It is movie night, and you are sharing a bowl of popcorn with your child until you realize a tiny popcorn hull is stuck between their tooth and gum. It seems harmless at first, but it is not. That little irritant has the potential to lead to a gum abscess in children, which is a serious health concern. So, what can you do about it? What measures can you take? Let's find out.
Are you done with those metal braces on your teenager's teeth affecting their smile and self-esteem? Well, we are with a solution - Invisalign! This clear aligner is a nearly invisible solution to teeth straightening that will have your child beam with confidence in no time. Take this blog as your guide to understanding what Invisalign is and why it's the perfect choice for your teenage child to straighten teeth.
You have just had a tooth extraction and were handed a piece of gauze to bite down on. You might be wondering when you stop the use of this gauze. Well, we have the answer to your question.
Dealing with a broken tooth can really blow your day. But does it mean you have to rush to an emergency room after it? Not necessarily. In this blog post, let's understand when it is an emergency and what you can do about a broken tooth in that situation.
Dental implants are truly the best way to restore your missing teeth, and with an impeccable success rate of about 98%, you can bid adieu to that unsightly smile. While dental implant infections are rare, they may cause the implant to fail and harm the surrounding jawbone. However, the good news is that you can take certain measures to minimize this risk.
Did you think getting cavities filled once will be the end of your problems? Not so much. A tooth, once through with filling, is still vulnerable to cavities. Let's discuss this further.