth is a common occurrence in most people. It is your body’s way of telling you that it needs more water and is suffering from dehydration, stress, or a reduction in the flow of saliva. The medical term used for perpetual dry mouth is Xerostomia. […]

Blood Thinners and Dental Procedures

Dental Treatment and Blood Thinners People all around the world take blood thinning drugs (antiplatelet or anticoagulant) to maintain the consistency of blood and prevent blood clotting. Chocked veins are often followed by severe consequences including heart attack, cardiac arrhythmia, and blood pressure. […]