Build Stronger Teeth

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Build Stronger Teeth

Everyone knows the basics of good dental care. Brush your teeth after every meal, floss every day, see your dentist at least twice a year. It sounds simple. But what if you still don’t have strong, healthy teeth? Weak enamel can be a genetic weakness, or it can be caused by other conditions, like Celiac disease. I’ve always had weak enamel, so I started looking into ways that I could increase the strength of my teeth, and found that dietary changes could make a big difference. I started this blog to share my experience, and to talk about other ways you can make your teeth stronger and healthier. There are lots of things that you can do to improve your dental health. You just have to find them.


How Losing One Tooth Can Become A Chain Reaction

Having a tooth pulled or even having one fall out can be quite upsetting. Unfortunately, the problems don't stop there. If you've lost a tooth and haven't had it replaced, you could be triggering a chain reaction that ultimately causes even more teeth to be lost. Read on to discover how a single lost tooth can cause the losses of multiple teeth and what you can do to stop it. Read More 

Why You May Need Extensive Dental Reconstruction

There are many serious dental problems that may need dental reconstruction to repair. Here are some examples of such dental problems: You Have Lost Multiple Teeth Losing a tooth is bad for tor the remaining teeth, since they may come out of alignment and lean towards the space created by the missing tooth. It is also bad for your jaw because it encourages deterioration of the jaw bone. Then there is also the issue of aesthetics, especially if you have lost a front tooth. Read More 

3 Facts You Should Know About Root Canal Therapy

If your dentist has told you a root canal treatment is needed, you may be worried. There are many myths surrounding root canal therapy, but it is actually a common procedure. If you aren't sure if a root canal treatment is the right choice for you, check out these three facts. It Is Not Painful Many people wince at the sound of a root canal treatment because they believe it is painful. Read More 

Don’t Neglect Your Mouth: 4 Tips For Identifying Hidden Cavities

When it comes cavities, you know about the pain that can come with them. You probably also know about the decay that can cause holes to develop. Unfortunately, those are the symptoms that show up after your tooth has already rotted, and is in need of significant dental work, including root canals. By that time, the damage is already done. However, if you pay attention to your teeth, and your mouth, you can detect cavities long before they're reached the critical stage. Read More 

After-Care For Root Canals: Three Things To Know

A root canal is a procedure that removes damaged pulp from inside of a tooth, helping you to keep your natural teeth in place. Your dentist or endodontist can perform this procedure in the office, and he or she will likely give you some after-care instructions to help ease discomfort and tend to your oral health in the days after your root canal. If you are unsure about what to expect after the procedure is complete, here are a few tips you can use to care for yourself and your teeth. Read More