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3 Important Facts About Pocket Depth Reduction

More and more people are coming to realize that the health of their gums is just as important as the health of their teeth. Yet not as many understand all of the treatment options available to help keep your gums in tip-top shape. If you would like to improve your range of knowledge about periodontal […]

What Your Tongue Has To Do With Complete Dental Care

If you don’t include your tongue when doing your daily dental hygiene, you’re not protecting yourself from tooth and gum problems. Brushing your teeth and flossing only gets rid of part of the threat to your good dental care. Here is why your tongue is an important part of taking care of your mouth everyday. […]

4 FAQs About Necrotizing Sialometaplasia

Necrotizing sialometaplasia is an inflammatory, ulcerative condition that affects the salivary glands. Here are four frequently asked questions you may have about it. What are the signs of necrotizing sialometaplasia? If you have necrotizing sialometaplasia, you will notice an ulcerative lesion inside your mouth. This lesion can occur at any of the salivary glands in […]

3 All-Natural Ways To Alleviate Gingivitis

Are you currently suffering from gingivitis? If so, giving one of these all-natural methods a try may go a long ways in helping to alleviate your symptoms.  1. Do A Sea Salt Rinse  Doing a sea salt rinse can be a very effective way of helping to treat gingivitis. Salt water works great at helping […]

Tense Teeth? How To Stop Stress From Damaging Your Mouth

You might blame stress for those fine lines and headaches. However, did you know that stress is harmful to your teeth and gums too? Here are a few tips to stop stress from damaging your mouth.   Periodontal Disease Stressed individuals are at a higher risk for periodontal disease: inflammation and infection that can ruin the […]

Implant-Supported Dentures: Care and Benefits

Unlike conventional dentures that merely rest on your gums and rely on suction to stay in place, supported dentures are attached to an implant that is surgically infused into your jaw. This gives the dentures added support, meaning that they are less likely to fall off or slip while you speak or eat. Implant-supported dentures […]

Denture Relining And Rebasing

Newly inserted dentures usually remain in place because their base closely conforms to the shape of the gums. Your new dentures should be stable as you speak or chew, and retain suction when fitted correctly. However, the shape and size of the gums and bone that support the artificial teeth will usually change over time, […]