Month: October 2020

How Scaling and Root Planing Protects You From Periodontal Disease

Being proactive about your oral health is a must for maintaining a life-long smile. This includes maintaining a regular schedule of brushing and flossing, in addition to attending your regularly scheduled examinations and cleanings. In the event you miss an appointment or two, the consequences could get exponentially worse, from developing cavities to even developing… Read more »

How Sleep Apnea is Affecting Your Functionality

When you are tired during the day or having trouble paying attention, you typically assume you did not get enough sleep. But what if you did? What could be the cause of your exhaustion in that case? Usually, our minds do not jump to the conclusion that maybe it is a disorder related to oral… Read more »

What Happens When You Develop Gum Disease?

Gum disease is one of the most common oral concerns for adults, though not everyone who has it knows it. Unfortunately, the longer it takes to identify and treat gum disease, the more harm it can cause to your gums and oral health by the time you do. Today, we take a look at what… Read more »

Complicated Impacts of Losing Teeth

If you lose even a single tooth, the potential impact to your smile’s appearance can be significant. In fact, this impact is what prompts many people to address the condition by replacing the lost tooth. However, some of the impacts of tooth loss aren’t visible at all at first, and many of them can have… Read more »

What to Know About Dealing with TMJ Disorder

There are some dental concerns that are easy to identify, and because of this, they’re often successfully addressed before they have the chance to lead to any significant harm. However, that isn’t always the case, and sometimes, even easy-to-control conditions like tooth decay can become severe enough to impact more of your oral health than… Read more »