Three Causes Of Halitosis And How Your Dentist Can Help

Posted on: 18 March 2015

Halitosis is the medical term for chronic bad breath. If you constantly brush, rinse and gargle but your breath still smells like a garbage disposal run afoul, then there might be other issues of which you are not aware. A dentist can diagnose and treat, or at least refer you to a doctor who can treat, these lesser known causes of bad breath. Sinus Infections Many people suffer from very mild sinus infections; some are so mild that they do not know they have them.
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5 Things To Know About Your Dentures

Posted on: 26 February 2015

If you must receive dentures from your dentist because you have missing teeth, then you need to know how to care for them. The only way to know how to care for them is to become more understanding of the facts that surround them. This is why you should know these five things about dentures that will help you to care for them in the right way: Overnight Soaking Kills 99.
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An Understanding Of Dental Implant Bone Grafting

Posted on: 17 February 2015

Perhaps you've decided to use dental implants to replace your missing teeth instead of having dentures, but you're not quite sure what this would involve. Well, the answer is that it all depends on how healthy the bone is that decides where the implants will be inserted. If your jawbone is not healthy, and has been eroded by infection, previous tooth extraction or gum disease, then you'll require the jawbone to be built up to securely hold your implants.
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Dental Myths And Facts: What You Should Know

Posted on: 18 December 2014

When it comes to your oral healthcare, you may not pay as much attention as you should. After all, most people take the health of their teeth and gums for granted until a major problem arises. In fact, of all of the areas of healthcare, people seem to be inclined to skip trips to the dentist more than any other appointment type. However, there are several myths and misconceptions that people have regarding dental care that can be extremely detrimental to their oral health and even overall health.
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