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.

Sinking Your Teeth Into 3 Kinds Of Dentures: Which Works For You?

Dentures are a common replacement for missing teeth as you become much older. However, you might not know that there are three kinds of dentures. Each of these three types works a little differently, depending on how many of your own healthy, natural teeth you have left.  1. Full Dentures Full dentures are for people who have zero teeth left, or you have only a couple of reasonably healthy teeth left. Read More 

3 Things You Shouldn’t Do When Trying To Save A Tooth That Has Fallen Out

Losing a tooth can be a terrifying, painful and upsetting experience, but if it has happened to you, then you are not alone. If one of your teeth has fallen out, then you probably want to do what you can to save it. Just make sure that you avoid these common mistakes when doing so. 1. Hesitate to See a Dentist If one of your teeth has fallen out, then it's important for you to see a dentist as soon as you can. Read More 

Don’T Make These Tooth Fairy Mistakes With Your Child

For children who reach an age at which they begin to lose their baby teeth, there are few things as exciting as a visit from the Tooth Fairy. You may find that your child talks about the Tooth Fairy frequently when he or she has a wiggly tooth, and it's your job to be prepared for when the tooth comes out. Although different families take different approaches when it comes to a " Read More 

A Short Guide To Crowns

It's a good idea to learn a little bit about dental crowns, so you know whether one may be able to help you at any point in the future. The short guide here will give you some education on dental crowns. Here are some of the things you should know about them. Dental crowns are made to fit If you need a dental crown, then the dentist is going to make sure that the crown is made to fit your tooth, and your natural bite. Read More 

Health Conditions Possibly Linked To Dental Problems

While dental problems are often associated with cavities, broken teeth, and even gum disease, they can also be linked to other health conditions in different parts of your body. Although symptoms of most dental problems typically include toothache, carious teeth, and bleeding gums, you may also experience unusual symptoms outside of the mouth, such as breathing problems and a fast heart rate. Here are some health conditions that may be linked to your dental problems and what you can do about them: Read More