This guide will help you to understand some of the many ways you can avoid injury, damage and other problems to your teeth. Review the information here and do your best to make any necessary changes to your lifestyle to prevent problems: Don't play sports unprotected It doesn't matter if you are involved in a type of sport that requires a protective dental guard or not, if there is any chance of your mouth taking a blow, then you should make your own decision to wear one anyway. [Read More]
Three Reasons Why Your Dental Implant Broke
Dental implants have such a high rate of success that they've become the first line of treatment for people who have lost teeth to disease or trauma. However, it's also important to recognize that sometimes implants do fail. One issue that comes up in rare cases is implants will sometimes develop cracks or break completely. Here are three reasons why this may occur and what can be done to prevent them. [Read More]
Why Gums Bleed And What You Can Do About This
Healthy gums do not bleed, which is why you should let your dentist know if you are experiencing any bleeding with your gums, even if it only happens occasionally. When gums bleed, it typically means there is something wrong with them. Your dentist can help you find the problem that is causing this and may be able to give you tips to help your gums become healthier. Why gums bleed [Read More]
Can A Dentist Help You To Breathe Better In Your Sleep?
If you've been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you know how dangerous the disorder can be. Sleep apnea can prevent you from breathing while you're asleep, cutting you off from the oxygen you desperately need. Surprisingly, a visit to a dentist might be able to help you with this disorder. This guide will explain more about how sleep apnea interrupts your breathing and what a dentist can do to help. How Sleep Apnea Prevents Breathing [Read More]