Poor oral hygiene is linked to a range of disorders elsewhere in the body, including heart disease, diabetes and respiratory disease. It may even play a role in pre-term, low birth-weight babies.
Please feel free to read our articles, listed below. All information given is for educational purposes and should not be considered for use for self-diagnostic actions. Please consult a trained and qualified dental professional for any concerns or questions.
Everyone wants whiter teeth. There is a growing trend for making your teeth whiter through toothpastes, overnight kits and advertisements for teeth bleaching. How well do any of these actually work? Read More >>
The bacterial naturally found in your mouth form a sticky film called plaque. The plaque bacteria make acids using carbohydrates (sugars and starches) from foods that aren’t cleaned from y . . . Read More >>
Your teeth are with you for life and taking care of them is a life-long pursuit. To protect against unnatural decay and erosion some simply steps can be taken to ensure that your teeth last as lo . . . Read More >>
Anxiety about visiting a dental professional is normal. It is important to visit your dental professional on a regular basis to help properly care for your teeth but it is not unusual to have feelings o . . . Read More >>
Q: Can Dry Mouth Cause Dental Problems?
A: When the soft tissues of the mouth are constantly dry, they can become inflamed, painful, and more susceptible to infection. Tooth decay can develop. . .