How bacteria-fighting 3-D-printed teeth could affect dentistry
A new technique could create replacement teeth that resist tooth decay.
Dry Mouth: Is It Sneaking Past Your Radar?
A dental epidemic is brewing, and it's called Xerostomia, or "Dry Mouth". It sounds innocuous enough, and perhaps that is why many people affected by the problem fail to treat it, or...
Consumer Guide to Dentistry
A comprehensive guide to oral and dental hygiene, with information on Dental Health.
Tips on Keeping Kids’ Teeth Healthy
0 Flares 0 Flares × As a mom, there are certain phrases that you say, over and over again. Go wash your hands. Get your elbows off the table…go brush your teeth! While I never seem to worry about elbows on the table until we are out at a restaurant, brushing teeth is something that has been a concern to me since my girls seemed to have more holes than teeth – they were so cute I’ve developed a few tips and tricks along the way, so here’s a few on how you can get your kids into great dental habits! 1. Start early and be consistent. It may seem nonsensical to brush a baby’s gums. No teeth, right? While I get it (I had this thought more than once with a squirming…
Pregnancy and Teeth: 3 Dental Health Tips You Weren’t Expecting
Back pain, morning sickness, fatigue, hunger — it’s hard to know exactly what to expect when you’re expecting. Your teeth may seem secondary to other symptoms, but they matter more than you realize. Here are 3 common pregnancy and teeth FAQ, answered: 1. Why do my gums and teeth hurt during pregnancy? Your hormones aren’t the only …
The Top 10 Orthodontic Facts
www.drgluck.com/ The Top 10 Orthodontic Facts – Gluck Orthodontics – Orthodontist Nashville 1. Orthodontic Fact #1 Almost 25% of patients that wore br...
How to Handle Children's Dental Emergencies
No matter what type of emergency your little one has, a good rule of thumb is to call your Long Island pediatric dentist as soon as you can...
Follow These 10 Common Dental Habits To Prevent Cavities & Get Healthy Teeth
Tooth decay is a common dental problem which occurs because of lack of oral hygiene, but there are common habits that can prevent cavities, read on.
How Serious is Periodontal Disease?
Nov. 22, 2017 If you’ve been diagnosed with gingivitis, a mild form of gum disease, you want to be sure it doesn’t progress into full-blown periodontal disease. Periodontitis is a more serious gum infection that damages the soft tissue in your gums and destroys the bone structure that supports your teeth. Periodontal disease can eventually cause teeth to loosen or even fall out The good news is that periodontal disease, for the most part, is preventable. It’s most commonly caused by poor oral hygiene; following a good daily oral health regimen is the best way to avoid the pitfalls of periodontitis. Brush twice a day, floss once a day, use a good mouthwash, and get regular dental checkups to reduce your chance of developing periodontal disease. If you have swollen gums that are…
6 Tips for Whitening Your Teeth
Don't blow your budget on a professional teeth whitening procedure before checking out this list of do-it-yourself tooth whitening strategies. They'll save you money while promoting the health of your pearly whites.