Month: November 2020

How Your Daytime Fatigue Could Be Tied To Your Oral Health

Nothing is more irritating than waking up after a full night’s rest and being exhausted. Going throughout the day fatigued and even dozing off during regular activities such as work or school not only hinders your functionality, but your ability to be present and actively engaged as well. While it may not be the first… Read more »

How Can You Tell if You Have Bruxism?

When some people catch themselves grinding their teeth, they may wonder if it means they have bruxism. Other people may grind their teeth constantly, yet not realize that it’s a problem or know what bruxism even means. The problem with bruxism is that it isn’t always obvious to patients who have it, even if they… Read more »

Could You Tell if You Had TMJ Disorder

Common oral health problems, like tooth decay and gum disease, typically begin the same way for most patients. Both are caused by the excessive buildup of oral bacteria, or dental plaque and tartar, on your teeth and along your gum line. In each case, certain types of bacteria produce harmful substances that attack your teeth… Read more »

Why Tooth Loss Matters in the Long Run

  Healthy, natural adult teeth can typically last for life with the right level of care and maintenance. Unfortunately, tooth loss remains a problem for a large number of adults, and it can become a significant concern for many different reasons. Today, we examine why tooth loss matters to your smile and oral health in… Read more »