Aftercare for Tooth Extractions: What You Need to Know

Getting a tooth extracted is sometimes a necessary part of maintaining your oral health. A tooth that is badly decayed can become infected and negatively impact the surrounding teeth and soft tissues of your mouth. In other cases, your dentist may have to remove a tooth to resolve severe crowding issues. Whatever the reason is necessitating the extraction,

Aging and Dental Health

Aging and Dental Health

Your oral health has a significant impact on your quality of life and has a key role in how comfortably you can smile, speak and eat. As you get older, the responsibilities that come with taking care of your dental health do not go away. In fact, it may become more important than ever to focus on your dental health because your mouth will change as you age.

How to Overcome Your Dental Phobia!

How to Overcome Your Dental Phobia!

Do you feel a tightening in your chest, a tingling in your arms, or feelings of dread when you think about going to the dentist? You’re not alone! 20 percent of people will avoid the dentist because of their fears and will only go when necessary. Understanding and acknowledging your fear is an important part of managing your condition as well as your dental health.